In this thread there was explanation that the methods discussed to add Reverb were for Instrument tracks because they have audio which reverb acts upon. And that reverb won’t act directly on MIDI tracks because they output MIDI data. So far I get it and can insert Reverb in Instrument tracks with no problem.
But as for the original question of adding Reverb to a MIDI track, not an Instrument track, the answer was:
“As Enjneer explained it’s the instrument output that is being triggered by the MIDI track that you need to find and apply your effect to.”
So exactly how does one go about doing this and finding this illusive instrument/audio output of a MIDI track ?
Specifically for example I have a MIDI track and an F11 rack populated with a few instances of Kontakt and have some
Kontakt library instruments loaded in them. And they play fine. But I don’t like the Reverb that is built into Kontakt.
So exactly where do I find where these audio outputs from Kontakt are, and how do I insert REVERB in them ?
Same question for a non-Kontakt MIDI instrument like Halion ?
This is really buggin’ me and Youtube videos on inserts, sends, FX just confuse me all the more. I would really, really appreciate the specific instruction for adding Reverb to MIDI channels for this slow dunderhead. Tnx.