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Old 09-07-2006, 08:25 AM
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Default MIDI CHANNEL ISSUES IN PRO TOOLS!!!!

session. Midi is then connected to a DIGI002 running Logic Pro and the Native Instument B4II plug-in. When I attempt to route each channel of midi data to the three seperate instruments there is no seperation. All data output from Pro Tools TDM seems to be on all 16 channels of midi, not simply the specified channel. CAN YOU HELP ME????

It seems like the problem is within the TDM system or at the midi i/o because when I opened Pro Tools LE on the laptop the problem was still happening when trying to assign the seperate midi channels of performance to seperate instruments.
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