- Please make sure to assign a MIDI track to your Virtual Instrument.
- Be aware that clicking on the plugin's on-screen keyboard makes the plug-in play, but does not send MIDI data to the host. That's why recording is not possible this way!
- The same goes for hitting the record button while the instrument is playing. It won't record anything.
To record please
- use either an external MIDI device (e.g. a MIDI keyboard) or use the host's MIDI editor, which comes with most DAWs. You can record the MIDI notes which trigger the plug-in, but not the plug-ins internal MIDI signals! Of course you can always bounce the MIDI track to audio.
- You may want to use the built-in MIDI drag&drop feature (please check whether this feature is available for your plug-in)
Perfect for recording: A Midi keyboard.
Add and edit Midi notes in your host's Midi Editor.
Clicks on the on-screen keyboard are not recorded.
Still confused about recording your ujam plug-in? This is a quick showcase of ''How to record'' with ujam, made in FL Studio 20. We hope this will help you!
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