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    Can anyone here with the knowledge of this help me. I am trying to send each drum in my ez drummer to it's own dedicated track. Could someone walk me through this process. I am able to use it in a stereo track, but i want control over each drum part on it's own individual track. I know it is fairly simple but it is driving me nuts. Any help is greatly appreciated.-Shaun
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    Are you using ESX in Logic or trying to load in some other sampler ?
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    I did a video a while back which showed you how to do this in Logic 8. Here it is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d51NFoX4ze8 It's a fairly long video so if you don't want to watch the whole thing just head over to 3:30 and thats where I talk about putting the drums on individual tracks.

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