I realize that a work-around is to create a new pattern and just copy the channel data that you want to use for your "ghost" work. (E.g. lets say you're building a melody line off some chord track, or accentuating some syncopation from one percussion to another, and seeing the ghosted percussion material is unwanted). The slight disadvantage of using a bogus pattern as a way of doing this work is that once done with the ghosting work you then have to copy your work back into the pattern that HAS the percussion material .
AFAIK what I'm asking for below is no easier work around than the above.
It seems to me that a quick way to accomplish would be, rather than create a new pattern and copy everything but the percussion, or some other channel to be left out (that's making it difficult to "see" what you consider that you're "following" from the ghosted notes)
If I could just select the channels that I specifically want to see ghosted I could save a bit of time, rather than creating a whole new pattern and copying everything I need - skipping what I don't etc.
I thought about suggesting this a few times but am just getting around to it.
Post your ideas and suggestions here
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BinaryBorn wrote: ↑Mon Apr 19, 2021 6:09 am +1 ...
Ah now I get it! Sorry, I misunderstood. I thou...