OMB can do it.
Go to Stylemaker page.
Press "Ctrls" icon ( just above tracks r/h)
Press "dest chan" ( near bottom right)
and you'll see each of the tracks " channel no's. You can edit them there. Most likely you'll find track 9 , set to midi channel anyway..
Do a "Save As" of the style as just in case you're using LS as your arranger. Always keep the original style and do a "save as" as a version 2 or something.
I've always got a backup of all my originals , just in case I mess something up in editing.
Changing drums. You have a couple of options.
Event List Edit
Click "events" icon on the track
Choose Events list or piano roll
Alter any events.
go to "track" top of page
you replace an old note with a new note & you can even alter the velocity plus or minus for that note.
You can do this for a number of notes.
You then press the save "icon".
This saves your conversion table, so that you can use it over & over again on different styles. You can also reload it and do further editing.
After you've saved
you choose "apply" to the track you want to convert ( track 10 or whatever).
You also decide whether you want to use it on only the current track 10 style part ( intro , variation etc), or all track 10's throughout style, in which case you tick " in all parts "
Press apply & do a save.
Other option may be to edit your soundfont drums. This is the option I'm taking, I'm hoping this may be the easier solution.
I've noticed that the volumes of a lot of the drums don't sound correct ie brushes drowning out bass drums, hihats louder than snares.
I'm hoping editing the soundsource may be easier than editing the all the styles.
I'm just trying to work out the simplest way to edit the font.
Originally posted by Starkeeper:
I know Frank Rosenthal uses Midiplayer II.
Any other suggestions?
Can OMB do this?
[This message has been edited by Starkeeper (edited 08-04-2006).]