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  1. Hi if I record arm a midi track it wont turn off when I record arm a audio track. Is there a setting to make this exclusive regardless of what it is recordings? cheers
  2. Hey thanks Kraznet, that's awesome Yes I got around it by duplicating instead. thanks again
  3. Thanks Kraznet, but still not working for me what confuses me is that the loop starts at bar three and ends at bar five but the object length adds 206 ticks i'm still pretty new to samp so hopefully it's something simple
  4. Hi after tempo mapping, i selected a range and then add midi object to range. I then added some midi notes and the made it into a 2 bar loop (control L) I then stretched the loop out over the whole project but it didn't conform the grid that was tempo mapped. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Thanks in advance.
  5. Hey Puddin, cool name I'm learning sam aswell As far as I know you move the whole object left and then just stretch it out on the right side
  6. Thanks Kraznet No worries about the unsolved thing Thanks very much for your help Cheers
  7. Thanks for that kraznet but it still doesn't work but still works with audio so I can use the other tracks as a reference as to where in the song I'm recording. I'm using normal mode because I'm discarding the bad takes. On the good news front I got my serial number today so now officially a samp user, wish me luck
  8. No I'm using normal. Maybe I should try this with another vsti? . Thanks for your help
  9. No joy i'm afraid. I wonder what else i'm doing wrong.
  10. Thanks kraznet, I did try that but will try that again when I get home. I might have had some other setting like play vip not ticked. I'll let you know how it goes Thanks Garrick
  11. Hi kraznet Yes play vip while recording is already checked. I managed to get it working with audio but that was with software monitoring. I tried with mixer fx monitoring but no joy. Im yet to understand the monitoring modes Cheers Garrick
  12. Hi with audio when I make a mistake in recording I can stop or pause the transport go back a bar or 2 and press record, I have a 2 bar count in and while it's counting in I can hear the lead up to the mistake and then record over my error. Is this same workflow possible when recording midi? By that I mean to hear the midi that I played before when doing the midi record count in. Not the end of the world of it can't be done this way but it would be nice. Thanks in advance for any help
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