This article explains how to use MIDI controlled plug-ins with audio files in LUNA.
Note: This example is for playback with audio tracks that have already been recorded. However, MIDI can be recorded in real time.
1. Add the MIDI-controlled plug-in to an audio track:
2. Configure the MIDI controlled plug-in to receive MIDI input. See instructions below with examples:
Disable “TRANSPOSE CHORD”
Antares Auto-Tune Realtime
Enable “Target Notes via MIDI”
Auto-Tune Realtime Advanced
Enable “TARGET NOTES”
3. Create an Instrument track with no instrument loaded. Set MIDI IN to the MIDI controller being used to input MIDI. Set the MIDI OUTPUT to the desired audio track.
Once setup is complete, you can manually draw MIDI notes or record MIDI notes in realtime on the “Instrument” track to trigger the MIDI controlled plugin on the audio track. See the example below.