Record MIDI

One of the benefits to using Sensory Percussion to control samplers in a DAW is that you can record the MIDI of your performance and change the samples later.

To record MIDI from Sensory Percussion, first map all of the parameters you will be recording to channels and controllers in your DAW (see MIDI Panel) and then just record the MIDI performance just like you would if you were using a MIDI keyboard or drum pads.

Make sure the MIDI input in your DAW matches the MIDI out in Sensory Percussion, and that the MIDI channels in Sensory Percussion correspond to MIDI channels in your DAW.

Last Updated: 2/25/2019, 7:24:21 AM