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Video Tutorial: Recording MIDI outputs from VSTi’s

You can alter the voicings that the Chord Track in Cubase uses when it generates chords, but any movement in the part generated comes from the VST instrument or the MIDI inserts on that channel, not the chord track itself.  Sometimes, the output is close, but not close enough and you want to edit the part that the software has generated to fit exactly what you want.  This video looks at an example of how to achieve an editable MIDI part, by recording the bassline generated by Broomstick Bass as it reads the chords from the Chord Track onto a separate MIDI track, ready for alteration or simply to be allocated to a different VST instrument.


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