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MIDI Signal from Audio Channel


LimbBoY

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Hi,

 

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• Logic version and sub-version (e.g. Logic 10.0.7)

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Thank you!

 

How can I control the MIDI signal from Audio Channels?

 

Can you explain what you mean?

 

Audio channels deal with audio signals, not MIDI data.

 

J.

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When I create an Audio channel with my Aggregate Device, it also sends MIDI data to my other synthesizer that is NOT on the Aggregate Device (I've also tried it in the device as well)

 

This is Logic X Macbook 13" '13 Air cheapest model

 

Im using Roland TR-8 and TB-3

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If I understand correctly you want to be able to control the Audio and Midi signal of your Synths on one channel?!?

If so try the following:

 

- create a software instrument track for each of your synths

 

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- go to the channels trip on the left and change electric piano to

- "External Instrument"

 

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- choose Midi out and Audio in accordingly

 

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When I create an Audio channel with my Aggregate Device, it also sends MIDI data to my other synthesizer that is NOT on the Aggregate Device (I've also tried it in the device as well)

 

Aggregate devices are a combination of the audio inputs and outputs of two or more devices. It has nothing to do with MIDI.

 

It sounds to me like the MIDI data the TR's outputs is reaching your other synth but you don't want that to happen. Setting its MIDI channel setting to "Off" (on the TR8 itself) should take care of that, or set it to a MIDI channel your other synth is not using. Otherwise, you could block the data by cabling the TR8's port in the physical input object to a "dead end" object (such as a monitor object) in the MIDI Environment's Click & Ports layer.

 

This is Logic X Macbook 13" '13 Air cheapest model

 

Im using Roland TR-8 and TB-3

 

Please add the the required info to your signature using the link provided in my previous post so that it appears automatically in all your posts.

 

Thank you.

 

J.

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