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Raph-T
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22 posts since 28 Nov, 2017
I wanna to combine 2 instrument in mux and give different volumes for each one of instruments in mux.Could someone help me,sending me tutorial project how to do it.Btw how to give range for 2 instruments,i mean i wanna to set drums for c1-c3 octava and melody for c4-c6
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KVRAF
 
9528 posts since 24 Jun, 2008, from Europe
MUX is a modular tool which means you can add modules wherever you need, including volume controls etc. To answer your question: You can add a Mixer Strip module for each of these instruments.
Raph-T
KVRer
 
22 posts since 28 Nov, 2017
Thanks got it.But i wanna to set drums for c2 octava, bass to c4 octava how to do it?
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pljones
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6244 posts since 8 Feb, 2003, from London, UK
You want to have one MUX Event input module connected to two VST Event In connectors? Well, you start by dragging one connection from the Event Input module to the first VST's Event In connector. Then, once that connection is made, you then proceed by dragging a second connection from the Event Input module to the second VST's Event In connector.
Raph-T
KVRer
 
22 posts since 28 Nov, 2017
Pljones i know that,i meant is it possible to set some notes range for drum,other range for string,like in kontakt.
AndreasD
KVRian
 
829 posts since 2 Mar, 2009
In front of the drum VST add the Event Processor/NoteKey/Vel Filter module.
You can define the range of notes you want the module to pass on.
Put another module in front of the strings and assign the left over note range.

With the same Filter module you can also restrict to notes that are in a certain velocity range.
You can also filter by midi channel with the Midi Channel Splitter.
Raph-T
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22 posts since 28 Nov, 2017
Thanks Andreas,got it. :tu:

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