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Posted on: September 25, 2011 @ 04:57 AM
Total Posts:  32
Joined  02-22-2010
status: Regular

Hello guys!

I’ve an annoying problem. Every time I record midi - all notes are doubled somehow.
Here is what I’m talking about:
I use Logic 9 on iMac 3 Ghz, 5 GB RAM.
I’ve plugged PA 588 as keyboard controller, and Yamaha Motif Rack XS as sound generator both via USB.
Every time I start to record I’m getting a double notes but in the same channel. For example 1. And Delete duplicates does not work, because there are very little difference between notes so Logic does not recognizes them as same notes.
If I switch off Yamaha - the problem does not appear. So I think this is caused by Yamaha. I’ve switched off local control on both devices but no success. Also tried to switch off transmit channel - does not solve the problem.

Any ideas how to tell Logic not to listen for midi in from Yamaha? Or how to tweak Yamaha not to send MIDI notes?


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Posted on: September 25, 2011 @ 11:11 PM
Total Posts:  1743
Joined  10-22-2004
status: Guru

Please describe all physical USB and or MIDI connections to and from the Motif, the Korg and the Mac…

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