reason redrum to sequencer processing issues

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im having problems when i do the above. I will spend ages equing/compressing.... to various drum hits getting them all how i want them to sound and sound together and then when i copy pattern to track some hits will sound completely different. Anybody know if there is some kind of setting or something that is causing this?

any help is much appreciated
 
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Have you turned the enable pattern sequence button off on the redrum program, because otherwise the sequencer and the red rum play at the same time
 
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So when you play them in the redrum they fine - but when copy to track they sound different?

hmm cant think what would do that.
Maybe youve got some automation on velocity or something - or groove set on that track?
Check the sequencer for any automation - try soloing the drums. take off groove settings.

Attach your midi keyboard to a different device ( i had a keyboard that kept changing the eq type on dr rex - i know was wierd) - see if that is doing anything odd.
 

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Maybe you should flip your rack (hotkey is tab) and see if you got everything all wired up proper. Do you have a separate redrum for each element of your drums? Or is it all in one redrum. Cause you can wire up a comp or eq to each element in your redrum separately, just flip the rack around.
 

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Turn off your pattern sequencer. Write everything in your track.
I am assuming you are running both at the same time witch will cause a phase effect.
 

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Maybe you should flip your rack (hotkey is tab) and see if you got everything all wired up proper. Do you have a separate redrum for each element of your drums? Or is it all in one redrum. Cause you can wire up a comp or eq to each element in your redrum separately, just flip the rack around.
i had seperate channels running to seperate devices

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Turn off your pattern sequencer. Write everything in your track.
I am assuming you are running both at the same time witch will cause a phase effect.
it was with just the sequencer playing the run command on redrum was switched off

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So when you play them in the redrum they fine - but when copy to track they sound different?

hmm cant think what would do that.
Maybe youve got some automation on velocity or something - or groove set on that track?
Check the sequencer for any automation - try soloing the drums. take off groove settings.

Attach your midi keyboard to a different device ( i had a keyboard that kept changing the eq type on dr rex - i know was wierd) - see if that is doing anything odd.
this solved the problem, thanks a lot. Didnt have anything else open at the time as i was just starting with drums but once i opened up a subtractor put the midi onto that and then played it, problem solved :)
 

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no worries buddy.
thought i was going mad when it happened to me - weird settings kept changing.
got a new keyboard for me birthday the other month anyway so all is good 4 me. :)
laterz
 
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