. Playng BFD va MIDI • BFD can be triggered via MIDI either as a standalone application, or as a plugin in a host environoment. If you’re using a host sequencer, you can use its MIDI editors (such as the piano roll) to program drum parts instead of playing them in live. • See section 4:3 of the reference manual fora list of default MIDI notes used in BFD. • Using the Grooves is a very quick and easy way of getting a drum part going in BFD. You can either use the Groove Librarian inside BFD (see below) or import some BFD Groove MIDI files into your sequencer, and play them on a track routed to the BFD plugin. • Read through chapter 7 of the reference manual for details on how to customize how BFD responds to MIDI input. • If you intend to use an electronic drum system with BFD, please also see chapter 4 of this manual fora guide to configuring BFD for best response. Humanization When playing BFD using MIDI, you can add randomization to incoming MIDI in order to simulate the slight variations in striking velocity in areal drumming situation.