1. What is a Multiple Output?
Multi-Outs make the processing of each drum signal more flexible, DAWs handle multi-out plugins in various ways. To properly use the multi-out functionality in your DAW you might have to create extra AUX tracks and/or use the dedicated multi-out option.
Sending an Instrument through its individual out will remove it from the master processing of your plug-in, so please be aware, that Mix-Preset, Reverb, Saturate, Maximize, and of course Master Volume will not affect drums routed to their individual outs.
Think of each channel of your plug-in as the input from a drum microphone. So If you, for example, mute the Kick channel in the mixer, you might still hear the Kick on the Overhead and Room channels.
Multiple Output supported ujam plug-ins are the Virtual Drummer 2 Series, Beatmaker 2 Series, and the Virtual Guitarist Carbon.
2. How to route multi-outs to my DAW?
Learn how to use multiple outputs in Studio One 5 with Beatmaker DOPE:
- Beatmaker 2 Dope in Pro Tools:
- Virtual Drummer 2 in Logic Pro:
- Virtual Drummer 2 in Ableton Live:
-Virtual Drummer 2 in FL Studio 20:
3. How to group individual outputs into one single channel?
The Beatmaker output routes are fixed to the channels and it depends on your DAW how to deal with it. Please have a look at our demonstration videos:
-Beatmaker DOPE 2 in Studio One 4:
-Beatmaker DOPE 2 in FL Studio 20
Learn how to group Individual Outputs in Studio One 5 with your Beatmaker: