You have to go to Edit -》Preferences -》Audio and check the box for "create jack outputs for individual audio insruments". Then just make the desired connections in patchage.

On Jun 12, 2014 6:50 AM, "Andrew" <nospam@flight.us> wrote:
Hi, all

I've always had the inkling that this was possible, because the interface options seemed to suggest it is, but now I finally need this functionality and am trying it but it doesn't seem to work.

I have set up two inputs at once - vkeyboard and an external keyboard.  Outisde of RG the two seem to work OK, in concurrence and without interference; I assign each input to a different output, in qsynth, and they are played simultaneously and produce two distinct sounds, without crossing over.

So, I wanted to use them both in a single RG recording session, recording two tracks at once, but track 1 getting input ONLY from vkeyboard, and track 2 getting input ONLY from the external keyboard.

And when I tried this, there was total crossover!  All the midi signals generated by both inputs got recorded on each of the two tracks tagged for recording.  Even though, in the instrument panel, under "Recording filters", I designated vkeyboard for track 1 and external keyboard for track 2.

I also tinkered with channels, though not thoroughly.

What am I doing wrong?  Or did I even infer correctly that this is possible?

thanks


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