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MultiGrid MIDI routing

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What would be the easiest way to route MIDI messages like notes from the output of one track into another track inside the same MultiGrid? I mean I would like to route the output of a sequencer sound of one track into a synth sound of another track. Thanks
asked Jan 10, 2016 in Controllers, OSC & MIDI by knut-kaulke (Adept) (1,240 points) 1 flag
It's not easy to do right now, but that is something we are working on.  Stay tuned!
Not sure, but I think you can translate your MIDI messages into EventValues using SoundToGlobalControllers, then add the EventValues to the Gridwide Shared Controls. Finally use those EventValues on your synth Sound. Might be a workaround..
Thanks for your answers. in the meanwhile I have sent all my MIDI-Notes to my DAW. mapped it to new MIDI-Channel and sent it back to Kyma. It works fine now.
But I have one more wish: It would be awesome if I could send MIDI to more than  one port of my KymaConnect. For Example: Because I use two NordDrum2-Synths which, receive Program Change messages at Channel 10 and I would like to change the Programs differently. Currently I've built a workaround in MAX for Live which does his job.
I'm also looking for this answer - how can I use MIDI generating sounds in the multigrid and route them throughout the multigrid?

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