From: Alex Stone <compose59@gm...> - 2008-06-14 15:34:39
I'm really getting into RG now, and enjoying the process. The current
templates is 268 tracks, with 30 midi ports out to LSampler driving the same
number of channels. RG's eating it no problem, and i have my gig files on
tap ready to shoot.
Couple of questions, and i ask these after perusing the manual by default.
1. Can i insert a segment (new)into a track at the play cursor with a
keystroke? In the latest build with the excellent multi segment feature, it
would be useful to quickly insert a segment and keystroke into position in
2. In the matrix editor, can i 'cycle' between notes, making each one
'active' in turn, enabling me to use keystrokes to adjust velocity, etc..
It's ok to do this as i go, but if i want to go back and adjust a setting or
two, i can only do this with a click.
3. Can i cycle (with keystrokes) between segments in the main window? By
track or across tracks?
3. Can i insert notes in the matrix editor at the cursor with keystrokes?
(using a defined length with other keystrokes, which i've setup already.)
More to come, as i continue to learn, and my ongoing thanks to the RG team,
for their craftsmanship and hard work. RG gets better and better the more i
use it, and in doing so discover new features along the way.
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From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2008-06-14 22:25:51
On Saturday 14 June 2008, Alex Stone wrote:
> I'm really getting into RG now, and enjoying the process. The current
> templates is 268 tracks, with 30 midi ports out to LSampler driving the
> same number of channels. RG's eating it no problem, and i have my gig files
> on tap ready to shoot.
Great! 268 tracks is probably a record for us in a real world field test.
> Couple of questions, and i ask these after perusing the manual by default.
I think the answer to all of them is no. Sorry.
D. Michael McIntyre