DRUMLAB/Logic Pro — Recoding a (written) MIDI track to audio: What's going wrong?

Kirtland Peterson
Kirtland Peterson Member Posts: 26 Member

Aloha from O'ahu,


I'm working with a multi-timbral instrument, NI's DRUMLAB.


A DRUMLAB's groove plays beautifully in Logic Pro.


But... how to record each track to audio? I cannot bounce as there's nothing written in multi-timbral tracks: they're just playing.


If I send from a MIDI track to a BUS, then use that BUS as the input for a new AUDIO track...


... it sometimes works...


... and sometimes doesn't...


I sent the KICK to Bus 18 and used Bus 18 as the input to an Audio track and recorded the kick.


I sent the SNARE to Bus 17 and used Bus 17 as the input for an Audio track and... can't get any sound into the audio track.


The two set-ups in the same project are exactly the same.


Can anyone help?


By all means refer me to How To Record Multi-timbral Instruments recourses... I can't seem to find any!


Mahalo!


Cat

Best Answer

  • Uwe303
    Uwe303 Moderator Posts: 2,900 mod
    Answer ✓

    Hello,

    can't you just solo the instruments within drum lab and bounce it one by one? I know a bit tedious but that should work.

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  • Uwe303
    Uwe303 Moderator Posts: 2,900 mod
    Answer ✓

    Hello,

    can't you just solo the instruments within drum lab and bounce it one by one? I know a bit tedious but that should work.

  • Kirtland Peterson
    Kirtland Peterson Member Posts: 26 Member

    Aloha e Ewe,

    Thanks!

    Great workaround.

    Mahalo!

    Cat

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