Re: Drum Notation - BIAB 2021 Release
Not sure about Real Charts......I do all Midi rendering in Melodyne Studio which can do much more manipulation that just Midi rendering. Everything is relative to workflow......even though BIAB has some very good drum recordings, being able to bring BIAB into Melodyne Studio and render to Midi and assign new drum samples gives the greatest creative flexibility where the final drum editing can sound not only better but more highly customized for the song production/mix....but Melodyne Studio is pricey at $849
Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2020 11:32 PM
Subject: Re: [Band-In-A-Box] Drum Notation - BIAB 2021 Release
Not sure what you mean by 'called transients.' I know what they are, but that is not what I am referring to. What I mean by 'simultaneous' hit is that if a snare and kick or snare and hat hit at the same moment in time, then Regroover doesn't do a very good job of separating them out. Bleed in multi tracks is a little different as track to track the bleed will be lower than the actual recorded performance of the mic on the instrument of interest. So snare bleed on a kick track can be gated or dealt with in various ways. But with the mixed drums such as RealDrums it is different.
I'd still like to know whether or not the RealCharts 'drum notation' is something that within BIAB can be rendered as MIDI.
On Sunday, November 29, 2020, 10:41:59 PM PST, Media Production <media_production@...> wrote:
Ya its called transients and a good plugin for that is Isotope Elements 9......even with the best natural drum recording in the studio...there is always going to be bleed from the drum mics—the best solution is to convert the wav files to MIDI using Melodyne 5 Studio and retrigger new ONE SHOT high quality wav drum samples---I personally love and use XLN Audio Addictive Drums--- once your drum mapping is done inside Addictive drums you can easily assign individual outputs to your DAW and set up drum bus.
Thanks for the tip. I have it too but the problem is that it still carries the ambience and simultaneous hits across to the drum you are trying to separate.
On Sunday, November 29, 2020, 5:32:25 PM PST, Media Production <media_production@...> wrote:
as a workaround to separate BIAB drums into separate stems I use Accusonus Regroover 3rd party plugin in my DAW—dragging BIAB drum wav file into Accusonus Regroover
Something I guess I'm going to have to keep on wishing for is individual tracks for the RealDrum kits. I'd like to be able to process kick, snare, hats, toms, overheads and room separately.
With that in mind I'm wondering if the RealCharts 'drum notation' means something that can be translated to a MIDI file within the program so that you could export it and generate a version with a drum VSTi.
If someone know, please reply.
On Sunday, November 29, 2020, 6:25:30 AM PST, Roy Robinson via groupsio <robinson_yh2@...> wrote:
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