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    Great. Thank you. Do you know if there are any other alternative methods for this without M4L? I was trying to think it up the other day and I came up with an idea that's completely different.
    estevan carlos benson 3 years ago
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    I think you forgot to mention that if you're using something like a drum kit, you need make sure your sounds are on the right notes. I'm not used to using the MIDI scale tool and so I'm not entirely sure as to what notes are corresponding to each track. Track one is C. Track 2 is C#2. Track 3 is D1. Is it supposed to work this way?

    Yeah, this isn't working for me.
    estevan carlos benson 3 years ago
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    Making a drum machine like setup is a bit more work. I'll see if I can't fix something up tonight and pass on the results.
    [mlp] 3 years ago
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    I would like to use multiple step sequencers in a single project. Where I run into problems is that the faders on my APC40 controls the pitch of all the sequencers at the same time, changing the pitch of sequences i don't want to change. Is there a way to have multiple sequencers in a project all using the faders for sequencer note pitch changes but controlling only one sequencer at a time??? Maybe with the shift/bank selection buttons???
    toosavy 7 months ago