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w7ptt
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How do I seperatly control the volume of each part/track of my Roland Integra 7 via Studio One?
When I create an external midi device (for the integra 7), how do I get
Separate volume faders for each track/part of the external midi
Device (the Integra in this case)?
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w7ptt wrote:How do I seperatly control the volume of each part/track of my Roland Integra 7 via Studio One?
When I create an external midi device (for the integra 7), how do I get
Separate volume faders for each track/part of the external midi
Device (the Integra in this case)?


Studio One doesn't work that way. You can't assign S1 faders to hardware. You can do the opposite but you can not control an external sound module via Studio One.

If the integra has independent outs for each internal track and you have an interface with as many inputs, you could do it that way but that all I can think of.

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You'll have to use the Instrument Editor Panel for this (Click Keys on Instrument Track in Arranger), Volume (CC7). I scanned the Implementation manual and it looks like its the same across all parts.
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kreeper_6 wrote:You'll have to use the Instrument Editor Panel for this (Click Keys on Instrument Track in Arranger), Volume (CC7). I scanned the Implementation manual and it looks like its the same across all parts.


Are you suggesting you can assign actual Studio one track faders to the modules internal volume?

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No, I'm suggesting that he uses the Instrument Editor to control CC7 Volume to change Part levels on the Integra 7.
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kreeper_6 wrote:No, I'm suggesting that he uses the Instrument Editor to control CC7 Volume to change Part levels on the Integra 7.


Cool. Thanx. I was just curious.

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So for external midi devices such as the Roland Integra, you won't be able to assign the faders per se to midi volume, as they are only for audio. But you can set automation for volume control on your instrument track. This would do the same thing. So enable "Automation" view and add the the Volume CC7 parameter to the list of automatable CC messages. Now you can edit the volume automation for that particular Midi Channel assigned to that Instrument Track.

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