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Logic X Logic Pro X Won't Create Channel Strips

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by mdlweb, Oct 2, 2015.

  1. mdlweb

    mdlweb New Member

    Whenever I create a new External MIDI track, it won't automatically create
    a channel strip for that track. Any ideas?
     
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  3. volovicg

    volovicg Senior member

    Because your output port midi channel is set to all. Select a channel in the track inspector and you will see the channel strip. If your midi notes in the region are set to one channel, set the track channel to the same. If you have multiple channels in a region. Highlight the region, right click and separate by channel. This will put each midi channel on its own track with its own channel strip.
     
  4. mdlweb

    mdlweb New Member

    THANKS AGAIN Volovicg - Your the best!! Sorry for my ignorance on all this.....
     
  5. volovicg

    volovicg Senior member

    Anytime!
     
  6. mdlweb

    mdlweb New Member

    Finally got a chance to look at it.... When I move the fader slider on any channel strip, it does
    not change the volume.
     
  7. mdlweb

    mdlweb New Member

    Well.... I think my problem is.... my TD-30 sound module is what is producing the sound I hear, since
    MIDI is NOT audio, but I thought I could Bounce each MIDI track and then control the volume of
    the AUDIO of the MIDI track - But that didn't work either.... Not sure what simple thing I'm missing.
    I think it's my misunderstanding of how MIDI actual works.
     

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