SPUMD wrote:anp27 wrote:SPUMD wrote:Which Keyswitch solution do you talk about?
If you have downloaded the Keyswitch solution right above your post everything should be explained in the notes tab.
I actually tried them all. I'm giving your template another go (it's the one directly above my initial post, yes?)
The part I don't understand from the notes you gave is this: Just connect a midi input into the Makro and connect it's outputs to a multi instrument or a channel splitter. I have very little experience working with Environments so please excuse my ignorance.. maybe some sort of screen shot will help?
Hmmm.. here is a tutorial that explains the Environment in general.
Open my Keyswitch Template and got to screenset 4.
3 environment windows are open, on the left side you will see the environment layer with the Keyswitch Macro.
The "Orchestra" object is connected to the Keyswitch Macro. It's a midi instrument, the one you see in the arrange.
What happens when you play your midi keyboard?
The Midi events go from the "Orchestra" object to the Keyswitch macro. The macro manipulates the Midi channel of the events and sends them to the monitor called "to Mixer Layer CH Splitter". This monitor is connected to a (Midi) Channel Splitter in the mixer environment layer. You will find the mixer layer on the right side, it's the window with all the channelstrips.
At the bottom you will see an object called "From Keyswitch makro". Thats the Channel Splitter object. It splits midi events by midi channels and routes them to the Channelstrips.
If you have chosen ch 4 in the keyswitch macro articulations, all midi events will leave the splitter through output 4 to the Channelstrip called EXS 4. If you choose channel 3 than it's output 3 and channelstrip 3.
Thats one option how to work with a Keyswitch Macro.
Now delete the channel splitter in the mixer layer ("delete anyway"), go to the channelstrip EXS 1 and load your Miroslav Philharmonik as a "multi output" software instrument. (not mono, not stereo)
A "multi output" software instrument has a built in channel splitter. All you have to do know is to connect the monitor "to Mixer Layer CH Splitter" with the Channelstrip (EXS1) and load the articulation into your Miroslav Philharmonic.
Hope this helps. Good luck man.
THANK YOU! Because of your wonderful and detailed guidance/explanation(s), I've finally figure it out and I got it to work! I have asked many people how to do the key switching on this and many other forums and no one came through. Thank you so much for being patient and taking time out to explain this to me in a clear and concise manner. You're a champ!
Oh, and by the way, I'm not a man..