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If you go to the folder that contains the MIDI file, you will see that all of the MIDI files that were downloaded from Toontrack are listed and organized by the EZ Drummer file. I went into the MIDI file, opened up the song, and changed the song pitch. I saved that song and it appeared in the list as a song in the database, and it appears in the list of songs in the EZ Drummer window.
Instead of sending me back to the main page, Dave recommends the following. Find and open the MIDI file you downloaded, then open up a new tab and then go to the folder containing the MIDI file that you downloaded. In the MIDI file, click on the MIDI Editor menu item (By clicking on MIDI Editor, the MIDI file will be opened in a separate window and you will be able to see and edit it.
SOLVED!!! I finally figured it out. In the product manager software when you click on the drum controllers you can see the MIDI files that you have downloaded. You can move them around by clicking on the import to export button. That will bring up a box where you can see all the files that you have downloaded. You can then drag the MIDI files into the MIDI Editor panel to send them back to the main window. If you use the MIDI Editor in the main window, the MIDI files will be listed in the database. You can change their pitch and tempo to your liking. When you are done you just export the MIDI file. It will appear in the list of songs in EZ Drummer, and you will be able to play it.
Yes, a midi sequencer is required. You can download one by way of iTunes as well as from the Mac App Store. You can also use the play list within Toontrack Product Manager to browse the contents of the disk image.
I have the same issue, so I installed the EZdrummer Pro to get around it. I created a directory called MIDI files in my Toontrack product manager and added all the midi files I have in the same directory as the EZdrummer Pro. I would think that it would recognize midi files created with plugins such as EZdrummer Pro or by running other drum machines.
I'm a drummer myself, so I've used the MIDI files to test how they can be used. I don't know if it's possible to create a workable drum kit with those files, but they do seem to be very useful for quickly creating a small drum set. I'll let you know as I find out more.
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