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Old 04-27-2004, 10:01 PM
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Default Way to Monitor more than one Midi Channel?

I wish Sampletank had a standalone so I wouldnt have to go thru this, but here I am
Basically, I'm using my MPC4ks sequencer to send midi info to PT to trigger sound in Sampletank

Worked well, before I got to channel 2, I can only hear one midi track at a time due to me only being able to Record Enable one midi track at a time

Anyway to overcome this problem besides going thru the inspirational drain of bouncing sequence data back and forth between the PT and 4k, it looks like to me so far the only solution is to use PT's sequencer, which is what Im trying to get around
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