Tutorial #3: MIDI Routing and Filtering on a Plugin
Each plugin in a rack (both instruments and insert effects) has a MIDI routing filter.
|•||All MIDI routing is per-scene and can change for each scene|
Press the arrow next to the instrument name and select the MIDI Routing tab:
The "From" column has entries for each MIDI input port. Right click on the "To" column to present a menu with choices for how to enable or disable MIDI from a specific input port.
Select an Input Port and Channel to display the MIDI routing and filtering for that input port/channel combination. Right click in the "To" column of a channel for a menu of options for enabling or disabling MIDI input from a specific channel, remap a channel, add a layer, etc.
A Key Range blocks MIDI notes outside a selected range of notes and also enables you to transpose the selected range up or down in half-steps. Four key ranges can be configure to do advanced ranges and splits. Uncheck "Enable MIDI Notes" to disable MIDI Note events from this input port/channel.
The controllers table enables, disables, remaps and layers MIDI CC messages. Press "Unity Map" to restore the default no remap. You can also do things like rescale between a minimum and maximum value, set a value to send when the scene is used (Init value), and set up advanced modes like Toggle and Snap.
Full discussion of MIDI Filtering and Automation