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I’d like to know this as well. For example, I’d like to record a MIDI performance of a left hand on a piano and then play the right hand part separately while monitoring the left hand notes. Then combine both into a single MIDI track. This sounds like the way to do that. Thanks. 

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Maybe select midi tracks in question and bounce to tracks, selecting only one as a destination?

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23 minutes ago, bitman said:

Maybe select midi tracks in question and bounce to tracks, selecting only one as a destination?

 

 

That's what I would have suggested.

Remember to set the MIDI channel in the inspector to none though, if your track contains multiple MIDI channels that you want to preserve.

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I would simply copy and paste.  Or-  

Has to be in Sound on Sound mode--

Put the source track above the destination. Use snap to grid and drag and drop.

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I just bounce to clips for each track - then hold shift and drag one track to the other in sound on sound mode.  important to remember ( Shift key maintains their time line position ). )  ( Control shift if you want to copy the track and maintain the  time line position ).

Set the midi channel of the destination track to - none - if the combined tracks  tracks want to retain their separate original channel data. Set to whatever MIDI channel if you want to output the combined track to a specific MIDI  channel.

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MIDI 0 is all channels are combined in one track. MIDI 1  channels are put on separate tracks.  

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Just playing with this, so I copied and paste special and select blend old and new from paste special box. check in Event view to see different midi channels. looks good and plays both parts with correct instruments.

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