Override concert- and set-level key ranges
If a software instrument channel strip exists at the concert level, the concert-level channel strip takes precedence over any patch-level software instrument channel strips within its key range. This means that when you play any notes in the key range of the concert-level channel strip on a keyboard controller, you hear only the concert-level channel strip, even when a patch is selected.
Similarly, if a software instrument channel strip exists at the set level, the same condition applies for all patches in the set. That is, the set-level channel strip takes precedence over any patch-level channel strips within its key range.
You can override concert- or set-level channel strips for a channel strip on an individual patch, so that the patch-level channel strip takes precedence over the concert-level or set-level channel strips.
Override concert- or set-level key ranges
In the Patch List, select the patch with the channel strip that you want to override the concert- or set-level channel strip.
In the Channel Strips area, select the channel strip with the key range that you want to override the concert- or set-level key range.
In the Channel Strip Inspector, select the Layer Editor.
Select the “Override parent ranges” checkbox.
The “Override parent ranges” checkbox is available only if there is a concert- or set-level channel strip.