Hi, i've been using Beatcraft since 4 or 5 years ago, and to receive a natural sound from Beatcraft, I have to put a Drumagog VST in each drum part; because Beatcraft by itself sends a crappy, repetitive sound, is like watching a sitcom and hear the same recorded laugh, over and over again.
Recently, I discovered that you can send MIDI signals out from Drumagog by a MIDI Channel, and assign the MIDI note that it will send through it, but the problem is that you need 1 MIDI Virtual Channel per drum part, so a software like LoopBe30 fits perfect to this (it allows you to have up to 30 Virtual Midi Channels).
You can send all the MIDI channels to another software called VSTHost, and "host" Superior Drummer, or other drum replacement plugin on it.
Install VAC (Virtual Audio Cable) and send the "Wave Out" of VSTHost to VAC.
Open Adobe Audition, set VAC as the Recording Device, and let the magic begin.
Set a track, and press record on Audition, and then press play on Beatcraft.
Now you will have to expend some minutes adjusting every single instance of Drumagog in Beatcraft.
ACOUSTICA GUYS, I have to do all of this because Beatcraft... can't export a single midi file.