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Philipp Goedecke

MIDI filter, zone/layer functionality

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Hi,

does CbB support MIDI plugins for instrument tracks, like MIDI Polysher or does it have such features onboard?

I would like to set a note range for layered/splitted instruments and filter modwheel or other CC for some instruments.

 

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Depends on the plug-in format. MIDI FX racks support MFX plug-ins only which are DX format. A few are included with CbB. There are a couple of sources for free and commercial MFX plug-ins too. All VST2/3 FX plug-ins must go into audio FX racks or the ProChannel. To communicate with VST plug-ins that support MIDI I/O, CbB requires dedicated instrument or MIDI tracks. Here is how the routing works for VST plug-ins.

While the name is a little misleading, a drum map may be used to split an incoming MIDI stream and route the data to different targets. 

The included MIDI Event Filter MFX plug-in may be set up to filter notes, CC and other MIDI data.

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I would like to set a note range for layered/splitted instruments and filter modwheel or other CC for some instruments.

is possible using the tools included with CbB.

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You can insert MIDI FX, but if you're using simple instrument tracks, you need to insert them in the inspector when the MIDI tab is engaged:

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1 hour ago, scook said:

Depends on the plug-in format. MIDI FX racks support MFX plug-ins only which are DX format. A few are included with CbB. There are a couple of sources for free and commercial MFX plug-ins too. All VST2/3 FX plug-ins must go into audio FX racks or the ProChannel. To communicate with VST plug-ins that support MIDI I/O, CbB requires dedicated instrument or MIDI tracks. Here is how the routing works for VST plug-ins.

While the name is a little misleading, a drum map may be used to split an incoming MIDI stream and route the data to different targets. 

The included MIDI Event Filter MFX plug-in may be set up to filter notes, CC and other MIDI data.

In short, this

is possible using the tools included with CbB.

Thank you, that´s exactly what I´ve been looking for.

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