David Nahmani wrote:I wonder if this would work if you made a summing track stack with 15 subtracks assigned channels 1 through 15 and then R-enable the stack?
David Nahmani wrote:Create a track for your instrument and set its channel to 1.
Choose Track > Other > New Track with Next MIDI Channel or press the equivalent key command 14 times. Select all 15 tracks and choose Track > Create Track Stack, and in the alert choose "Summing".
ms54321 wrote:Thanks, ok so that was good in theory but not in practice as what you end up with is pressing a key on the seaboard on the summed track plays 15 instances of the instrument at once
David Nahmani wrote:ms54321 wrote:Thanks, ok so that was good in theory but not in practice as what you end up with is pressing a key on the seaboard on the summed track plays 15 instances of the instrument at once
There should be only one instance of the instrument. If you follow my instructions, there should be no additional channel strips (or instruments) are created in the Mixer.
ms54321 wrote:when I assign my digital piano to output midi on channel 16 and I create a logic track (normal software instrument track) and choose any channel at all the note plays.
ms54321 wrote:But am I limited to being able to play/record only two tracks this way? I added a third track, record enabled all tracks, but it will only let me play two tracks simultaneously.
ms54321 wrote:For example, is this possible:
Track 1 - strings (controlled by seaboard)
Track 2 - trumpet (controlled by seaboard)
Track 3 - organ (controlled by digi piano)
Track 4 - piano (controlled by digi piano)
ms54321 wrote:Playing seaboard I want to hear strings and trumpet.
Playing digi piano I want to hear organ and piano
Playing seaboard + digi piano I want to hear all 4 instruments
JakobP wrote:You can group the tracks with the "Record" setting enabled. Then you only need to select one of the grouped tracks to have them all record armed.