::::: Acoustica Mixcraft: Loading Magnus Choir VSTi and Selecting differents presets in this VST host .:. Acoustica releases Mixcraft 5 ::Mixcraft is an affordable multi-track audio and MIDI recording studio that enables you to compose original music, record your band, create a podcast, or remix a song. Use it as a multi-track recorder or as a music loop remix program.: AudioPort Universal is a cross-platform software for hosting VST sampler or synth plug-ins and sending their multichannel digital audio output over gigabit Ethernet to a sequencer or DAW - no audio cards needed. iPhone OS :.: FL Studio Mobile allows you to create and save complete multi-track music projects on your iPhone or iPod touch (iPad can use this App as non HD version).:::::::FL Studio mobile will allow you to create complete multi-track projects on your i.Pod, i.Phone or i.Pad and, if you want, load mobile projects into FL Studio and take them to the next level. Choosing A Virtual Instrument Assuming the track is a Virtual Instrument Track, click the instrument piano keyboard button to bring up the Instrument Preset window. This will bring up the instrument preset window. Click on a category and then click on a preset. Click the [x] button on the top right of the window to hide the instrument dialog. Alternatively, you may click the instrument button on the track header to toggle the visible state of the instrument preset window. There are three special categories: , , & . This means that you have made your own custom virtual instrument. Learn more about creating a custom virtual instrument patch. This category will show all available virtual instruments on your computer, including any external ones. The bundled synthesizers include Acoustica Instruments, Impulse, MinimogueVA and VB3 Organ. VSTis are the only supported type of plug-in. If you have a virtual synthesizer that is not showing up, you may have to edit your VST Effect folders. Acoustica Instruments - This is a general MIDI synthesizer with additional banks of sampled sounds. Impulse - This is a polyphonic subtractive analog synthesizer. MinimogueVA - This is an emulation of the popular MiniMoog� synthesizer. VB3 Organ - This is an emulation of the popular Hammond B3� organ. When you click on a virtual instrument, the window will expand and you will see the following: Click on the preset column to select a preset. Learn more about creating your own virtual instruments. This category will show all external MIDI outputs or sound card MIDI synthesizers. If you have an external synthesizer connected via a MIDI interface, select the appropriate MIDI output interface. Please note that you will not be able to render or burn the audio made by these synthesizers unless you record them to an audio track first! - -: : : -:      

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Mixcraft is designed to work with virtual instruments and synthesizers.  


 

How To Select A Virtual Instrument 

Acoustica Mixcraft: Inserting New Track (Virtual Instrument=VSTi)

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To select a virtual instrument, simply create a Virtual Instrument Track by clicking Track, followed by clicking Insert Track, followed by clicking Virtual Instrument Track.


Acoustica Mixcraft: Loading Magnus Choir VSTi software

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This brings up the instrument dialog: Select a category and a preset. Close the window by clicking the [x] on the top right corner, if you'd like.  Make sure that the track is selected and then go to your MIDI keyboard and start playing!


Acoustica Mixcraft: Editing Magnus Choir VSTi GUI

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When you click on a virtual instrument, the window will expand and you will see the following: Click in Edit button to get Magnus Choir interface.


Acoustica Mixcraft: Selecting Magnus Choir Presets

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Save Preset...

You can save your preset for later use in other projects, as well.  

 

Type in a name and select a category.  You may create a brand new category by typing it in, if you wish.  Optionally, you can have the custom icon embedded in the preset file by clicking the Embed Icon checkbox.  When are satisfied, click Save.

 

New Preset

Click this to create a blank preset.  If you have made changes to this preset, Mixcraft will ask you if you want to save your changes.

 

Preset Files

Your preset files are located in your Mixcraft 4 folder under a sub-folder called InstPresets.  Preset files have a .instrument extension and can be traded and sent between computers and users.  (Please note that you will need the appropriate VSTi's and virtual synths installed so that they will work.)

 


Acoustica Mixcraft: Assigning Magnus Choir MIDI Channels

Acoustica Mixcraft: Assigning Magnus Choir MIDI Channels

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Right click on Mixcraft keyboard icon in Instrument Track -> Change Instrument -> Magnus Choir details box -> "Edit" button to get the GUI Magnus Choir interface -> Go to "MIDI Channel" section (next to VU meter) and press the grey MIDI button until you reach the intended channel. You can select between 1-16 channels or simply ALL channels. Often useful to assign a certain MIDI channel when you import a .mid file type 1 made in other application, which has been assigned different MIDI channel for each MIDI instrument.

Note: Standard MIDI Files come in two basic varieties: a Type 1 file, and a Type 0 file (a Type 2 was also specified originally but never really caught on). In a Type 1 file individual parts are saved on different tracks within the sequence. In a Type 0 file everything is merged onto a single track.  

   

 


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