[Ardour-Users] record several MIDI tracks
f.rech at yahoo.fr
Fri Jul 22 22:21:49 PDT 2011
Le 23/07/2011 01:43, Wayne a écrit :
> 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.
Thanks for that, I never used playlist and will try. It could be easier
that the way found here : rec
a track, drag it to the session end, rec another, drag it after the
first, etc... and then choose
between takes with right clic "move to original position". It works, but
is somewhere pitiful DIY,
that is not in Ardour professional DAW mood !!
>> 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
>>>> with auto input and tape machine mode ON in Ardour
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