I am using a TC Helicon Go Twin USB audio interface to connect to my iPad Pro running MIDI Guitar 2 and SampleTank as my synth. I am using MIDI Guitar 2 effects, e.g. chorus in addition to the SampleTank synth sounds. I would like to send the guitar output separate from the synth sounds. It seems that I might be able to do this by putting the guitar on the left channel of the stereo output on the Go Twin and the Synth Sounds on the right channel. I can send the synth sounds to the left channel but I cannot find a way to send the guitar signal to the right channel. I would appreciate your help in working out a solution. Thanks
The easy way to do this on an iPad would be to use MG2 as an AUv3 in a host program (e.g. AUM or Audiobus) and route MIDI MIDI to a synth instrument and feed direct guitar to your guitar amp sims/fx on seperate channels. Use the hosts’ interface tools and MIDI control for panning/channel control.
Sampletank for iOS/iPadOS only supports IAA which poses some limitations but you should still be able to get this working.
hidden feature for iOS:
click on the “MIX” label.
now it is split L & R
Note: the FX in the master fx should be full stereo to support the separation.
That’s a neat tip, Paul!
But since the OP is using SampleTank (not AUv3 compatible) I don’t think the audio streams will aggregate through MG2. Right?
OP wants the guitar from MG app on one channel. The SPLIT option will work for that in any case, be it an external synth or loaded auv3 synth.