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  1. Just read this in the Quick Guide: "This is where the Assistant, ‘the composer’s assistant’ becomes invaluable. It’s even possible to multitask: audition with the MIDI Player while adding new sub panes and expand the viewing area, and then open up an Internet link." Is this possible!? If so, how exactly to open a web link in the Assistant, please? Thanks!
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    MIDI Import

    Brilliant—Thank you Stéphane:)
  3. Sometimes I find I cannot focus the saving process on the current workspace; it won't save on command-s, and on shift-command-s, what is offered for saving is the .opmo file, no matter what efforts I can think to make to focus elsewhere than the composer. Anyone else? Solutions?
  4. Hello, new user here— among the first things I did with OM was to import some simple MIDI files, using directions in a video that has now been lost, as I understand. Just tried to do this again and realized I'd no recollection of exactly how to do it, or how I did it. I've read the two functions for doing this, and I definitely didn't use either of those methods before! Could someone who knows the method please describe it here, until a new video or other tutorial about it reappears? Many thanks in advance!
  5. Turns out a program change message CAN reset the channel strip. From the Logic docs: "You can remotely switch between channel strip settings by sending MIDI program change messages. This allows you to select your favorite sounds by pushing a button on your MIDI keyboard. To use this feature, you need to save a channel strip setting as a performance." Also turns out I had a few settings saved as performances (meaning they were saved into a folder called Performance, inside the Instruments folder for saved Channel Strips), certainly done out of ignorance, including the pr
  6. This is a tough one: Anybody know what could be causing a Logic track to load a very specific new channel strip setting whenever I hit Command 1 and Bus 1, channel 1 is set in the Prefs? I've tried with lots of different score examples that AFAIK don't specify any particular instrument… What sort of message could that be, anyway? It's not a Program Change one, is it?, since it's loading a different plugin PLUS a MIDI FX neither of which I had loaded originally…!? TIA! Related: In trying to troubleshoot this, I've tried closing Logic and with the same OM settings, setting a track in Live to
  7. Thank you, Stéphane; really enjoyed that and found it all very helpful!
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