1. Go Tools > Drum Map Editor.
2. When the editor opens, click on New.
3. Enter the drum name and device name
for the map you’re going to create.
4. Find out the note numbers or notes that
correspond to specific drum sounds, e.g.,
from the drum instrument’s help file. Then,
click on the Insert Key button to start the
process of assigning drum names to notes.
5. Insert as many keys as needed, then
enter the drum names for particular notes
based on the info from Step 4. Delete any
notes you’re not using by highlighting the
drum sound and clicking on the X (“Delete
Key”) button, which is circled in yellow for
clarity. When you’re done, click on OK.
6. To use a drum map with a MIDI track,
click on the track’s program button, then
go Drum Maps > Select Drum Map. When
the Track Properties window appears, click
the check box for the desired drum map.
7. When you enable in-line MIDI editing for
the MIDI track, the drum names show up in
-In Steps 4 and 5, check “Show as key number” to see drum sounds as MIDI
note numbers instead of MIDI note names.
-In Step 7, to enable in-line editing click on the track to select it, then type
“G.” Type “G” again to disable.