Arm two different tracks (devices) to record simultaneously
I just have a simple question.
I tried to search in the manual but no luck.
Maybe someone already collide with this one and knows the answer.
If you see the attached image, I have 2 “Combinator” devices (with several layered synths and other EQ modules in each device).
So far so good.
I also have 2 MIDI input channels in the same BUS since I choose to control the “Combinator devices” at the same time using different MIDI inputs assigned to channel 1 and 2 respectively.
So far so good.
No, not that good… my problem is:
Is it possible to arm both Combinator tracks (sequencer lane) to record midi data simultaneously, each one on its own track (like expected)?
Clarifying, imagine that I have 2 MIDI keyboards and I want to play live using them to control both “Combinators” separately (one midi keyboard to each Combinator), but I also what to record the midi data while I play in each “Combinator” lanes… is this possible?
Am I being clear? Sometimes I’m afraid that I can’t explain myself clear enough.
I ask this because I tried but I simply can’t arm two different tracks (devices) to record simultaneously… I tried with Ctrl, Shift, and all other possible standard key combinations but… no joy! Maybe am missing something simple.
Last edited by BenMartin; 2009-02-04 at 04:32.
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