If you want to select multiple channels in one click, right click on one select box, hold the right click button, and then drag your mouse down or up as far as you want to select. Selecting multiple channels at once works much faster than right clicking each select box one at a time, especially if you want to add many channels at one time to the sound layer.
To discard the lengths of notes and turn them back into steps, select the desired notes and hit Shift + D. Now you can treat it like a step sequencer but with the added flexibility of using multiple notes.
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When multiple tracks are selected, adjusting one of their mixer controls will adjust the same control for the other tracks. If the tracks in the multi-selection have differing values for any particular knob or slider parameter (volume, for example), this difference will be maintained as you adjust the parameter.
The INSTRUMENT 1 can output MIDI on multiple channels (1-7). This is a new, emerging MIDI specification called MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE). With MPE, you can control pitch bend and pressure for individual notes, meaning you can slide notes in different directions with independent pressure control.
The INSTRUMENT 1 can be played expressively by using the fingerboard and bridge in different ways. In order to allow these techniques to work with third-party sound generators, the INSTRUMENT 1 sends polyphonic expression data on multiple MIDI channels. You can adjust the settings in your software depending on how you want MIDI data to be received.
The plugin offers stereo or mid-side channels waveform extraction as well as several synchronization modes. The zooming and precise measurement capabilities let you analyze the waveforms in details, and the XY phase scope view will help you track phase issues within an effect chain or while recording with multiple microphones.
Is there any way to select which midi channels notes one wants to edit?!This could maybe be an extra tick next to the track number in the Midi Output Menu?(I know I'm 'simple minded' and love to keep the number of instances down and that's another sign if 'Tracker Damage' ie. one complete pattern per song-section).
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Turn to a channel you want to watch, then click Home on the remote > My Programs. Next, choose the plus sign (+) on the screen to select the channel you are currently watching. Then, change channels and click the plus sign (+) to add the second channel. Select Multi-view. From the two channels you've selected, choose the one to add as the smaller picture-in-picture channel. The other channel will display larger.
Adding multiple samples into one piano roll In FL Studio goes like this: The first step is to open a layer channel by right clicking on the step sequencer and selecting insert and then layer. Now insert two new samplers by right clicking and selecting insert sampler so that your step sequencer looks like this.
The Select Next/Previous Channel will, of course, move the channel selection up or down. The Mackie bank will shift with the selected channel if the channel otherwise would end up outside the channels known to the Mackie device. If you have multiple Mackie devices defined in the plugin, it is absolutely vital that the plugin knows in what order the devices are controlling the channels. The plugin presumes that the device order is 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 (i.e., device 1 controls the first eight channels, device 2 the next eight, and so on); if your configuration is something else, you need to tell the plugin in what order the devices should be handled. Please check the FAQ page for instructions on how to do that.
Buttons that change channel selection have an extra option to deselect the currently selected channel before selecting the new one. Some daws treat channel selection as "add this channel to the group of selected channels;" if you instead want to have single channels selected, you can check this checkbox.
Some notes about the "Selected channel" strip:A real Mackie Control device has 8 channel strips plus the master channel, and you can switch banks to change which 8 channels in the mixer will be controlled by the 8 channels on the device. There is no channel strip for "selected channel" on the device, and in the communication protocol, there are no commands directed at "selected channel". So how can the plugin have a "Selected channel" strip?The Mackie Control protocol is extremely chatty, and the DAW constantly keeps the device/plugin updated with the state of all mixer functions for the 8 assigned tracks. The plugin saves all this information in the background and can locate which of the 8 tracks is selected by looking at the state of the "Select" switch.When you assign a button to, e.g., the Solo function for the selected channel, the plugin will in real-time associate that button (and its state) with the solo function for whatever channel is currently selected in the DAW mixer. Be aware that the Mackie Control protocol only enables the device/plugin to control the mixer channels currently assigned to a Mackie Control device. If you in the mixer have a channel selected not among the channels currently controlled by a Mackie Control device, the plugin has no knowledge of that channel. From the plugin's point of view, none of the known channels is selected. In such a case, the state for the buttons assigned to the "Selected channel" is reset, and any attempt to press such a button will result in a yellow warning triangle (since the plugin is unable to control a channel that is outside of the channels assigned to a Mackie Control device). If you have multiple Mackie Control devices defined for the plugin, the "Selected channel" will span all channels covered by the Mackie devices. If you, e.g., have three Mackie Control devices in the plugin, the "Selected channel" buttons will work if any of the 24 covered channels is selected in the daw. The "Selected channel" buttons will always send/receive using the midi ports defined for the currently selected channel; if, e.g., a "Selected channel" button is defined using Mackie Control device 1 and the currently active channel is within device 3, the "Selected channel" button will ignore the port settings for device 1 and instead use the port settings for device 3.
Switches either toggle a function (e.g., Solo) or trigger an action (e.g., Play). Switches in the transport and master sections have no additional settings to configure.Switches in the channel strips have the option to display information from the LCD strip for the channel.Switches that cause a channel switch have an additional option to send a deselect command for the currently selected channel before switching to the new channel. Some daws (e.g., Reaper) treat a "select channel" command as "add this channel to the current selection," resulting in multiple channels being selected. If you don't want this behavior, you can check this box to have the daw select only the new channel.
Two modes of operation are possible: Hold down the Fader strip Q switch then select the required automation mode using the touch screen button. It will function in 'one shot' mode. Push and hold an automation mode button and it will latch on. Multiple channels can then be selected to the latched mode via their Q switches. Touch the mode button again to unlatch.
In conjunction with the Modifier Keys, multiple tracks can be set to a specific automation mode: Opt/All + Auto Mode sets all tracks to the selected mode. Shift + Opt/All + Auto Mode sets all selected tracks (tip: use the Q key + Alt to select multiple non contiguous tracks) to an auto mode. 2b1af7f3a8