BetaHawk as AU and midi problem

Hi,
I can't get beathawk (hosted as AU) to receive separate midi channels (eg channel 1->pad 1 drums , channel 2->pad 2 bass).
It works as IAA but not as AU. Am I missing something?

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  • What are you hosting it in?

  • ApeMatrix, AB3, AUM the same :(
    Haven’t tried BM3 yet.

  • I don't have BH installed at the moment but if I recall correctly it has separate midi-settings for IAA/Standalone and AUv3 modes so those might be worth to check if omni mode is on when running it as AUv3, if it is, turn it off...

  • Why not just pull up 2 AUs and send in midi into the pads for drums and the into the keys for Bass? That way you don't have to mess with turning off Omni mode.

  • @Samu said:
    I don't have BH installed at the moment but if I recall correctly it has separate midi-settings for IAA/Standalone and AUv3 modes so those might be worth to check if omni mode is on when running it as AUv3, if it is, turn it off...

    I did check, Omni is off. Unfortunately every midi channel is triggering only pad 1.

    @shiftsynth1 said:
    Why not just pull up 2 AUs and send in midi into the pads for drums and the into the keys for Bass? That way you don't have to mess with turning off Omni mode.

    Sometimes it’s easier for me to route different midi sources to one instance

  • I looked at my default BH AU prefs, and it is set to only receive on channel 1. Could this be what is causing the problem? This is the setting I am referring to:

  • I have them all set and I can send events to any pad.

  • The AUv3 in AUM is not multi-timbral.
    Only as an IAA. Same as something like bs-16i.

  • @Moderndaycompiler said:
    The AUv3 in AUM is not multi-timbral.
    Only as an IAA. Same as something like bs-16i.

    What? Sure it is. Can you explain what you mean?

  • edited June 13 Vote Up0

    You have to check send omni on pads box and uncheck send to selected pad box in AU settings. This works exactly the same way in standalone mode.

  • @Janosax Sending Omni will send any channel to all pads .
    I will give an example to understand better what I am trying to do :smile:

    Pad 1 has a drum kit
    Pad 2 a bass
    Pad 3 some brass.

    Midi Channel 1 should only trigger the drums
    Midi Channel 2 should play chromatically some bass lines
    Midi Channel 3 should trigger some brass riffs.

    As IAA it works , but not as AU .

    @Chaztrip all midi channels are checked :)
    @Moderndaycompiler are you sure multi-trimblar doesn’t work in AU mode ? Bug or it’s the way it works?

    Thanks all by the way for the help :)

  • edited June 13 Vote Up0

    Sorry I said exactly the inverse... seems that it works only in BH IAA.

  • @Korakios said:
    @Janosax Sending Omni will send any channel to all pads .
    I will give an example to understand better what I am trying to do :smile:

    Pad 1 has a drum kit
    Pad 2 a bass
    Pad 3 some brass.

    Midi Channel 1 should only trigger the drums
    Midi Channel 2 should play chromatically some bass lines
    Midi Channel 3 should trigger some brass riffs.

    As IAA it works , but not as AU .

    @Chaztrip all midi channels are checked :)
    @Moderndaycompiler are you sure multi-trimblar doesn’t work in AU mode ? Bug or it’s the way it works?

    Thanks all by the way for the help :)

    So why does it have to be AU? I just wish that Beathawk 2 would record midi infinitely instead of 16 bars..

  • Because the IAA does not support state-saving, so I though AU as a workaround.

  • @Korakios said:
    Because the IAA does not support state-saving, so I though AU as a workaround.

    OK... I see..

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