Record a midi-instr direct to a wav-file

How do I record a midi-instrument direct to a wav-file.

It works to a midi-file.

Is it possible to record an AUX-channel ???

It seems to work in other recording programs !? ???

If it is possible, it’s evaded me, so far. I’ll try again later.

I still have nTrack 6.

It must be very easy to implement within the software.
Every sample of the midi-instrument is iaccessible inside
the nTrack software (it can apply pugins).

And you also of course want to be able to record the instrument
not just the midi.

I in fact use a separate computr for my midi-keboard. :D

I just also wanted to be able to use one computer sometimes.

I am not much of an authority on midi. However, I think you can change a midi file to a sound file in N-track. My keyboard has an audio out, so I usually jut record to audio, but I remember changing midi to audio format within n-track. Just as a side question: if the computer has to change midi to audio on-the-fly wouldn’t there be a lot of latency?
Bax

Yes, Bax, with later v6 and v7 you can simply perform a mix-down of midi tracks without having to convert them as with earlier v6. In theory, a physical jumper cable could be used to loop out and back in to a sound card but monitoring the track that you’re recording to rather than the soft/synth channel that the VSTi is playing through seems to be impracticable - it looks like this is the case for a s/w Aux routing equivalent - (maybe it’s just my sound card setup).

Ok, I’ve just given this a couple of hours of one-to-one and I got a feeling that this feature or capability does exist within n7, or, almost does.

It might be worth any of you guys giving this a crack, at least to see if it works with other sound cards and setups.

Open a new project.

Enable midi/audio recording mode.

Create two new tracks; 1 MIDI, 2 Audio - arm them both.

In track 1 open a vsti.

In the main mixer, create an aux channel on the synth output that corresponds to the midi instrument of track 1 and route it to Track 2.

Hit record and play a few notes.

I got input VU action on both tracks whilst recording but sadly, so far, no audio.

I always used SFZ player sf2 fonts…(before I owned hardware modules)

made midi to audio mixdown a cinch.

dontcare :cool:

Quote: (dontcare @ Sep. 26 2012, 4:43 PM)

I always used SFZ player sf2 fonts...(before I owned hardware modules)

made midi to audio mixdown a cinch.

dontcare :cool:

Come on, Jerm. Give it a go - see if you can figure it out.
Quote: (TonyR @ Sep. 28 2012, 2:07 PM)

Quote: (dontcare @ Sep. 26 2012, 4:43 PM)

I always used SFZ player sf2 fonts...(before I owned hardware modules)

made midi to audio mixdown a cinch.

dontcare :cool:

Come on, Jerm. Give it a go - see if you can figure it out.

been der done that years and years ago,

that was how it was done, SFZ for the most part..

but I did also find another way, I used the audio out of my soundcard (M-audio sport something or other) into a mixer, aux 1 of the mixer out into preamp 1 of same said mixer (soundcraft compact something or other), main out into soundcard in.

lots of those little 1/4 inch stereo to rca adaptors from radio shack.

important note to remember, make sure the "monitor" settings of BOTH DAW and soundcard are off, otherwise you might get feedback from the loop this created.

dontcare :cool:

Oh PS Tony, there was one more thing I remember…

there used to be a feature “record what you hear” in Windows mixer.

here is a post I found from U.J. (Diogenes) detailing the setup procedure.
:agree:

Track Bleed thread

4th one down.

jerm
:cool: