CREATING CUBASE DRUM MAP

You can create Cubase Drum Map with names of XV Rhythm keys assigned to notes using  XVEditPro's built-in Cubase Drum Map editor.  Cubase Drum Map editor can be accessed in Rhythm or Performance Mode.

In RHYTHM Mode:

To create map select Rhythm and click button.

Click to receive all Rhythm's keys.

When all keys are received click to open Rhythm Parameter Mix window and select "Create Cubase Drum Map" form File menu.

In PERFORMANCE Mode:

Select Performance and click button

Then select part with assigned Rhythm: 

Click to receive all Rhythm keys:

When all keys are received click to open Rhythm Parameter Mix window and select "Create Cubase Drum Map" form File menu.

 

XVEditPro's built-in Cubase Drum Map editor can create drum maps in 3 different formats:

Roland XV Rhythm contains 88 keys so you can use whatever format is convenient for you. As you may notice In/Out Notes in the map are off by one octave. For example: note A0 in Roland XV  is equal to A-1 on Cubase. This is not a mistake. Roland and Cubase just named them in different way.

You can edit drum sound names, midi channel, output and velocity levels. 

There is an option to change multiple note Midi Channel or output at once:

 

Since Cubase midi setup (Setup MME) introduces map to midi interfaces, selecting output in  XVEditPro's built-in Cubase Drum Map editor is done by selecting number 0 to 12 where output "0" corresponds to a first/ most top interface in Cubase.

In Performance mode, if you use Rhythms in more than one part you can use option "Use Parts On Midi Channels" to change drum sound names to key names from Rhythms assigned to those parts. If you want to use this option, make sure that those Rhythms are also "received".

 

You can audit/play key notes by clicking on fields shown above.