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  1. #1

    a Sonar question

    Is it possible to have two or more MIDI tracks - the outputs of ARIA - having the same MIDI source - where the notes are. Thus, in other words, one MIDI track filled with notes is playing thru a multiple ARIA outputs, each having a different instrument.

    MIDI-score -----> ARIA output 1 with alto flutes
    ...............-----> ARIA output 2 with plain flutes
    ...............-----> ARIA output 3 with oboes

    it is a silly example, but this pictures the idea.

    Raymond Robijns
    Youtube channel: "Raymond Robijns"

  2. #2

    Re: a Sonar question

    Sure - In the Aria mixer, set all of the instruments you want to group in that way to the same MIDI channel.

    If your track is recorded on MIDI Channel 1 - then set all of those instruments to MIDI Channel 1.

    The controls under the name of each instrument in the mixer are Tune, audio channel out, then MIDI Channel. Aria defaults to the sixteen available slots being assigned to MIDI Channels 1 through 16, but you can always change those assignments. You could have all 16 instruments responding to a single MIDI Channel if you wanted.


  3. #3

    Re: a Sonar question

    Much obliged, try this tomorrow.

    Raymond Robijns
    Youtube channel: "Raymond Robijns"

  4. #4

    Re: a Sonar question

    Along these same lines...

    In Kontakt Player there were way more than 16 slots for instruments. There were only 16 channels but there were tabs for many more instruments so that layering different samples was easy.

    Is there such a feature in ARIA, or is it planned? I layer several sounds per MIDI channel at once sometimes.
    In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is.

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