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PX-360 - Can I change tone of already recorded MIDI item?

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Hello there :)

I am recording my new stuff with Privia and doing it first time using MIDI recording section. Since I have no satisfactory VSTs on my PC, I'd rather use Privia's interface and then work on it further.

I like to work on some tones but later I often change them, when all paths and items are recorded and put together to change overall sound and blend.

 

So my questio is: 
Is there a way to CHANGE TONE OF ALREADY RECORDED 'solo track' in Privia's MIDI interface? It would be helpful as hell. I even hoped for changing in 'on fly' to hear how the tone changes the piece. But I cannot find answer in internet or manual :/ 

 

 

Thanks in advance ;) 

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Unfortunately I'm not aware of any way to edit header data on the PX-360.  That is what is needed to change which tone is recorded to a track.  Maybe someone with a PX-360 can chime in here.  There may be a workaround, but I don't have access to a PX-360 to check.  

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Oooh, I was hoping for some help.

 

Because I wanted to use my piano as a sound base. You know, compose a piece on my PC and then import it in PX-360, give it nice sounds and export as audio. 

But if doing so, PX is giving piano tone for all MIDI tracks. 

 

Really no way to somehow make my dream true? ;) 

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If you are using sequencer software on your computer, you can add program and bank change data for each track in the software itself.  The tone list in the PX-360 users manual appendix section will give you the program and bank numbers needed for each tone.  

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Yes.

Get any DAW (like free version of  StudioOne).

Import in it MIDI track you have.

Playback MIDI track in DAW and output it to Privia.

Assign desired instrument to the corresponding channel.

 

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