• Adriano
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Aug 25th, 2008
    Anyway to split notes when using the chord memorizer?
    Hi Steve/guys, Before I post my question, just a quick compliment to tell you how awesome your material is. I have just about every tutorial series in terms of music production that you and macprovideo have created. I really enjoy subtly using the chord memorizer in my productions, as I am a far more astute guitarist than pianist, and the memorizer helps me to phrase my keyboard work and get quick ideas a lot easier sometimes. The question I have though, is I would like to investigate if one is able to use the chord memorizer in a way that instead of the midi notes appearing as one note per programmed key which I find limiting, if it is possible that when I record the midi, it can record as the individual notes that reflect the programmed chords. This will allow me to be a lot more flexible in changing the individual note parameters such as velocity and note length to ultimitally give the programmed performance a much more realistic/human feel. I look forward to your response and once again - thanks a mil to you and the guys for taking me to the next level! :) Adriano
  • Doug
    Posts: 27
    Joined: Sep 15th, 2007
    Re: Anyway to split notes when using the chord memorizer?
    Go to the clicks & ports screen of the environment and place the chord memorizer anywhere between the physical input and the sequencer input. You'll get all the output notes of the chord memorizer recorded.
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