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Old 11-18-2011, 12:26 AM
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Default two patches in a single voice?

I have a four-part vocal piece for training a choir. I change the volume and patch on a selected voice to be louder and distinctive to make a training midi for that part. The other voices are subdued.

Something I have done has caused two patches to co-exist in the tenor part. The one is reedy and percussive (I think it's #39, synth bass), and it will not go away unless I click the solo control on the staff. When I click the solo, only the intended patch is heard in the tenor. When I release the solo key, both the expected patch and the synth bass are heard in the tenor.

How can I get rid of the synth bass in the tenor? If I'm creating an alto midi, for example, and set all the other voices to a lower volume, the tenor's synth bass is still there, louder than the other parts.

Thanks for any suggestions
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