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Since Cubase 8.5, you can show the MIDI Note Length even in the Drum Editor. That means, you can use the Drum Editor the similar way, as a Key Editor. The advantage of the Drum Editor is, you can name any single MIDI note freely, and you can also change the order of the MIDI notes shown in the Drum Editor.

If you know all of these information (and now, you know), you can go ahead and start to create your own Drum Maps for every single scale, or chord, you are interested in. All irrelevant notes which don't fit to the scale/chord, you will move up (or down). At the end, you will get on bottom (or on top) only the relevant notes of the wanted scale/chord. The rest you can easily ignore while writing a music. Yay!

But very soon you will find this is very time-consuming and boring job. DrumMaps Creator will help you here and saves significant amount of time. And it can offer even much more!

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