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SINE player and Layers midi output?

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I installed Orchestral Tools SINE player and "Layers" and it works fine as a VST in Cakewalk. But when I add it as a synth the Cakewalk dialog does not give  an option for midi out.  Does anyone know if I can send the output as midi to a different instrument?  Why would I want to do that?  In order to create single instrument parts and scores eventually.

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If a plug-in has "Enable MIDI Output" disabled it means the VST scanner determined the plug-in does not support the feature. Not all plug-ins echo or generate MIDI data.

 

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Hi DocBob, how did you add it as a VST in Cakewalk? I'm having trouble with this, it's not finding the SINE player when I scan its VST paths

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I didn't have any difficulty - it just installed.  Make sure your VST settings  (Preferences/File/VST Settings  include the folder you installed it to so Cakewalk knows to scan it.  You can add a scan path in the first box.

If it is scanned you'll find it using the browser in  Instruments/VST2/OrchestralTools/ . 

 

Sorry I took so long to answer -

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On 3/19/2020 at 8:45 PM, DocBob said:

add it as a synth the Cakewalk dialog does not give  an option for midi out. 

Cakewalk provides an option to "Enable MIDI Output" IF the plug-in has the feature. Many synths and most FXs do not send/generate MIDI data.

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You can only add it as a simple instrument track.  It is not multi-timbral.

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