Terry, thanks for weighing in here. The problem I was initially trying to help André to solve is that regardless of the track he has selected in Logic, the MIDI events he's recording through his keyboard all show up as being on MIDI channel 1. Using the oboe 1 example I had in my first post, André has the track assigned to channel 5. But when he recorded the track (the MIDI events were notes and CC64 for legato), the event list shows them being assigned to channel 1. They should be on channel 5 by my understanding of DAWs. Is this not the case with Logic?
Originally Posted by Poolman
Gentlemen, I need to break off here for now and go to work. When I get home this evening, I'll come back in, check to see whatever additional responses have appeared, then interject again if necessary. Don't despair André, I think we may be getting close to sorting things out for you!
Edit -- Terry, my DAW pre-Sonar was Cubasis VST 4. In the Key Editor (equivalent to Sonar's Piano Roll view) I could view, add, and edit a variety of MIDI controller data. Here's a screenshot:
In the above example, I have the MIDI CC data view set to main volume (CC7). I can use the view selector to switch to any MIDI controller, then draw in data for the selected controller. Does Logic's Piano Roll have the same function, or is this handled by Hyper Draw? In either case, I was trying to point André to the function in Logic that allows him to add MIDI controller data to each track. If you could post a screenshot showing an example of how you do it in Logic, I think the visual aid would be really helpful.
Thanks so much!