Could you be more specific with regard to how exactly you work here?
More specifically: are you dragging different soft synths onto different
Ableton MIDI tracks,
Yes this and it used to work fine... I had a piano on one track with a delay after it and a gate after that, then on a completely NEW track I had a synth with an Arp midi effect..
I USED to be able to just select the yellow HEADER of the channel, and play the keyboard and THAT instrument + effects would play.
And as Antony said, look out for your MIDI input channel settings on
your tracks. By default, they accept MIDI input from any MIDI input
(selected in your preference to receive instrument MIDI data) and on any
Thats is how it is... isnt it best just to leave that?
Then you need to check that the track the synth is on is selected for
recording or for monitoring - I guess you already know that, just to be
Actually not really... no checking if I see what you mean here... I dont RECORD at all yet in Abelton, so I have no understanding of it in that mode.
If you'd explain in a more detailed way how you work this, I could try
and do some howto, adding some screenshots (but not today I guess)...
Im afraid Im being about as detailed as I know how...
get a decent seven-octave keyboard! ;)
ahh .. yes... probably wise...
Then from Per
Why not using two instrument tracks instead of one?