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OmarSanchez
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Hi All!

I'm trying to load an instrument on one of my tracks on logic pro 9.10, but it won't play on certain ones....is there some type of "channel" that I may need to change for it to play? It'll work on the first channel, but then the rest of the instruments are silent, unless I record using any kontakt sound library.....I'm having issues with those I've already recorded using my old sound library, and I'm trying to change it to Kontakt instruments.

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The kontakt instruments have a range settings in their information, that will be the range will play no matter what's the range in the note map, you may enlarge the the range of trombone from E to low Bb (using same sample) and it won't play that low Bb unless you edit the range in the instrument config.

 

 

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Ah is called "Key range"

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Hopefully by now you've solved this problem but otherwise I'll try my best to offer some tech suggestions.  I use FL Studio so I don't know how good the carry over may be but I always figure new ideas are good so I'll give it a crack.  

 

You said it's only for old files, could it be that you accidentally recorded in different midi channels?  If I input a midi file from say Finale into FL Studio it often messes up the midi channel order.  Then I have to manually go into Kontakt and change the VST midi channel to whatever FL Studio assigned in the piano roll.  Then it will play correctly.  It will play correctly no matter what when I use players other than Kontakt so it must be something on Kontakt's end.

 

Regardless, I hope it is working now and my rather dubious suggestion is a moot point.  Otherwise I'll try to rack my brain for other ideas.  I think I've managed to break almost everything at least once while learning FL Studio.   :)

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If you generally use a single instance of Kontakt per instrument, you can go to Kontakt's settings and change the "MIDI channel assignment for loaded patches" to "omni". It's in the "handling" tab in Kontakt's settings. That way instruments won't get accidentally set to a different channel, leaving you troubleshooting why you aren't getting any audio out of Kontakt. ;)

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