Ivy Note CV Harmonizer - record/print midi?

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provinceofnowhere
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Post 03 May 2021

I've just got Ivy and really like it for sketching ideas BUT...

...is there any way to record or print the midi from the extra notes it generates?

Or are there any VSTs/REs that do similar to Ivy and allow you to record/print midi?

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Post 03 May 2021

provinceofnowhere wrote:
03 May 2021
Excuse the bump but I've just got Ivy and really like it for sketching ideas BUT...

...is there any way to record or print the midi from the extra notes it generates?

Or are there any VSTs/REs that do similar to Ivy and allow you to record/print midi?
Yes, you just need to route it through a player device and then send the notes to track. LoveOne's MIDI-CV Converter is ideal for this. If you don't have that player, you can use Lectric Panda's (free) CVPT.
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provinceofnowhere
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Joined: 11 Apr 2018

Post 04 May 2021

challism wrote:
03 May 2021
provinceofnowhere wrote:
03 May 2021
Excuse the bump but I've just got Ivy and really like it for sketching ideas BUT...

...is there any way to record or print the midi from the extra notes it generates?

Or are there any VSTs/REs that do similar to Ivy and allow you to record/print midi?
Yes, you just need to route it through a player device and then send the notes to track. LoveOne's MIDI-CV Converter is ideal for this. If you don't have that player, you can use Lectric Panda's (free) CVPT.

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CVPT worked a treat. Huge thanks for your help.

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