#1306 MIDI recording filter doesn't affect MIDI Thru

One Of These Days
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nobody
midi (93)
2
2015-12-09
2010-10-13
No
  1. I have two MIDI recording devices specified in the MIDI device manager:
    a. "MIDI input system device" -> "16:32 Audigy MPU-401 #2 (duplex)"
    b. "QMidiRoute" -> "132:1 qmidiroute: out 1 (read)"
  2. On each MIDI track under "Recording filters" I can select the following devices:
    a. All
    b. MIDI input system device
    c. QMidiRoute
  3. No matter which device/channel I select, I only hear input from "MIDI input system device" when "MIDI Thru Routing" is enabled, although it does record from the correct source. However, this is very unhelpful in actual usage scenarios where I have multiple keyboards each on their own MIDI device or channel that need to be recorded simultaneously. Not being able to hear the input filters through the MIDI Thru is like working blind (or deaf?).

Discussion

  • D. Michael McIntyre

    Assigning to Julie, because only she has the patience to even try to work something like this out.

     
  • D. Michael McIntyre

    • milestone: --> One Of These Days
     
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09
    • Description has changed (adjusted numbering):

    Diff:

    --- old
    +++ new
    @@ -1,8 +1,8 @@
    -1)  I have two MIDI recording devices specified in the MIDI device manager:
    -     a)  "MIDI input system device" -> "16:32 Audigy MPU-401 #2 (duplex)"
    -     b)  "QMidiRoute" -> "132:1 qmidiroute: out 1 (read)"
    -2)  On each MIDI track under "Recording filters" I can select the following devices:
    -     a)  All
    -     b)  MIDI input system device
    -     c)  QMidiRoute
    -3)  No matter which device/channel I select, I only hear input from "MIDI input system device" when "MIDI Thru Routing" is enabled, although it does record from the correct source.  However, this is very unhelpful in actual usage scenarios where I have multiple keyboards each on their own MIDI device or channel that need to be recorded simultaneously.  Not being able to hear the input filters through the MIDI Thru is like working blind (or deaf?).
    +1. I have two MIDI recording devices specified in the MIDI device manager:
    +  a. "MIDI input system device" -> "16:32 Audigy MPU-401 #2 (duplex)"
    +  b. "QMidiRoute" -> "132:1 qmidiroute: out 1 (read)"
    +2. On each MIDI track under "Recording filters" I can select the following devices:
    +  a. All
    +  b. MIDI input system device
    +  c. QMidiRoute
    +3. No matter which device/channel I select, I only hear input from "MIDI input system device" when "MIDI Thru Routing" is enabled, although it does record from the correct source.  However, this is very unhelpful in actual usage scenarios where I have multiple keyboards each on their own MIDI device or channel that need to be recorded simultaneously.  Not being able to hear the input filters through the MIDI Thru is like working blind (or deaf?).
    
     
    Last edit: Ted Felix 2015-12-09
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Ted Felix

    Ted Felix - 2015-12-09

    I could not reproduce this. I hooked up two keyboards, put each one on a different track, gave each track a different instrument in fluidsynth, hit record. I can hear both keyboards, each playing the proper instrument.

    When the transport is stopped, both keyboards work, but they both go to the currently selected track's instrument. That doesn't seem to match what's being said here, so I assume that's a different issue.

     

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