I’ve read up on creating midi recordings and playing them back from a media player, but I think I’m still stuck for my specific situation, or at least I can’t figure it out;
I play in a trio where I play keyboard bass and keys. I have a separate keyboard for the key bass which goes into its own rack. I also do sound for this band and it’s always tricky to sound check when I’m also playing. I would like to use a midi recording (so I know the level and audio routing isn’t any different) that the drummer and singer/guitarist can play along with so that I can do the sound from the front. I figure recording multiple keyboards into a single midi recording just makes multiple tracks. But how do I then split it properly from a media player, so that the bass notes go to the bass rack and the keyboard notes into the key rack?
Any insights are welcome. Bonus points if there is a way to quickly and easily “snap” this to the click/metronome. Ideally I’d play any song we’d want to soundcheck on the spot and record the midi to my metronome. Then play it back and head to FOH to set the balance.