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Try as we might son and I cannot get MIDI to "ungrey" so that we can export a tracks data.

I have read of the "save as" routine but that just saves ALL the data of all the track. He wants to just export the piano and paly that in Pianoteq.

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Old 18th November 2011 , 09:09 AM
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We have resorted to getting the MIDI data out by hardware means. The 2496 MIDI out is linked to another pc (I have breakout boxes built for everything!) and the data recorded either in Pianoteq or Samplitude.

It is then a simple matter to save the data and play it elsewhere. All has to be done in realtime of course.

But why is MIDI in the export drop down if you cannot export it?

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We have resorted to getting the MIDI data out by hardware means. The 2496 MIDI out is linked to another pc (I have breakout boxes built for everything!) and the data recorded either in Pianoteq or Samplitude.

It is then a simple matter to save the data and play it elsewhere. All has to be done in realtime of course.

But why is MIDI in the export drop down if you cannot export it?

Dave.

Cant you just copy/paste like you could in the much maligned protools?
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Cant you just copy/paste like you could in the much maligned protools?
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Well, I tried that and although I could "copy" the track I could not paste it anywhere. Not Samplitude not wordpad, nowhere.

I would guess I could paste into another Sonar track but Catch 22!

Cheers anyway mate.

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Well, I tried that and although I could "copy" the track I could not paste it anywhere. Not Samplitude not wordpad, nowhere.

I would guess I could paste into another Sonar track but Catch 22!

Cheers anyway mate.

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If you have more than one track Sonar has two MIDI formats MIDI 0 and MIDI 1 that it can export to, MIDI 0 would combine all the MIDI tracks in a project into one .mid file and MIDI 1 would create a .mid file with MIDI data and track data so that when opened in another DAW it will split the MIDI into different tracks. Instead of all that you can just simply highlighting the track and drag and drop it onto the desktop.


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