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Old 2013-04-19, 23:50
DynamicDontPanic DynamicDontPanic is offline
 
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Cool Record Matrix whilst tweaking it

Hi,

How do l record the Matrix note sequencer whilst l tweak it live? I want to record every note it plays and hear it played back to me.

I don't just want to hear the current note sequence, l want to hear every change l made whilst l was recording.

I guess what l'm really saying is: I want to record "What U Hear" as live MIDI notes from Matrix, whilst l tweak it live.

I have just discovered this workflow:

1. Create Matrix utility
2. Right click on Matrix ---> Copy pattern to track
3. Press the "Record Enable" button (the red dot) on the little replica Subtractor panel at the bottom left of the Reason window, in the recording area
[4. Press the "Loop" button at the bottom of the Reason window]
5. Press the Record button at the bottom of the Reason window
6. Change the Matrix patterns in the pattern bank as per your desires

It is ostensibly not possible to just record "What U Hear" as live MIDI notes from Matrix. You can only record pattern by pattern from the Matrix pattern bank.

Is there any way to record "What U Hear" as live MIDI notes from Matrix, whilst l tweak it live?

Last edited by DynamicDontPanic; 2013-04-20 at 00:11.
 

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