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Have scoured the downloadable manual for the ATOM and worryingly can't find any reference to being able to edit the note that pads trigger. Or to be able to edit any of the pad banks and save custom banks. As I use a specific pad bank setup (Xpress Pads technique), if I can't create custom pad banks, the ATOM's not going to be for me.

I imagine this will also impact those people who want to setup pad banks for specific scales etc...

Would love to find out I'm wrong about this - perhaps Presonus are working on a pad bank editor software?
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by andreasrethwisch on Thu Nov 15, 2018 6:56 pm
This also concerns me. Without this feature, my interest drops to zero as some of my software pretty much needs me to be able to do this.
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by themuzic on Fri Nov 16, 2018 2:51 am
Excuse me for not understanding completely. But are you talking about the touch of the pads themselves or the pads and the sounds they trigger in Impact?

I am going to be doing a video series on the Atom so I want to make sure I understand.

Thanx in advance.

johnny
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by andreasrethwisch on Fri Nov 16, 2018 12:28 pm
Personally I want to know about using the pads outside of impact.
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by neilzaza on Tue Dec 04, 2018 12:43 pm
I need to know this exact same thing! I am using Superior Drummer 3 and would like to construct my kits/placement on my Atom. Yes, I can change the MIDI note number in SD, but then if I change a kit it won't play back correctly with the MIDI information recorded. I know there is no editor for Atom, so I wonder how to change the MIDI note that a pad is sending. Is this even possible?

Thanks!

Neil
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by ratsgym on Tue Dec 25, 2018 7:18 pm
neilzaza wroteI need to know this exact same thing! I am using Superior Drummer 3 and would like to construct my kits/placement on my Atom. Yes, I can change the MIDI note number in SD, but then if I change a kit it won't play back correctly with the MIDI information recorded. I know there is no editor for Atom, so I wonder how to change the MIDI note that a pad is sending. Is this even possible?

Thanks!

Have you found out how to use the atom on superior drummer
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by Munarheim on Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:53 pm
" being able to edit the note that pads Trigger"
I have the same question. I have read the manual but can't find any Information about how to Change the note the pad will Trigger. Or did I miss something?
For example I want to use the pad outside of Impact and use it with East West Stormdrum. Would be nice to be able to make some own Presets for Atom. Anybody has a solution for that?
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by neilzaza on Sun Dec 30, 2018 1:32 pm
You can easily use Atom with Superior Drummer (or any other program for that matter), but as I see it now, there is no way to edit the MIDI Notes that come out of the Atom. Bummer...

Neil
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by dereksucharda on Mon Jan 07, 2019 6:10 pm
I see where this thread has kind of died with no real answers. "The Muzic" has made several good videos and I see where he has expressed interest in this thread, I hope he responds with a link to a video that answers these questions as he has done in the past.

My question is "is it possible to assign certain sounds in a kit to a different pad from that which the default. For example if in one kit the kick is on pad 7 and on another kit the kick is on pad 5 can I set it up where anytime in the future, if I open that kit the kick will always be on pad 1. i want my fingers to have a predictable place to go for the kick, snare, open high hat, closed high hat, etc....

Not sure if this is the same question others are asking or not. Thanks.
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by Jemusic on Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:53 pm
Create the pad setups you want and save them as user presets. When you load your user presets everything will come back the way you saved them.

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by dirkschroeter on Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:49 am
I also miss the function to change the mide note value for the 16 pads in atom. When in "Keyboard Mode" it should be possible to change each pad to a note value that fits to an instrument other than impact XT.
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by heinzhupfer on Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:04 am
HI:)

In Cakewalk there are Drum Maps where you can assign incomin notes to other notes on different VSTs1

For Studio One the only way to do this is:

The Chorder Note FX plugin can be a drum re-mapper. There's no presets for that use case but it can change the pitch of notes to any other note, if you set it up that way.


Greetz:)
Bassman.
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by ionian on Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:31 am
This is what I'm trying to figure out and I can't seem to get a straight answer.

I want to change the specific notes the ATOM plays on each pad. According to the manual it says Pad 1 = C, Pad 2 = C#, Pad 3 = D, Pad 4 = D#, etc.

I'm using BFD3. I want to change the notes the ATOM plays, I DON'T want to use a different keymap because it's no good since the midi notes will be different and will slow me down while editing since they're not the standard drum notes (C is Kick, D is snare, F# is closed hat, etc.)

So I want to change pad 1 = C (Kick), Pad 2 = D (Snare), Pad 3 = E (Rimshot), Pad 4 = F (Drag) etc. Is this possible? If not, then I'll pass on the ATOM. I've been using the Maudio trigger finger for this for ages (which does allow you to program what pad plays what note). I was hoping to move to the ATOM just because it's tightly integrated with Studio One, which I use, but if the ATOM is incapable of doing this very basic feature, there's no reason to move on from the trigger finger.

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by ionian on Mon Feb 18, 2019 11:48 am
Lol guess that's my answer

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by reggie1979beatz on Mon Feb 18, 2019 12:57 pm
It's frustrating for sure. I don't know how to do it. It does many things well but this seems to not be one them.

Studio One 4.x, Win 10, I4770K (no OC), 16GB, RME Babyface Pro and tons of plugs. Also Faderport 2018 and Atom.

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