[quote:7638]From Steve's example of the ryhthmic delays (last video) you could do this to record every element to audio and thus have quite an intricate pattern with each sound on individual tracks.
To record an arpegiated region offline you'd need to place the apreggiator between the Physical input and the Sequencer objects in the Environment. Then you are able to record each MIDI note of an arpegiated sequence to a software instrument track in Logic.
For more info on this check out chapters 8 & 9 of the August TNT.
You can use this technique to get Logic to print every MIDI note that is being arpegiated and then bouncing individual (or the compete) track will work.
Hope that helps
Thanks. I wasn't clear in my initial post. Capturing the object MIDI output is particulary what i'm interested in. I'd really love to [i]see[/i] how that can be setup... I've successfully set this up for an arpeggiator object, but found difficulties with this, when recording is enabled while having it connected to the sequencer input, the arpeggiator's 'repeat' stops working.
I'm also interested in seeing how this can be setup with a more complex chained object setup. First in the chain gets focus? See, i'm puzzled.