[ddots-l] Re: Need some help

Hi Mike,

Firstly, how are you writing four parts at once? is it bass guitar with your 
left hand, Tenor Saxophone with your nose, Strings with the right hand and 
what's playing the piccolo or shouldn't I ask?

By using the Sonar Interpolate feature, in the first field, isolate an area of 
notes and in the following field simply change the midi channel. all the 
isolated notes in that area will now be on the selected midi channel.
Just keep repeating this process, until the bass guitar, Sax, strings and 
piccolo all have midi channels of their very own.

Steve W
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Mike Tyo 
  To: ddots-l 
  Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2011 10:53 PM
  Subject: [ddots-l] Need some help


  Hi List,

  I'm trying to find a way to split up midi notes onto separate tracks so I can 
import them into the Lime notation program. My brain doesn't think one part at 
a time when I'm composing music. I tried running a Cal script in Sonar that was 
supposed to accomplish this, but I didn't get the results I wanted; perhaps I 
did something wrong, but I really don't think I did. It split the notes all 
right, but it created a whole bunch of tracks with notes on each track. It 
didn't retain each voice as a single unit. When I experimented with it, I had 
written a dummy piece where I played four parts in. What I was hoping to get 
when I ran the Cal script was four tracks with each part on a track; but 
instead I ended up with something like 19 tracks with a note or two on each 
track. I couldn't play anything back at that point as it crashed Sonar.

  Does anyone have suggestions as to how I can accomplish this correctly, or is 
it an impossible task at this point?

  Cheers,



  Mike


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