I'm having a bit of trouble recording the MIDI events of my drumset (Alesis Forge).
I use multilayered drumkit instruments with trigger set to "One-Shot" and NNA set to "Continue".
My goal is to to end up with separate tracks for each drum, e.g. all C-2 notes go to "Kick" track, D-2 to "Snare", E-2 to "Hi Tom", etc. as I want to process them individually.
Currently the workflow to get that is really cumbersome. All note events for the entire drumset are recorded into one single track and I have to manually distribute them afterwards to dedicated tracks.
So, here are my questions:
- is it possible to record MIDI events into multiple tracks, e.g. all C-2 go into Track1, all D-2 into Track2, etc. ? if this is not possible:
- is it possible to have each note recorded into a dedicated note column in the same track, e.g. all C-2 go into Column 1, all D-2 into second column, etc. - and if this is not possible:
- is there some tool that helps to distribute notes after recording from one single track into multiple tracks the way I want it?
Edited by vitaminx, 01 June 2018 - 09:44.