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Old 11-28-2016, 06:39 AM   #22
stephane
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@hopi

This is another example of a .reabank file which combines several instruments.

Code:
Bank 121 0 Snare 1
0 Hit
1 Edge
2 Rim
3 X stick
4 Flam
5 Roll
6 Swell mf
7 Swell f

Bank 121 1 Snare 2
0 Hit
1 Edge
2 Rim
3 X stick
4 Flam
5 Brush
6 Roll
7 Brush roll
8 Swell mf
9 Swell f

Bank 121 2 Snare 3
21 Hit

Bank 121 3 Timbales
0 Lo Hit
1 Lo Edge
2 Lo Rim
3 Lo X st.
4 Lo Flam
5 Hi Hit
6 Hi Edge
7 Hi Rim
8 Hi X st.
9 Hi Flam
10 Hi Slide
11 Lo Swell mf
12 Lo Swell f
13 Hi Swell mf
14 Hi Swell f
This a file i'm using from Spitfire Percussion redux (Drums High)

Instruments are:

- Snare 1
- Snare 2
- Snare 3
- Timbales

Each instrument is loaded in the same instance of Kontakt on a different midi channel

- Snare 1 -> midi channel 1 -> Bank 121 0 Snare 1
- Snare 2 -> midi channel 2 -> Bank 121 1 Snare 2
- Snare 3 -> midi channel 3 -> Bank 121 2 Snare 3
- Timbales -> midi channel 4 Bank 121 3 Timbales

See in bold the corresponding number

Bank 121 0 Snare 1 : here, 0 means midi channel 1
Bank 121 1 Snare 2 : herec 1 means midi channel 2
etc...

nb: about this numerotation, this is not a personnal choice, this is how reabank works.

In that case all keyswitches start from number 0, except for Snare 3

Then, after loading the reabank file in the inspector, by clicking on the + button, you can select the appropriate instrument to see his keyswitches



nb: note the red checkbox value in the bottom of the inspector. it corresponds to the midi channel used by the displayed instrument.

So, the answer to your question is "yes", you can add multiple instruments in the same .reabank file.
Just define the appropriate midi channel according to your preferences.
Set the correct values to the keyswitch numbers.
Order instrument as you want. You're totally free to build your instrument definition and design it according to personnal workflow.

We can imagine an instance of Kontakt with:
midi channel 1: an instrument with multiple keyswitches
midi channel 2: an instrument with a single articulation (no keyswitch)
etc...
Just write the corresponding reabank file
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