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Old 2013-09-19, 04:37
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I usually just click the instrument selector (e.g. "piano") on the id8 choose "browse instruments..." and browse for a patch (combi or not) that I want to use. This way the ID8 is replaced with the new selected instrument and no rewiring work is needed.
Yeah, this. :P

So simple!
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Old 2013-10-07, 02:42
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Yep, can't say I've struggled with switching out the id8 for any other patch.

What's more annoying is MIDI files that aren't labelled properly on their channels, so you have to guess which parts each are playing before you can select their sounds, but that's not Reason's issue.
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