When playing back using
If you change a bank assignment to a different player, the new device is assigned to all instruments assigned to that bank. Sounds will need to be manually loaded in the new player respective to the channels assigned to those instruments (listed under the Ch. row of the ScoreManager).
For example, if you change Bank 1 from ARIA Player to any 3rd party player, all instruments assigned to Bank 1 (under the Bank column in the ScoreManager) are assigned to the new 3rd party player.
To assign sounds to channels after swapping banks to a 3rd party player
- Open the ScoreManager (Window > ScoreManager).
- Ensure the Ch. (channel) column is visible. If it is not, choose Customize View > Bank & Channel.
- Note the channel assignments of all instruments assigned to the bank that has been changed.
- Choose MIDI/Audio >
Audio UnitsBanks & Effects.
- Click the button next to the bank containing the new 3rd party player.
- Assign the sounds to the slots of the respective instrument channels.
Unloading a player from a bank
If you set a bank to none (---) in the
Loading a player to an unused bank
For existing instruments:
- If you load a player into a formerly empty Bank, instruments that are subsequently set to that bank will inherent the player's manually loaded sound assignments.
- Deleting the instrument assigned to the Bank will unload the player from the
Audio UnitsBanks & Effects dialog box if it is the only instrument assigned to that Bank.
- Changing the instrument will clear the manually loaded player (if it is the only instrument assigned to that Bank) and auto-load a new Bank according to the Sound Map Priority.
- Selecting a Sound Map for an existing instrument will clear the manually loaded player if it is loaded on the next available Bank.
If a Bank is not assigned to any instruments in the ScoreManager, but loaded in the