hopefully this makes sense...I'm revisiting an old project. The organ was recorded with Native Instruments B4, which I no longer have on my current platform (actually, I'm not even sure it's still made). On the old project, there is a MIDI track of the notes, and a second track under it that has MIDI information from the performance (Leslie speed switching frequently from slow to fast). The second track switches controller number 1 (called "modulation") back and forth from 0 to 127, which changes the speed of the Leslie from slow to fast and vice versa.
However, if I try to play the original performance through Logic's "Vintage B3", the notes will play, but there are no changes to the Leslie speed.
I tried recording a bit of test track with Logic's organ, and it seems that switching the Leslie speed (on the GUI at least) will record controller changes on number 449 (?) which is called "Rotor Speed" to one of 3 settings: 0 for slow, 63 for stop, and 127 for fast. I also noticed that in the test track with Logic's organ, the "Status" column displays a "F" for each event, and in the original track's Event List the "Status" column displays a downward pointing arrow; perhaps this is of some significance?
I want to take the original track with the controller information and have it control the "Vintage B3", in order to duplicate the performance originally recorded with the Native Instruments organ. I thought perhaps I could just change all the "1"s in the "Num" column to "449"s, but the program won't let me enter a number larger than 127. Is there a way to get this to work? Thanks for any ideas...