PrimoChris wrote:I think it would be a mess. Imagine that you would have to create tracks for each engine used, would you always create 8, or only the used ones? I´d imagine it would be only possible to do this, if you used multi-track *.mid like GM. It´s crucial to have all engines patterns as seperate regions. Every DAW might handle multi-track mid´s import differently. So conclusivly I think such a feature would be a nightmare from a usability and support point of view.
vespesian wrote:Huh? This is easy - all my scenes are triggered from the 'main' guru midi track. No need to drag - they're already there. In Sonar, until recently (ahem, ahem), the scenes slots were even automatically labelled in whatever slots/notes on the piano roll view (eg., "scene 1", "scene 2"). I use sub-outs (1 midi track, 16 audio).
PrimoChris wrote:I see.
Why not use only one track on midi channel 11 and just record or pencil in your scene triggers. It´s not more complicated than dragging I suppose.
The beauty of dragging patterns is, that you can edit, rearrange, and fiddle with them independently. I rarely use scenes anymore. All arranging of patterns is done in the DAW, GURU for me is more an instrument, than a song arranging tool. Scenes were meant as a basic way of putting patterns to a song structure, I think.
PrimoChris wrote:alowe wrote:
In this case you have to have a midi track for each engine correct?
Depends on your host and your preference.
I like to put each engine on its dedicated track.
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