Best MIDI software for recording multiple midi channels?

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Best MIDI software for recording multiple midi channels?

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I used to use an Alesis MMT8 and it would record multiple midi channels at the same time. What’s the best option for doing similar on the ST or Falcon to record live playing material?

The only thing that I could find which isn’t readily available appears to be Pro 24, but can only record 4 midi channels at a time?
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Re: Best MIDI software for recording multiple midi channels?

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Almost any MIDI sequencing software is capable to record any play back multiple midi channels at the same time.

E.g. Cubase, Creator, Notator, Live, Twelve, Twentyfour, Sweet Sixteen, MidiTrack, etc. Just to name a few.
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Re: Best MIDI software for recording multiple midi channels?

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Thanks. How would I do that in Notator? I’m inexperienced and can only see how to select a single track/channel at a time for recording. If it can record 3 MIDI channels concurrently, that would be great!
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