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Old 2011-03-16, 05:49
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Rdk update for record

okay here's my issue RDK doesn't integrate well with record. with RDK we should have the ability to output and mix each drum sound individually and to program, save, and change whole kits on the fly, while maintaining their output assignments to the ssl mix channels. but this is not the case now, JB made available templates that route the combinator outputs to individual mix channels but once you start recording you can change the whole kit, because you'll have to redo the external routing, plus his method copies and pastes which over-writes any previous performances, so in order to change the drum kit you'll have to change each individual sample inside the combinator. so the solution should be this 1. have a RDK 2 NN-XT version with each kit as separate patches with individual output routings and 2. have record be able to recognized multiple output patches and not only auto-route the output to mix channels but to maintain the channel routings as you change each RDK NN-XT patch. this would greatly improve the process of working with RDK in record.

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