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  • Wynutei
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    Joined: Jun 11th, 2008, 10:01
    Logic 8 - Multimbral/Multioutput
    In Logic 8, if you create an instrument as a Multimbral and select it's multioutput, there's no need for a CC7 to CC11 Transformer Object. [url]http://www.digimixstudios.net/Logic8MultiOutputNoCC7toCC11Needed/[/url] Just thought I'd share this with everyone.
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  • steveH
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    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: Logic 8 - Multimbral/Multioutput
    The MO aux channel solution is great when you want all outputs of a soft inst to be independent. The c7 to c11 "trick" is when you want your outputs mixed at the output of the synth. Logic has many ways to accomplish similar tasks and routings.
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  • Wynutei
    Posts: 5
    Joined: Jun 11th, 2008, 10:01
    Re: Logic 8 - Multimbral/Multioutput
    Logic does have many ways to accomplish things. That's what's cool about it. Regarding the c7 to c11, while it works great with EastWest's PLAY, on TERA and I think it was SampleTank, the c7 to c11 acts as a fine tune to where the volume is at. It doesn't work to the min/max value of the volume. I'm trying to use a common approach as oppose to c7 to c11 for PLAY and another approach for other multimbral instruments. I'm checking all the other multimbral instruments I have. I'm just making stuff easy for me. I did notice in headphones that the output when all the instrument channels are independent, the gain is increased. I don't know the right term for that but it sounds alot fuller in sound.
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  • steveH
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    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: Logic 8 - Multimbral/Multioutput
    The multi-output solution IS the most common solution. Not a TNT solution, though! :)
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