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Old 05-06-2021, 10:47 AM
Leelouis Leelouis is offline
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But hey, just like reaper when you have an instrument like Aria Player with multiple midi outs (16 Channels), I’d like to know how to do that in ProTools
. In reaper I could have one instance of the virtual Instrument and select a command that creates 16 midi tracks each routed to channels 1-16 automatically and have the track hosting the plugin as the master. How do I route 16 new midi tracks in pro tools to each of the midi outs in the plugin. Will it just populate in the I/O sections of whatever midi track? Example : French Horns on channel 13 in Aria player.....will midi track “13” have an open assignment slot for it in the I/O section?
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