When the sample pack is unzipped the 'Rights' folder contains a WAV file only. Double-click this file and your audio interface should recognize the WAV file. Click the OK button and you should be listening to your custom e-drum kit play back.
Several different type of kits are available in the e-drum kits category. From beginner kits (many kits are included with the pack, while others are available in Addictive Drums 2 ) to the high end advanced e-drum kits. I will start with a simple beginner template.
Start recording. The track name will be the name you give your kit when you add it to the track. Don't change the name at this time. Play the track and listen for any clicks or strange artifacts, as these will be audible during playback. Look for the KiSwap button in the left-hand panel - if it is red, it means the sample is not mapped correctly to your kit. If you click on the KiSwap button while on the track name (and not on the drum kit name), it will bring in your e-drum map settings. When you're happy with the map, click the KiSwap button again to save your settings. It will be blue (normal) for when it works correctly.
The way the 24 drum kits play together in the Ableton engine makes it effortless to map each sample to different keys. If you’re looking to add the sounds of over a dozen Ableton I-series drum kits, it’s easier than ever before.
Ableton’s in-depth editing abilities make it a dream for anyone with a little music production experience. Whether you’re looking for drums, bass, guitars, piano or vocals, the Live 9 drum insert gives you all 24 top quality professional drum samples in one place. 7211a4ac4a