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Steven V Sweat

midi tracks grouped unexpectedly

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i have three tracks of cakewalk truepianos. all the audio comes out of one track while the faders on the other two do nothing. If i freeze one, it freezes them all; strangely rearranging their order as well. Can't remember if I cloned one of the tracks to get the others, but I thought that issue was fixed. Any way to split the synth into three, one for each track? To regain each tracks fully independent functionality?

Thanks,

Steve

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I'm assuming you've one instance of the true piano's VSTi, and three MIDI tracks driving them?

If that's the case, then it's expected behaviour. Freezing a synth will freeze all MIDI tracks feeding that synth; freezing an audio track, will freeze everything feeding that audio track.

Personally, for your scenario I would use three simple instrument tracks, which would create three separate instances of truepiano allowing me to freeze them independently.

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