Anorax wrote:In mixcraft 8, midi arpeggiators affect whatever vst source that is after it in the instrument list. Also in mixcraft 8, you have the ability to route midi information from one track to another. When you create a Virtual Instrument track, open the instrument changer, and you should notice a <route to track> section in the category list. Select your destination track, and then in the details panel, add an Arp plugin and then arrange it so that the arp is before the route-to-track "plugin."
At which point you can hit record and as long as you have midi playing in the first track, then you will be recording the results in the second track.
If you would like, I can get a video made soon to demonstrate this.
Acoustica Greg wrote:Hi,
Are you inputting MIDI notes somehow? You can't just record the output of the arp, you either play your MIDI controller keyboard and record that, using the Musical Typing keyboard, or enter notes on the piano roll. The notes will pass through the arpeggiator to the other virtual instrument and you'll hear the result. If you want a "hard copy" of the arpeggiated notes, you could mix them down to an audio file.
Anorax wrote:There appears to be a bug in Mixcraft where MIDI-editing plugins (arpeggiators and other MIDI filters) do not play nice with the Route To Track option. Either the Route-to-track function ignores the plugin (tends to happen with arpeggiators in my experience - just now tested this), or simply doesn't pass any midi to the new track (happened with a MIDI filter plugin, which I discovered a while back).
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