The Difference Between A MIDI Track and An Instrument Track

- Sep 04, 2018-

The MIDI track is used to input the midi notes and the MIDI expression controller. The instrument track is used to load the instrument (soft source). The effects that can be loaded in the instrument track are audio effects such as reverb, delay, compression, etc. The instrument track responds to the MIDI track command to trigger the soft source to make a sound.

For example, in the case of three instruments including piano, guitar, and string:

1. Create a musical instrument track, mount the kontakt sampler, load 3 instruments, 1 channel piano, 2 channel guitar, 3 channel strings, and then create 3 MIDI tracks, set to channel 1, 2, 3... (Of course, the instrument track can default to a 1-channel tone, as well as the creation of two midi tracks.)

2. Create three instrument tracks, each of which is loaded with a kontakt, which is set to piano, guitar, and string. This does not require setting the output.



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