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nightbreaker33
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2021 8:03 am 
 

I noticed there weren't many tutorials on youtube on how to do cymball chokes on EZ Drummer because if you export your drums as midi from Guitar Pro and have some parts played as chokes, EZ Drummer doesn't recognize them and instead plays them and leaves them echo (as you can see from the beginning of the video).

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pyratebastard
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2021 3:02 pm 
 

nightbreaker33 wrote:
I noticed there weren't many tutorials on youtube on how to do cymball chokes on EZ Drummer because if you export your drums as midi from Guitar Pro and have some parts played as chokes, EZ Drummer doesn't recognize them and instead plays them and leaves them echo (as you can see from the beginning of the video).

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Nice! I didn't know if anybody else did this (write on GP and export to EZD) except for me, haha. It seems like there are probably much, much easier ways to do it, but I'm stubborn about learning new things lol
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nightbreaker33
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 01, 2022 3:16 pm 
 

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. Nice! I didn't know if anybody else did this (write on GP and export to EZD) except for me, haha. It seems like there are probably much, much easier ways to do it, but I'm stubborn about learning new things lol


It's the easiest way to do so if you don't want to rehearse playing the drums on your midi keyboard. I believe the midi export is the easiest way however the only negative is that ez drummer doesn't recognize tempo changes and the volume of cymbal.

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