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Old 04-11-2003, 05:17 PM
Antonio Tarantino Antonio Tarantino is offline
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Default Assign multiple outputs from a Midi Track


"Just as with Audio Tracks, it's possible to assign multiple outputs from a MIDI track. With an output already assigned, hold down CONTROL key and select another Device/Channel from the output pop-up. This can be repeated to add as many midi destinations as required from a single track, and is great for creating layers."

I just find out this tip and I like to share it with many of you that didn't know, just like me.

Antonio Tarantino
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