Battery 3

afranks

Logician
I'm fairly new to computer based recording (until recently I used a BR 900), so any advise would be welcomed.

I have Battery 3 and load the samples into Ultrabeat. I viewed a YouTube video from SFLogicNinja on using the hyper editor for writing drum beats. I can do this with the EXS24 kits, but I don't understand how to load Battery's kits into the EXS24.

Thanks

Al Franks
 

peterlemer

Logician
you don't need EXS24, Battery is its own sample player - just put it in the Audio Instrument slot and bring it into your Arrange page.

peter
 

afranks

Logician
Thanks for the reply.

Only....Battery doesn't appear in the list. I just down loaded a free Kontact player that does show up, but Battery never has. Both have folders that are on my Applications list.

Should I try to move Battery to a different folder?

Thanks,

Al
 

peterlemer

Logician
hmm ... do you know how to run AUManager? I'm away for the next week and probably haven';t time to fire up my Logic to tell you exactly how to find it.
This will tell you if you have the right plugin installed and if logic has verified it - whether or not Logic can load it.
 

afranks

Logician
Thanks:thmbup:

I looked up AU Manager in the Help and it brought up file that showed Battery was not validated. A double click later, and Battery is up and running in Logic.

Again, many thanks,

Al
 

jonebay

New Member
Most Native Instruments plugs have generic parameter numbers until you map them to a device.If you map a parameter to a device,the name of the mapped parameter shows up in this list along with the assignment number.I haven't checked Battery 3,but that's how it's done with Kontakt.Thanks.
 
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