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 This is a short tutorial on how to setup multi-channel-midi processing in AudioBus This is a short tutorial on how to setup multi-channel-midi processing in AudioBus
  
-===== Initial ​Setup ==== +===== The Goal: Multi-Channel-Midi Processing ​Setup ====
-In this example, the initial session consists of 5 synth and a EG Pulse for drums, +
-and some effects. On ABs Midi page it can be seen that each of them is driven by a  +
-midi generator.+
  
-{{ab_mcm_02b_audio_.jpg?​direct&​450}} {{ab_mcm_01_initial.jpg?​direct&​450}}+In a multi-channel-midi processing setup, you want to route all generated midi through a single midi processing plugin to affect all of the midi streams at once
  
-===== Multi-Channel-Midi processingSetup ====+This results in full control over the running session for  
 +  * song staging, the constantly looping patterns of the Midi generators can be combined to song sections by muting individual patterns 
 +  * variations of individual tracks (note-volume, dropping of notes, transpositio,​ humanizing) 
 +  * permutation of assigned instruments (bass or melody played by other sounds) 
 +from a single plugin (or even chains of multi-channel-midi processing plugins).
  
-In a multi-channel-midi processing setup, you want to route all generted midi through  +The resulting, modified midi stream leaving the multi-channel-midi processing plugin ​is picked up by all receiving instruments,​ therefore each of the instruments has to filter this stream for its assigned midi source.
-a single ​midi processing plugin ​to affect ​all of the midi streams at once and then  +
-route the resulting, modified midi streams to the receivers in such a way, that each +
-receiver only listens ​to its own source.+
  
 This is realized by means of the 16 Midi channels. ​ This is realized by means of the 16 Midi channels. ​
-  * Each Midi generator transmits on a different ​Midi channel+  * Each Midi generator transmits on a different ​midi channel
   * Each synth/drum receives only the Midi data of the channels it is intended for   * Each synth/drum receives only the Midi data of the channels it is intended for
 +
 +===== Initial Setup ====
 +In this example, the initial session consists of 5 synth and a EG Pulse for drums,
 +and some effects. ​
 +
 +On ABs Midi page it can be seen that each of them is driven by a 
 +midi generator. There is no special setup of midi channels needed in the generators ​
 +or instruments as its a one-to-one connection.
 +
 +{{ab_mcm_02b_audio_.jpg?​direct&​450}} {{ab_mcm_01_initial.jpg?​direct&​450}}
 +
 +\\
  
 === Step-by-Step using Streambyter === === Step-by-Step using Streambyter ===
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