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Drums on sx3

I have not got a midi key board how do i put a drum track down without one, i can get the Lm7 up but now im stuck. thanks

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EZ Drummer is an awesome tool I use to record the drum tracks to my Cubebase...The basic model itself is worth the purchase, and the EZX add-ons are innexpensive as well. Check your local music store and let their PC experts guide you. Good luck;)

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Hi!

You can put the drums manually with the drum editor. To do that, place the left and right selectors (the blue zone you can loop), I mean select an area first. Then, double-click in the area, on the track you want to make the drums. A midi segment will appear on the time-line. Double-click this segment, and it will take you in a drum editor. It's easy to edit, you will get to know it fast.

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