I was hoping to use the Aeros Loop Studio to record 2 tracks of BeatBuddy drums in stereo, 1 track for bass guitar, 1 or 2 tracks for guitar and one track for keyboards. After reading the instructions it tells me not to run the outputs of the Beat Buddy back to the inputs of the Aeros Loop studio. Drums on Drums would be bad. I understand for live performance. When live I run the Beat Buddy outputs to a set of studio monitors to keep them from playing through my guitar amplifiers. But what about when you want to actually record the drums onto the tracks of the Aeros Loop Studio along with the other four tracks and then store them on an SD card for transfer to a computer app like Garage Band or whatever? This would deliver up to 6 tracks already synced together to the app including the drums.
I’m just a songwriter wanting to create 6 tracks for transfer to a computer music app that would include 2 tracks dedicated to stereo drums plus whatever I came up with on the other 4 tracks. If I don’t put the Beat Buddy drums directly onto the 2 tracks I’m thinking they won’t be included in the saved song. I want to save the drums along with the rest of the composition. I don’t own a desktop mixer with multiple inputs. I’d like to just create, save to SD Card and transfer to computer including the drum tracks.
How do I do this?