In this screencast, I’ll teach you my workflow for adding multi-out drums in Logic Pro X using Addictive Drums, Superior Drummer, as well as Logic Pro X’s Drummer using the producer packs.

Routing your individual drum tracks to individual channels allows you to take advantage of your own dynamic processing, such as your favorite third party plugins like a compressor, equalizer, or reverb. This will allow you to shape your sound without limitations. In this example, I am using this on drums, however the concept applies to any plugin that supports multiple channel outputs.

Also, I should mention that this technique will work with any Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) of choice, however the exact instructions may be different. Please reference your DAW's user guide or manual regarding Multiple Channel Routing.

Please watch the video below to see how I route the drums in Logic Pro X my DAW of choice.

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