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Basic routing question, from Reaper to Ensemble 6
Last post Wed, Apr 28 2021 by Clayking, 3 replies.
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Posted on Sun, Apr 25 2021 14:09
by Clayking
Joined on Tue, Jun 26 2018, Posts 20

I’m a newbie to DAWs, and currently evaluating Reaper.  I want to fine tune a midi file I imported into Reaper.  I’m using Vienna Ensemble 6 as the VST.  Even after checking the user manual and the Reaper forum I haven’t been able to figure out how to direct multiple tracks to the corresponding tracks in a single bank (instance) in Ensemble.  Whatever I’ve tried only loads one channel per each Ensemble bank. Not ideal.  Is there a way to direct 16 Reaper tracks to the corresponding tracks in a single bank of Ensemble?

Posted on Mon, Apr 26 2021 17:46
by Andreas8420
Joined on Mon, Dec 02 2019, Vienna, Posts 60

Hello Clayking,

You might find this written guide helpful:

https://www.vsl.co.at/community/posts/t52638-How-to-get-VE-Pro7-to-route-properly-with-REAPER--Set-up-more-than-16-MIDI-channels-per-instance

It's for VE Pro - but the same, general principles apply.

Best regards,
Andreas

PS: You might want to edit your first post to remove the unnecessary space after your message. 

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Posted on Wed, Apr 28 2021 12:33
by Clayking
Joined on Tue, Jun 26 2018, Posts 20

I don't know why that extra space appears after my post - but it's not present when I tried to edit it.

Thanks for sending that information.  I've followed its steps, but no matter what I tried or what midi file I load it seems that the only channel that Ensemble responds to is channel 2.  I must be missing something very basic in loading the midi file. 

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