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Fri Jul 30, 2021 4:34 am


Recording Hardware Audio with Midi Data


I recently bought a hardware drum module (Alesis D4) to try and get into a more tactile production flow.
The problem is once I record the midi and quantize it, I can't render the pattern as an audio clip. I don't get any errors, just a "nothing" recording.
I can record the audio and MIDI at the same time if I try to play it like a real instrument, but then I'm missing the convenience of quantization.

Can this be overcome somehow? I'm guessing the issue is "MIDI OUT" is not a VST, so FL Studio can't rip audio from it or something.


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Fri Jul 30, 2021 8:12 am


Re: Recording Hardware Audio with Midi Data

Hi there Seems you recorded the notes. and the...

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