Select midi as the input source. Not 100% sure the workflow is the same in a digital piano, but I suspect it is very very similar. I've successfully recorded all but the latter. The Reaper manual will help you a bit, but midi comes from some very geeky guys in the '70s and can be difficult to figure out at times. There's great YouTube tutorials too. I tried with one channel.
Are you use kontakt as a vsti inside reaper frederik? I would be so happy if one of you guys could help me out. We are announcing a new policy that will hopefully simplify and ease the tension for every member of The Gear Page. Thanks a lot for your reply. Stop the program, and inspect the track to see if any data was recorded. In tutorials I've seen on the web, when I click this it should fire a sound but nothing happens no sound, nothing in the level meters in repear. Native Instruments support was not able to provide an answer or solution. What track did you pick to work on or is it a secret Things you've no doubt thought of, but worth mentioning.
Once you have these steps down, it goes much faster than it seems. Mustard , in the Library, with a lead pipe! Create a track in Reaper. In Pro Tools I made tracks and assigned them to a midichannel each. Set channel midi one on reason track, for exemple,to all midi channels for the third track created, and use the routing pannel of track one for send the audio channels you want on several tracks. For ending, make shure that, the pannel audio from rewire is configuring for send all channel of your Kontakt software, one by one.
Did you by any chance have a look at the response I posted in your other very similar thread? For now, that's a good thing to know. After opening Kontakt and chose one instrument assigned to channel 1. I'm using a Mac, does this have something to do with my sound card? My piano only has limited sounds about 20 as its primary function is as a piano and not a synthesizer. This way you record the guitar and if you tweak the effect in the hd500 you don't need to re-record it just works on your raw recording. Just try the simple part in the last paragraph first to see if you can actually record data, and play back something.
See if it plays back. Also the workstation works much better than the virtual midi keyboard if you want to record a vsti pluggin. So, either you need to route your midi input in Reaper out to a hardware synth eg your Yamaha or use a software instrument. When I play, theres an input as a thin red line, but no sound. That's a kind of analogue pre-runner to midi. It's a long shot, and I'd think you'd have done this already but if not here it goes. Sorry for the late reply.
On the keyboard, check if the midi through is enable via midi out, this may bypass the midi out. The grand piano sound is amazing it should be for the price I paid. I can see the recored Midi data in reaper when press the play button i cannot hear anything. I had some difficult to make this, but now it's good for the principal, virtual keyboard is ok. I have not had luck posting in the Reaper forum, and I'm waiting for a response to an email to Cockos support. I recently installed Reaper and have bought an Roland Um-One Midi cable to connect my Nord to the program.
Oki Computer, Photone, and Steampipe do not. You add those to a track just like any other effect. The Reaper tracks are not Muted. If you don't see it, then your system isn't recognizing it, and you need to either configure it to work, or, in some rare cases, you may need to go back to square one, and uninstall the Tascam device and then reinstall it again, making sure that you are installing all drivers available for the device. If under playback device it's set to M Audio you will need to use the M Audios headphones socket with either headphones or a set of small speakers to hear anything.
As said I'm not sure you can force the output to a set channel - you have to define it at recording. To learn about forum features check out the by clicking the link above. It might be, but I thought that, at this point, he has already triggered the D-12 which I'm assuming is a sound module and needs to record the audio from it. Thanks for considering this situation. Nope only spdif output, not input. I really don't know what to do. One thing about this game, you can't just expect it to 'just work'; you're going to have to turn things on and set them up.
I wouldn't worry about this mode yet. Hey guys, New Reaper user moving on over from Logic, and I'm having a wee bit of trouble with my vsti's recognizing the imported midi notes. I think Sowari is on the right track - you have match the midi channel on the track Reaper is very flexible as each note can be on separate midi channel to the Reaktor plug. If you do, they would be in a folder in Program Files. If that doesn't help, make sure you have the most current drivers for your M-Audio interface installed as well.