Hi, I have developed a simple drum map editor for Cubase.
It is available for MacOS and Windows.
Supports .csv import and export for editing in other software (e.g. Excel).
Multiple simultaneous software launches are possible.
And sample drum maps are available for download.
Addictive Drum 1/2
Steven Slate Drums 4
All Naitive Instruments drums
All sound sources are set to play the same articulations on the same notes.
Hi and welcome to the forum,
What is the advantage comparison to Cubase’s editor?
The editing functions themselves are not that different.
The recommended use is to support conversion of csv files so you can edit them in your favorite csv editor or spreadsheet software.
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Thanks for building the tool
For what it’s worth there isn’t any need to build Drum Maps for BFD. It seems to be the only non-Steinberg VSTi that supports the
Create Drummap from Instrument feature.
Thanks for letting me know. However, it appears that my account is not authorized to post links yet. I will try later.
I didn’t know BFD had such a useful feature. I hope other Instruments will support it too!
It’s a capability Steinberg put in the VST spec, but hardly anyone implements it. Wish more did.
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I see, I will read the other posts. Thanks a lot.
This looks useful, certainly the csv part. Thanks. I’ll have to try it.
Wow. Didn’t even know there was that possibility for 3rd party VSTs. Now I’m annoyed they aren’t doing it.
The sample drum map had some problems, so I replaced it with a new one.