Record additional software instrument takes
When you’re recording, you can record multiple versions, or takes, in quick succession. Later, you can preview the take recordings and choose which one you want to use in the project.
Recording multiple MIDI takes is only possible when Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane.
Record multiple MIDI takes
Do one of the following:
Choose Record > MIDI Recording Options > Create Take Folders.
Choose File > Project Settings > Recording, then choose Create Take Folder from the Overlapping MIDI Recordings pop-up menu.
Control-click the Record button in the control bar, choose Recording Settings from the shortcut menu, then choose Create Take Folder from the Overlapping MIDI Recordings pop-up menu.
Drag left or right in the top part of the ruler.
The cycle area appears as a yellow strip in the ruler, and Cycle mode is automatically turned on.
Click the Record button in the control bar (or press R) to start recording.
Recording starts automatically at the beginning of the defined cycle area.
Use your MIDI keyboard, Musical Typing window, or onscreen keyboard to play some notes. Record as many cycle passes as you wish.
Each previously recorded take is automatically muted during recording
Note: Each previously recorded take is automatically muted during recording
Click the Stop button in the control bar (or press the Space bar) to stop recording.
The selected track contains a closed take folder with multiple take regions inside.
Open the take folder by doing one of the following:
Click the disclosure triangle in the upper-left corner of the take folder.
Double-click the take folder.
Select the take folder and press Control-F.