Is there a way that I can mix a midi track being sent to Superior Drummer (as a rack instrument), just as it works with a track being sent to Halion Sonic (or whatever)?
So, midi tracks sent to HS appear as individual tracks on the mixer, and their individual volume can be adjusted just as if they were an audio track. But, when midi track is sent to Superior Drummer (exactly the same way), the fader changes nothing and you need to go in to the SD’s mixer view to achieve (mix) the same result.
Is this just a Superior Drummer thing, or is there a setting I’m missing?
I always thought that a the fader for a midi track essentially worked as a midi controller, reducing the midi master volume for that midi channel, but it doesn’t seem to work that way with SD. Obviously, a single note trigger to SD does more than just play a single tone - it’s then split between various mic positions (all controllable within SD) etc etc, but I thought that the midi fader signal would be pre-VST.
What I’d like to be able to do is dissolve my midi drum tracks and then mix the drums individually in the Cubase mix view , rather than having to go to the SD mix view (unless I want to tweak it more precisely).