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Author Topic: Multi MIDI & Split view - the 2 channels - where are they hiding?  (Read 483 times)

padbury

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To date I have been unable to "see" and record separately these 2 midi channels.

Neither Abelton Live nor Reaper have shown me any evidence so far of the two MIDI channels offered in the Multi MIDI & Split view as being available as independent MIDI channels.

No problem seeing and recording the Multi as a MIDI, but only as one MIDI channel.

The ease with which I have been separating the 4 channels of my hardware synth has so far been unrepeatable with the 2 channels said to be available in the Analog Lab virtual synth.

Is anyone out there isolating the two virtual instruments which make up an Analog Lab Multi onto separate MIDI channels?

I would love to know how.
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Re: Multi MIDI & Split view - the 2 channels - where are they hiding?
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2013, 03:17:17 pm »
The two sounds are shown at the top of the mult window with an "EDIT" button to the right.  Open each and set the MIDI channel from ALL to "x".
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