By default, all rows in a Step Sequencer clip are assigned to the track’s output port, which could be a hardware MIDI port, a software instrument, or a drum map.If you re-assign rows to different output ports, the Step Sequencer will automatically assign the rows to a new drum map.The following diagram illustrates how the Drum Editor in the Piano Roll view, the Step Sequencer and the Drum Map Properties dialog box are all interconnected when using a drum map.A. Note Name B. Notes C. Mute, Solo, Velocity and Velocity Multiplier are separate for the drum map and step sequencerA change made in the Drum Map Manager dialog box will affect the Step Sequencer and vice versa.
1. Click a row’s Select button to show all controls for the selected row.
2. Click the Output control and select Open Drum Map Manager from the drop-down menu.The Map Properties dialog box appears.
3. Clicking on another row in the Step Sequencer window will update the Map Properties to display information for the new row.
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