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TEKing66
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I'm kinda new to using MIDI, and kinda green yet on all the ins and outs of Studio One 2 Producer.
So I thought I'd ask the question here and see if this is possible.

I have a Acorn Industries Masterkey 49 USB MIDI keyboard controller, which doesn't require (or include) and software to run (or control it), it's fully plug'n'play.

What I want to do is split the keyboard into two (or more) zones, so that each zone (or range of keys) activates on a different channel.
(ie - C1 thru B2 = Zone 1 which operates on MIDI Channel 1, while C3 thru B4 = Zone 2 which operates on MIDI Channel 2)

Which would allow for VST Synth A to be driven by MIDI Channel 1 and VST Synth B to be driver by MIDI Channel 2.

Is there a way to do this in Studio One 2 Producer, or even a VST plugin that can do this?
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What's the purpose of different midi channels?

Your keyboard is going to put out ch1 on part of the keys and ch2 on the other?

Or this keyboard puts out ch1 over the whole range?

If the later is the case then make two tracks both set to your keyboard input.

Send one to VST A and the other to VST B.

Control the key range of each in the info panel to the left, you can set low and high notes there.

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TEKing66
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Oh, I found it, in the Inspector panel (I had that panel hidden from view, go figure).
Cool beans my friend, that is exactly what I'm looking for. Thank you very much for the help there.

As for the purpose, mostly I'm just experimenting, maybe it could work for playing a bass line with one hand (and instrument) and a rhythm on the other hand (with a different instrument). That is if I can get my fingers to cooperate
Studio One 2 Professional
NI Guitar Rig 5 Pro
'10 Epiphone Les Paul Studio
'09 Epiphone DOT Studio
'90 Fender Strat
Fender 12 String acoustic
VOX AD30VT
Crate GFX30
Digitech RP500
Dunlop Cry Baby 535Q
Acorn Industries Masterkey 49
 
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