[Ardour-Users] record several MIDI tracks
wayne at in-giro.org
Fri Jul 22 16:43:19 PDT 2011
Il giorno ven, 22/07/2011 alle 21.17 +0200, fred ha scritto:
> Le 22/07/2011 19:35, Wayne a écrit :
> > Il giorno lun, 18/07/2011 alle 23.34 +0200, fred ha scritto:
> > > Hi list,
> > >
> > > I'm not Mozart, and have to rec a few tracks to hope a not too bad result.
> > >
> > > How can I set Ardour to have only the input (of a MIDI track recorded
> > > and redirected) to master bus ?
> > >
> > do you mean soloing the MIDI track (and its associated bus)?
> Not really, have to explain better, when re-read first post it's
> confused !
> Means, I record a MIDI track, and because of my poor playing ability,
> have to rec several ones
> and choose the not too bad parts here and there. But if I rec on the
> same track, and plan to
> "choose the top" on the track list, something is blowing : you have
> all the tracks of the list
> routing to the synth during rec, and a complete collection of the bad
> notes in the ears !!!
> So, what look for is a way to have only the track recorded that goes
> to synth, and the other
> one 'under' it "muted".
> As far I remember, for an audio track it's ok, you only hear the one
> that is recorded, and can
> choose after the one you like on top w/ play ?
i rarely use choose top and overlap regions, as it gets confusing to
me very quickly. A3 has stacked regions, but i have not used them yes,
but i think that you can do what you want with playlists, which i use
all the time: create a new playlist for each take of the MIDI part you
are playing on one track. then create either a new MIDI track or a new
playlist where you can use copy/paste to combine the parts from the take
playlists to form the finished piece. i find it easier to have the
takes on various playlists of 1 track "piano 01 -- takes" and build the
finished pieced on another track "piano 01". you will obviously have 2
tracks where 1 would suffice, but i think it is clearer, and once the
piece is built from the various takes, you can always disable the
"takes" track to save resources.
i hope that answers your question.
> I prefer to do that instead of punch in/out, cause feeling is better
> here like that.
> > > Now it's :
> > > kbd>a2jmidid>Ardour MIDI track>Linuxsampler>bus in
> > > Ardour>master>system1.2>PA
> > > with auto input and tape machine mode ON in Ardour
> > >
> > >
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