There are a few ways you can use 3rd party MIDI grooves with Krimh Drums:
1. The easiest approach is to drag your MIDI files into a track on your DAW, then set Krimh Drums mapping to match it. In most cases, it will be the 'General MIDI' mapping.
Here is a video we made about using different mapping:
2. It's a similar case when using EZ Drummer: you can drag it from their plugin into your DAW track, and it will be regular midi. Now put that MIDI on a track with Krimh, in settings, pick 'EZ Drummer' MIDI mapping, and it should play the same pattern but sound a lot better 🥁.
3. The last option is to add 3rd party MIDI to the Krimh Drums Groove folder.
You can do that by copying the files into the Krimh Drums installation folder by placing them in the 'MIDIfiles' folder.
Then you can double-click on any groove in the 'Grooves' section to play it.
To get it into your DAW, use the 'drag midi' button on top to drag it into your DAW track and build your own song.