You can play the soft synth in real time from a MIDI controller or keyboard. To avoid excessive latency, your sound card must be using a WDM or ASIO driver. Also, you must set mixing latency to the lowest achievable level (probably less than 10 msec.), which you do by adjusting the Mixing Latency slider in Edit > Preferences > Audio - Devices.
5. If you want to save your soft synth settings, type a name in the Presets field, and click the Disk icon that’s next to the Presets field.When you play back the recorded MIDI data, you should hear the soft synth through your sound card’s outputs. If you don’t, make sure your data is in the right range; a bank, patch, and channel are selected; your monitor speakers or headphones are turned up; and that none of the relevant tracks are muted.You can add effects to each of the synth tracks. You can also add MIDI effects to your soft synth MIDI tracks.
2. Make sure that the Audio Engine button in the Control Bar’s Transport module is enabled.
Note: You can also open a soft synth’s interface by double-clicking its name where it appears in a MIDI track’s Output menu or a synth track’s Input menu.
7. If you want to save your soft synth settings, type a name in the Presets field, and click the Disk icon that’s next to the Presets field.
8. When you play your MIDI controller you should hear the soft synth through your sound card’s outputs. If you don’t, make sure you’re playing in the right range; a bank, patch, and channel are selected; your monitor speakers or headphones are turned up; your controller is attached to your MIDI interface; and that none of the relevant tracks are muted.
If your soft synth is patched into the Input field of a synth track, go to the Synth Rack, click the name of the soft synth to select it, and then click the Delete button. Music Creator deletes the soft synth strip from the Synth Rack and sets the inputs and MIDI outputs of all affected tracks to the next lower-numbered option. Music Creator does not delete the affected tracks.
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