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===MIDI routing===
 
===MIDI routing===
 
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When
 
: you have one controller that you use purely for tweaking and into distinct tracks at a time
 
then auto focus is probably (see below) is quite convenient.
 
  
  
When
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'''MIDI Input Channel Targets'''
: you have more than one controller,
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: a controller sending more than one channel,
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: external sequencers and using MuLab more as a synth host than a multitrack recorder
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then you probably care to route specific channels to specific modules.
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By default
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: it goes to whatever has MIDI focus (in a new project, all of them will)
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: GUI focus alters MIDI focus (see below).
  
'''MIDI Input Channel Targets'''
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You can, instead, send each to a specific module rack,
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and disable the alteration of MIDI focus.
  
Each channel can be sent to a specific module.
 
  
By by default it goes to whatever has MIDI focus. (in a new project, all of them will)
 
  
And by default, GUI focus alters MIDI focus (see below).
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When
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: you have one controller that you use purely for tweaking and into distinct tracks at a time
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: ...then auto focus is probably is quite convenient, for easier switching
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When
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: you have more than one controller, OR a controller sending more than one channel, OR are using MuLab more as a synth host than a multitrack recorder
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: ...then you probably care to route specific channels to specific modules.
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Perhaps the clearest overview of channel targets is at ''Project &rarr; MIDI Input Channel Targets''
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Perhaps the clearest overview of urrent channel targets is at ''Project &rarr; MIDI Input Channel Targets''
  
 
Not that the the module racks are just the most visible thing to send to.  
 
Not that the the module racks are just the most visible thing to send to.  

Revision as of 21:02, 20 May 2020


Random usability things

Tracks and modules

MIDI routing