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Chapter 16. Recording MIDI > Recording Multiple MIDI Tracks

Recording Multiple MIDI Tracks

While MIDI tracks are recorded individually more often than audio tracks are, sometimes it’s necessary to track multiple MIDI tracks simultaneously—for instance, when you’re recording more than one musician, when you’re transferring parts from one sequencer to another, or when a keyboard is split so that it plays back on different channels on different parts of the keyboard.

Let’s use the latter scenario as an example: The bottom two octaves of a keyboard are playing a bass sound on MIDI channel 1, while the right hand plays a keyboard sound on the top octaves transmitting on MIDI channel 2.


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