How to Replace Drums with ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2
If you are looking for a way to replace your drum recordings with high-quality samples, you might want to check out ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2. This is a stand-alone software that can analyze your drum tracks and generate MIDI data that can be used to trigger any virtual drum instrument of your choice.
ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 works with both Mac and Windows platforms, and supports a variety of MIDI templates, including EZ Drummer, Superior, BFD, Addictive Drums, and General MIDI. You can also create your own custom templates to match your preferred drum sounds.
The process of using ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 is simple and intuitive. You just need to load your drum audio files (mono or stereo, WAV or AIFF) into the software, and then adjust the threshold and filter settings to detect the drum hits accurately. You can also edit the detected hits manually, by adding, deleting, moving, or changing their velocity.
Once you are happy with the results, you can export the MIDI data as a file and import it into your DAW project. You can then assign any virtual drum instrument to play back the MIDI data, and tweak the sounds as you wish.
ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 is a powerful and versatile tool that can help you improve your drum recordings with ease. Whether you want to fix a bad drum sound, enhance a good one, or create a completely new one, ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 can help you achieve your goals.
A Step-by-Step Guide to Using ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2
In this section, we will show you how to use ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 to replace your drum tracks with EZ Drummer samples. You can follow the same steps for other virtual drum instruments, as long as you choose the right MIDI template.
Launch ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 and click on Add Input to browse and load your drum audio files. You can load multiple files at once, but make sure they are aligned and have the same length.
For each input file, select the corresponding drum type from the MIDI Template drop-down menu. For example, if you have a snare track, select Snare from the EZ Drummer template.
Click on the input file name to view its waveform in the upper panel. Adjust the Threshold and Filter settings to optimize the hit detection. You can also use the Part tool to select different sections of the track and apply different settings for each part.
Click on Detect to start the analysis process. You will see vertical lines on top of the waveform indicating the detected hits. You can zoom in and out using the mouse wheel or the slider at the bottom of the panel.
If you need to edit the detected hits manually, you can use the Edit tool to add, delete, move, or change the velocity of individual hits. You can also use the Select tool to select multiple hits and apply changes to them at once.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 for each input file until you are satisfied with the results.
Click on Export MIDI to save the generated MIDI data as a file. You can choose to export all inputs as one file or separate files.
Import the MIDI file (s) into your DAW project and assign EZ Drummer or any other virtual drum instrument to play back the MIDI data. You can then tweak the sounds as you wish.
Congratulations! You have successfully replaced your drum tracks with ToonTrack DrumTracker 1.0.2 and EZ Drummer samples. Enjoy your new drum sounds! 0efd9a6b88