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    RMX How do you...

    In RMX how do you start and stop a MULTI with cubase on mac? Do I have to copy all of the midi files into separate tracks in SX or is there a way to just start and stop a multi with the transport controls?

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    Wade

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    Re: RMX How do you...

    The best way is to automate the Play buttons.. either via Cubase automation or via MIDI Learn.(In fact, MIDI Learn is the safest option... RMX responds to Cubase automation differently in different versions of Cubase...for example, it works perfectly in SX2, it's a disaster in versions of SX3 prior to SX3.1, and in SX3.1, if you automate "on" then "off" it creates an automation ramp! so, on playback, the "off" will kick in at about half way along the slope, but at least you can edit the automation afterwards).
    Short answer, create a special MIDI track in Cubase, output to RMX, of course, with a Part on it the length of the song, choose a controller (or several, if you want to automate the eight Play buttons independently), let RMX learn it (them), then just enter a controller event at the desired position(s) in that Part.
    Or of course, you can drag/drop the MIDI files.. that's what they're there for! :-)

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    Re: RMX How do you...

    Quote Originally Posted by gigagagga
    In RMX how do you start and stop a MULTI with cubase on mac? Do I have to copy all of the midi files into separate tracks in SX or is there a way to just start and stop a multi with the transport controls?
    No problem, just automate the AllPlay parameter. Put a value of 1 near the beginning of the song, say bar 2, and a 0 immediately before it. That way, RMX will start playing automatically when you play your song.

    - Glenn

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