Why can't I route a Midi track to an Audio track?

Hi!

 

I just bought Stutter Edit from Izotope.

For the plugin to work, I need to place it on the audio track I want to "remix", and then route a midi track to that audio track. 

Multiplier gives a fast explanation here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBCHkA2kUQ0&feature=youtu.be

 

So it shouldn't be a problem. However, I have tried everything, and done everything I'm told to do. (I.E making sure the midi track doesn't have any plugins et cetera.) 

The problem occurs when I go to the "Midi to" meny to choose the correct Audio track to route to. The meny doesn't give me any AUDIO tracks whatsoever as an option - it ONLY shows other MIDI tracks. 

 

What am I doing wrong here? What am I missing? It feels like it's something stupid and obvious, but I just can't figure this one out by myself. 

 

So... any suggestions? 

 

I'm on a Mac (El Capitan, 10.11.6) and Live 9.7.

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acroyear2 9 months ago | 2 comments

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  • skipstream1969
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    Did you get a solution? Got exactly the same problem

    6 months ago | 0 comments
  • DuderJW
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    I've had similar problems and it looks like a bug in AU version. If you switch to the VST version, it should work fine. It's only taken me an hour to find out :(

    4 months ago | 0 comments
  • moofdefloor
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    if you make your default midi track have a simpler thats turned off u can route it to stutter AU

     

     

    4 months ago | 0 comments
  • skipstream1969
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    Yeah, it's an AU bug - I found out if I installed VST version of stutter edit (in this case) then it worked. Didn't try it in Logic or any other DAW so don't know if it's Ableton specific or AU specific

    4 months ago | 0 comments
  • Viv3k
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    Hey,

    You may want to try using a Simpler or a Sampler in some or the other way and then use MIDI to trigger you sounds. What you are probably doing is route tracks in a way that does not work out. Audio tracks cannot take MIDI information and process that, however if your track is a MIDI which is converted into a sound then the Audio Track can input that. Just Like that an Audio Channel will not understand MIDI fed to it. 

    I just realised after i replied to the answer that you're using stutter edit. Well, I don't know about the plug in, however I  suggest checking in it's respective user manual.

    I Hope that helped. 

    Cheers

    9 months ago | 0 comments

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