im trying to use fl studio,motif es rack, reason5, mpc 500, and pro tools together
15 May 2012 07:12 AM rahloe. 1 .
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    15 May 2012 07:10 AM
    Hello fellow war beaters! Im in need of some serious help. I currently use fl studio 10 as my sequencer. I rewire reason into fl studio, and I use my motif es rack through the midi outs. Also I have an ozonic as a midi controller, which is routed through my mpc 500( which I also use a a controller, I know a waste of equipment). Currently, my process for laying track is: use fl studio to sequence the motif rack, if needed-use reason5 rewire. open edison on the main mixer channel, record the beat into edison. Export the edison clip to the play list. Export project as .wav and/or.mp3. As you see, I totally bypass the important MIXING stage, I dont use the mpc 500(unless i use the kong or dr.octo racks in reason5), and every thing I did with the motif is just midi info. I just got ProTools MP9 and I want to track out all my instruments into individual tracks, but how do I do it with the motif? Since I have PTMP9, should I use PT as my squencer? if so, how do I track out the beats Ive already done? I cant find any videos or forums showing how to do this. I know how to rewire reason and fl studio to ProTools-how do Ie mot record the audio from the motif es rack??? pleas help me
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    15 May 2012 07:12 AM

    sorry for the typo in the last line

     

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