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Changing the patch in Cubase MIDI track
Last post Thu, Jan 24 2019 by DaddyO, 4 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Jan 18 2019 11:22
by Phrygian Lotus
Joined on Thu, Jan 20 2011, Posts 2

Hi!

I know, how to change the patches within the instruments player. But I want to change some parts afterwards, after the midi is recorded. So, how can I change the patch for particular notes?

Iam on Cubase 6. Hope, someone can helo me. :)

 

Regards,
Tim

Posted on Fri, Jan 18 2019 15:27
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 11306

Hi Tim, 

For the player, it doesnt matter how the MIDI information is generated..

We are mostly using Keyswitches and the ModWheel to switch between articulations. 

I see that you are playing with our Special Editions, so a good start will be those video tutorials!

Best,
Paul

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Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Thu, Jan 24 2019 17:00
by Phrygian Lotus
Joined on Thu, Jan 20 2011, Posts 2

Thanks, I already watched those videos. :) But as I know, they dont tell me, how I can change the articulations, once I played the melody. So how can I do it afterwards?

regards,
Tim

Posted on Thu, Jan 24 2019 17:47
by DaddyO
Joined on Tue, May 22 2012, San Antonio, TX, Posts 321

Originally Posted by: Phrygian Lotus Go to Quoted Post

Thanks, I already watched those videos. :) But as I know, they dont tell me, how I can change the articulations, once I played the melody. So how can I do it afterwards?

regards,
Tim

TIm, keyswitch changes are themselves MIDI data. If you want to keyswitch to a different instrument, you'll need to insert appropriate keyswitch MIDI data into the MIDI data you recorded, inserting it right before the data where you want the change to take effect.

So you'll need first to set up your keyswitch assignments to X and Y in a Vienna Instruments matrix, making them point to the appropriate row and column that contains the instruments you want.

Hope that helps. If not, you should review the basics of how Vienna Instruments and MIDI work together. Until you understand them you will not get anywhere. I know that VSL videos tend to cover a lot of hard-to-understannd material and do it so rapidly that it is VERY difficult for beginners. There's no other way to get where you want without taking your time, pausing until you understand, and making gradual progress.

I apologize in advance if I have misread your posts and wrongly concluded that you are a beginner. If so, my bad. Just trying to help.

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