Helpful ReplyNeed help with Rapture Pro's Multitimbral capabilities

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2016/08/02 17:22:36 (permalink)

Need help with Rapture Pro's Multitimbral capabilities

I'm pretty new to using Rapture Pro, and I currently use it with reaper. I know that there is an option to use Rapture Pro as a multitimbral synth, but I'm not too sure how that works. I've referenced the user manual several times and I'm still not sure how route these tracks. Please help!
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Re: Need help with Rapture Pro's Multitimbral capabilities 2016/08/02 17:42:30 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby TheMaartian 2016/08/02 18:04:56
When Multitimbral mode is enabled in the options drop down, the elements in the synth are hard-coded to respond to MIDI channels 1 through 6 respectively. In multitimbral mode the typical setup would be up to 6 MIDI tracks set to MIDI channels 1 through 6 and a single stereo or two mono audio tracks to play the result.
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Re: Need help with Rapture Pro's Multitimbral capabilities 2016/08/02 19:42:35 (permalink)
This is particularly cool if you have a guitar synth like the Roland GR20 which can send each string on a separate channel.

StudioCat > I use Windows 10 and Sonar Platinum. I have a touch screen.
I make some videos. This one shows how to do a physical loopback on the RME UCX to get many more equalizer nodes.
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