I am routing a Suzuki Q Chord into Logic via din Midi.
Q Chord spits out a LOT of midi info (tempo / drums / bass / chords / pitchbend etc..)
I've filtered the midi with the following Logic Environment patch:
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Phsyical Input [MIDI IN ON INTERFACE] > Monitor > Channel Splitter
then I split:
Route A - [BASS CH9] > Monitor > (Soft) Bass Synth > Monitor > Sequencer Input
Route B - [STRUMPLATE CH14+15+16] > Monitor > (Soft) Poly Synth > Monitor > Sequencer Input
This works fine for playing.
The Bass goes to Bass Synth.
The Strumplate goes to the Poly Synth. :thumbup:
But when I ARM to record, the midi from Channels 9+14+15+16 begins flowing to both Channel strips and thus to both Synth Audio Unit Plugins.
If I remove the cable to the SEQUENCER INPUT then No Midi is recorded at all.
I've also tried putting a channel splitter after the channel strip and filtering off the channels again before they go into the channel splitter but it makes no difference.
And how to fix?