Been following the AB forum discussion concerning the above video.
I tried following the “Xequence 2 with StepPolyArp” example in the manual, subbing Arpeggionome Pro for StepPolyArp, and was able to get Xequence 2 to record Arpeggionome Pro MIDI data, while Arpeggionome was playing Spectrum’s Resonator (hosted in AUM) at the same time. I was also able to get Xequence 2 to replay the MIDI data back out to Resonator.
However, I was unable to get Rozeta Particles (in AUM) to work similarly with Xequence. This video will help a lot since it shows an example of Rozeta Collider playing another AUM-hosted synth, and MIDI data being recorded into Xequence.
The dev posted this response:
Two small suggestions: It is preferable to send the MIDI directly to AUM (select “AUM” as MIDI destination) and enable “‘AUM’ Destination” instead of “Xequence Source” in AUM’s channel popups. No need to turn on “Virtual Source” in Xequence then, and you will get better timing. Also, it is easier to see the actual MIDI routing at a glance.
(“Virtual Source” is primarily meant as a last resort when you want to control an app that doesn’t have a virtual destination).
And there’s no need to set the recording sources for a track if you don’t want to do Multitrack Recording – everything that’s received from any source or channel simply gets recorded on the current track
Again, thanks for the great tutorial and hands-on video!