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Old 04-22-2007, 01:58 PM
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Default Multiple virt. instruments

So, when working with a virtual instrument, how can you have several sources of MIDI running to it for different patches? If I want to control say, 5 different patches in Absynth 3 (within one loaded bank), have 5 different MIDI tracks (not instrument tracks), can I only have one AUX track with Absynth? Or do I need to have as many Absynth instruments running as I have MIDI tracks playing to them?

I know I can print the audio rather than rely on the MIDI, which is what I typically do. Is there a way to use the channel system through MIDI to got to the patches I want?

Sorry if this question goes beyond just Pro Tools. I'm dying to friggin figure this out.

Thanks!


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