- Once you launched CoGe and Logic Pro X, create a new MIDI Track on Logic from the Tracks menu. Select "An external MIDI or USB Device" and set the output to "To CoGe". The "To CoGe" MIDI port is a dedicated port of CoGe to receive MIDI commands, of course you can use any MIDI ports but for now we will stick with this.
- Once the MIDI Track has been created do a right-click on the timeline area, and select Create Empty MIDI Region.
- Once Logic created the MIDI Region, double-click it, which will opens the Piano Roll tab. You can add some notes with the Pencil tool.
- Now when you start playback in Logic, it will send MIDI Notes to CoGe. To assign a specific MIDI message to a Media Slot for example, do right-clicking on the Slot in CoGe, and select the corresponding MIDI NoteOn message.
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