Old Guy Going Nuts -- Please HELP!
Jul 17th, 2010, 08:43
I have run into a snag! I have figured out most discrepancies between key strokes; small things, but now I continue to find myself right back where I started from; the reason why I came here and the reason I continue to search for simple explanation to my obviously goofy problem... it just can't be this hard! I have done most of the first part of " Logic 7 101 and 105, Logic's Environment Explored." To be frank, I was quite certain I knew how this should work and it works easily and flawlessly in Cubase. Is this nuclear science or the end of my last days of thinking? I have three keyboards of different ages. A Motif 7, a Triton Studio, and a Korg M3. I want to set them up so each has its own MIDI port; so that it can use a specific AU while using its own voice/voices; I used to do this in Cubase. Like having the Studio setting up a range of Kore base notes using one track. No problem in Cubase, but I am getting old trying to do this in Logic. I have spent weeks trying to get this to work. It's easy to set up the range, but no matter what I do in the environment I cannot separate the keyboards so that they stop playing back in other tracks. It's like the SUM is on no matter what I do. I don't have the same screens as in the 105 tutorial.... I have figured out a lot of them, but maybe I'm missing something?Reply