From Bounce Metronome
- I can show you how to make custom rhythms in Bounce Metronome.
- Or show you how to find and use some of the features.
These will be in the form of demo videos of Bounce Metronome in use so you can see exactly what to do and where to go.
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The windows you need to use here are the Parts window (keyboard shortcut Ctrl + 9), and the Midi Out Channels window (Ctrl + 60).
You need to go to Advanced mode and then to More Windows and Options in the menus to set the channels for each part.
And for melodic instruments need to go to Instr - Add melodic instruments if you don't have them yet.
Then - just use the Chann = Part button in the Midi Output Channels for Parts window (Ctrl + 60) and select a melodic instrument for each part in the parts window (Ctrl + 9).
To export to Midi use the Midi File Options window (Ctrl + 12)
When you import it into your DAW it probably has an option to read each midi channel to a different track.
If not, use the option in Midi File Options window to output a separate midi file for each part.
The thing is Bounce can't currently export in midi file format 1 which is used for separating out into midi tracks (though it can import that file format) but this is the next best thing.
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This is for melodic patterns that repeat over and over - rather than fractal tunes.