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Old 06-08-2009, 11:26 AM
enigami enigami is offline
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Default Basic, basic recording question

I've consulted my ProTools M-Powered (v. 7.3.1) help guide, consulted my Korg Triton LE manual, still haven't found the complete answer to this basic question:

When I'm recording a MIDI track, regardless of what instrument bank I'm using on the Triton, ProTools switches me to the GM (General MIDI) bank whenever I export the track. For example, say I'm recording a MIDI track using the Jazz Guitar (Bank A, #124). Clicking on Export gives me a MIDI file with the same track in "Telephone Ring 1" (Bank GM, #124). It's quite entertaining.

How do I get ProTools to Export a MIDI track with a sound from one of my other Banks?
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