fratveno wrote:While Vienna Ensemble Pro is the bread and butter solution for distributed audio processing, I do appreciate your broad knowledge and generous sharing of ideas and solutions on this forum! Would it be possible for you to upload a Dorico project which uses Bidule to overcome the channel switching limitation? Thanks!
Bidule Docs wrote:Splitter
Splits a MIDI signal into 16 different outputs.
Channel: A MIDI Event is routed to the output according to its channel number (channel 1 goes to the first output, channel 16 to the last)
Program Change: The program number of a Program Change event will change the current output
Note: FIFO (first in first out) assignment of outputs according to the current number of voices playing (1st opened voice goes to the first output, 2nd opened voice to the second, ...)
Bidule Docs wrote:Key Switch
Enables you to change the MIDI Channel of incoming events according to the last played note. You can associate a MIDI Note with each MIDI Channel, once that MIDI Note has occurred, all MIDI events will be remapped to the associated MIDI Channel until another MIDI Note with an associated channel occurs.
PaulWalmsley wrote:This isn't currently possible, but we do intend to add this ability in the future. You will be able to route a instrument to multiple 'endpoints' (=device + channel) so that you'll be able to have eg violin arco played by VSL and pizz by EW Play, which will be a lot more general than just supporting a change of channel
fratveno wrote:You can specify the Midi channel in Cubase expression maps...
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