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  • Kyrarii
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    Joined: Jul 27th, 2006, 12:25
    Re: Tutorial Request: Multichannel and Multitimbral
    Gah! The volume controllers on each of the MIDI channels control the master volume of the Software Instrument Channel. I can't adjust the volume of each instrument unless I go into Kontakt and do it there. More experimentation to follow. :P
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  • steveH
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    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: Tutorial Request: Multichannel and Multitimbral
    [quote:1265]Gah! The volume controllers on each of the MIDI channels control the master volume of the Software Instrument Channel. I can't adjust the volume of each instrument unless I go into Kontakt and do it there. More experimentation to follow. :P[/quote] All of the parameters you wish to control can be controlled by automation! All the parameters of any AU compliant plugin with appear as controllable parameters in the automation parameter bar in the track where the plug in is "plugged in"!
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  • Kyrarii
    Posts: 17
    Joined: Jul 27th, 2006, 12:25
    Re: Tutorial Request: Multichannel and Multitimbral
    Aw, it sounds like a workaround to using the channel faders, though. ;) What I ended up doing was assigning each instrument of the plugin to an Aux channel (luckily, Kontakt is multi-output as well). That would also add the option to add Logic/AU effects to each instrument, as opposed to, or in addition to, Kontakt's built-in effects. Plus, the Aux channel faders can be automated (personally preferable to automating Kontakt's volume parameters). I guess there are various solutions one can take.
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  • steveH
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    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: Tutorial Request: Multichannel and Multitimbral
    that's a fine solution. If you have or want separate outputs. But if you want the same output for all the channels you can control the individual channels at the plug in level via track automation. It's not a workaround... It's ultimate and powerful control capability!
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