So, in my limited understanding of how voicing works with MIDI, I have in mind a way I could do this, but it’s probably not the most efficient. Is there a video for how to do something like this? By my markings (div. a 3) I want the notes played by three separate players or sets of players.
What I was thinking was to ‘Enable independent playback of voices’ for the Violin, and then map each voice using the drop downs/plugins. But it became obvious fairly quickly I will run out of MIDI channels if each voice has to be mapped to a different MIDI channel even though it would be the same preset. I’m fairly certain there’s something major I’m missing here.
Please be nice to me as I’m still learning MIDI and how to use it with Dorico etc… Since I don’t know how to do it, I don’t necessarily know the questions to ask.
Also, since it’s a simple chord, I don’t want separate staves… I feel like that would be overkill since this is one of the very few spots in my piece that has this going on.
Ok, so since I made the original post (everything above), I discovered that each instance of SINE player is its own instrument and thus a new set of 16 channels each! Ok, so dumb newbie revelation, I get it. But that really answered a LOT of questions for me.
I know this isn’t the place for it, but if someone understands the ‘soft outs’ in SINE player please point me in the right direction.