Synchronization with DAW

Linking Synfire with your DAW

Hängende Noten

Dieses Problem wurde uns berichtet im Zusammenhang mit Cubase und dem EastWest PLAY System (EWQL). Es kann möglicherweise auch mit anderen Plug-ins, Sound Libraries und DAWs auftreten.

Wenn PLAY innerhalb einer oder mehrerer Drohnen in Cubase verwendet wird, kann es passieren, dass hängende Noten auftreten (Noten bleiben hängen, hören nicht auf zu spielen). Das heißt, offene Noten klingen weiter, nachdem der Transport bereits gestoppt wurde. Dieses Problem tritt in der Synfire Audio Engine nicht auf. Es scheint mit Synfire überhaupt nichts zu tun zu haben.

Automating Ableton Live native instruments from Synfire

This no longer seems possible with Ableton Live 9. You can use Synfire to send midi cc to ableton and use an instrument's midi learn to map the controller but the native instruments (all rack controls, operator, etc) do not work. They only seem to respond to midi cc sent from a real midi controller.

List of DAWs Compatible With Synfire

Basically every DAW that supports ReWire and VST or AudioUnits should work fine with Synfire. The following DAWs have been tested and are know to work with Synfire:

Full: Transport (ReWire) and Drones:

  1. Ableton Live
  2. Logic 9, Logic X
  3. Cubase
  4. Pro Tools (AAX)
  5. Reaper
  6. Presonus Studio One
  7. Digital Performer
  8. Tracktion 6

The following DAWs are known to NOT synchronize with Synfire:

  1. Bitwig (no ReWire)
  2. Harrison MixBus

    (no ReWire)

Synfire Drones and DAW "Track Templates"

Hi there,

if you want to use Synfire as a midi sequencer,
so...no Engines,no Rack saves,
just  Midi Drones and want to host everything in the DAW

this is the way that i am using  for long time,
with Reaper mainly and the FL Studio.
it was  kind a semi hack semi workaround at the first...
but then thanks to Andre now has official support!
called :
Transient Module.

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