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Muti takes - when recording midi


dabster

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Hi all,

 

Hope everyone is having a good 2011 so far.

 

Just a quick question.

 

How do i set up on a midi channel, a muti take function, where after my loop have done one cycle while recording parts a new track connected with the original midi channel starts up underneath letting me continue with adding more parts without over writing the original midi recording.

 

Thanks

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Hey Dabster,

 

It may not be 100% what you're looking for as there is a step or two involved after recording, but take a look at the Exploring Logic Pro 9 document (http://documentation.apple.com/en/logicpro_otherhelp/Exploring%20Logic%20Pro%209%20(en).pdf) on page 89:

 

Recording MIDI Takes

While you will usually want to record multiple cycle passes into a single region, take recording is also an option.

 

Take recording allows you to record over an existing performance and results in the creation of a take folder with each recording inside. A common scenario is when you are recording multiple passes in Cycle mode, but you can also do this by recording over an existing region.

 

Then, you should be able to flatten the take folder into multiple tracks with the same channel settings.

 

There are some other configurations for recording in cycle mode that are explained on the surrounding pages I referenced above that might be helpful to what you are trying to do.

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