Changes to the Level knobs are not recorded into a sequencer
This is because no controller is generated by the DrumStation's /
D-Station's individual Level knobs for this purpose. The DrumStation
and D-station will respond to Controller 7 (Volume) but this will alter
the total level of all drum sounds simultaneously. The way to do it is
to adjust the velocities of the individual notes themselves in your
sequencer. For this reason it is popular to have one drum sound per
track on the sequencer as this make velocity adjustments easy.
Knob movements cannot be recorded into a sequencer
Most sequencers feature the ability to "Re-map" the MIDI Channel. Check
that the playback channel of the track on the sequencer corresponds to
the RX channel of the DrumStation /...
There is no audio coming from input 2.
Input 2 will either be the Jack on the front, or the red Phono on the back of the unit.
The Jack is used to Instrument (e.g. guitar or bass) or Mic level inputs.
The Phono is used for Line...