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    How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    Hi all.

    I have just downloaded the great logic environment by Peter Delano,which allows the mod wheel data to be recorded as track based automation. He very helpfully has made 3 multi instruments so that you can record up to 24 instruments in this way. He also says that you can copy more, but to make sure you copy everything relevant.

    I have tried every single way i can find to do this, but the input track and the switcher don't seem to point to the copied multi instrument and don't affect the mod data relating to the new copied instrument.

    Can anyone talk me through how to copy an extra multi for this, so that i can make an environment to the size that i require?

    Also, I have tried (and failed) to copy this environment into my autoload so that i can merge the two together, but i just can't get it working in my own setup.

    Can anyone give me an answer to this one either???

    If i could sort this out, i would have a much better workflow, and i would be a very happy man!

    Thanks gang

    David Tobin

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    Re: How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    Quote Originally Posted by davidtobin2
    Hi all.

    I have just downloaded the great logic environment by Peter Delano,which allows the mod wheel data to be recorded as track based automation. He very helpfully has made 3 multi instruments so that you can record up to 24 instruments in this way. He also says that you can copy more, but to make sure you copy everything relevant.

    I have tried every single way i can find to do this, but the input track and the switcher don't seem to point to the copied multi instrument and don't affect the mod data relating to the new copied instrument.

    Can anyone talk me through how to copy an extra multi for this, so that i can make an environment to the size that i require?

    Also, I have tried (and failed) to copy this environment into my autoload so that i can merge the two together, but i just can't get it working in my own setup.

    Can anyone give me an answer to this one either???

    If i could sort this out, i would have a much better workflow, and i would be a very happy man!

    Thanks gang

    David Tobin
    If you tell me where to find it I will try to make a run at it.
    Composer, Logic Certified Trainer, Level 2,
    author of "Going Pro with Logic Pro 9."

    www.jayasher.com

  3. #3

    Thumbs up Re: How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashermusic
    If you tell me where to find it I will try to make a run at it.
    If you go to the support/resources page, and go down to logic, it is in there - under the name Peter Delano.

    I would really appreciate the help with this!

    Thanks

    David Tobin

  4. #4

    Re: How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    The support/resources page where?
    Tim

  5. #5

    Re: How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    http://www.garritan.com

    There is a bar across the top - one of the headings is Support and when you click on that, one of the sub headings is Resources. It doesn't let me post you a direct URL link, sorry

    David

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    Re: How to edit the Peter Delano environments

    Ahh, Garritan site. I'll give it a look when I get home.
    Tim

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