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Mixosaurus expert drums.
Old 19th November 2009
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Mixosaurus expert drums.

I need some advice using this software. If anyone has experience with it I could do with some advice.
I have previously been using BFD for my drums programming. I would open 'BFD all' so when I kit was loaded up using Cubase 5, I would see a channel every part of the kit, eg. Kick In, Kick Out, Tom1, 2 ,3, Snare Top, Snare Bottom, hi Hat etc etc.
When I go the same in Mixosaurus *(16 out), I only get one VST channel showing in Cubase 5 Mixer and not seperate channels for each part of the kit. Can anyone shed some light on this.

The Reason I ask is because I want to add compression to the raw kick drum. But i can't do this as it's a VST channel and affects all the parts of the kit with the same process. Do I need to open Mixosaurus 8 times or so to get 8 parts of a drum kick isolation from one another?
Why is it different to FXpansions BFD? Am I doing something wrong?

Any Help is appreciated.

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