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Multiple VST drums in Cubase

To wrap up my short series of videos looking at various aspects of drums in Cubase, I’ve tried to draw together some of the ideas I’ve covered, (such as drum maps and multiple outputs for VST instruments), in the video below.  It looks at how I constructed the drum part for my song “Flames In The Fire” by taking what was originally a single MIDI part and splitting the voicings across three separate VST drum kits – the Nashville and Twisted kits for Toontrack’s EZDrummer, plus Cubase’s own Groove Agent One for some percussion – then mixing the multiple outputs together to give the impression of a single performance on this virtual, composite kit.

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