Hi, couldn’t find this addressed in the search, maybe because it’s not possible, but I’m wondering if there’s any way I can save a midi track’s settings the way you can save track and midi machines/kits in the Monomachine and Machinedrum. Now I’m using an OT and Rytm and with the OT I have to set up my tracks from scratch every time, or dig around for a pattern I had set up the way I wanted and copy/paste (doesn’t work when switching projects). Having midi templates was especially helpful. Is there any way to save this stuff or is it simply find the part, copy/paste, and no way to paste to a new project, deal with it? Thanks.
Imho the midi tracks are being stored within the parts per bank per project
So new part - new midi track setup up
Global midi settings (transport, sync, channel, etc) are being stored within project settings
Just keep in mind that midi tracks are more or less the same like audio tracks --> parts
Copy/paste of the midi tracks should work - copying over projects check out octaedit
You can make a project template with your settings, copy parts.
It is possible to copy parts between projects.
Looking into this, thank you
Midi Machines (aka Midi Track settings) are stored per Part. So one approach is to have a template for example; then copy/paste as required.
OctaEdit has a Library in it; which allows you to have Entries. Entries can be at essentially any level, Bank, Part, Midi Machines, Midi Machine, Note, Arp etc. Any other questions you want about OctaEdit, feel free to ping me a pm.
Personally I use OctaEdit (no surprise there); and just have library entries for everything I want / need. Normally I use six midi machines for Virus TI; spread across six midi channels; one midi channel for Analog Rytm; and the last for secret squirrel business.
Disclaimer: I’m the developer of OctaEdit.