There are no replies made for this post yet. My settings all seem to work fine meaning the VST plays just what I play on the Motif, nothing more nothing less so long as I play the notes. You mean notes you recorded into the ES sequencer. This is not semantics Forgive me but I have no experience with this VST “Strum” – and what it is or how it works or how you are using it. You may only be holding down a C minor 7 chord as a whole note, meanwhile all this fabulous strumming and note picking is going on. I normally see no dots until I play; however, when notes hang I see green dots even though nothing is being played.
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Accepted Answer Pending Moderation. Double-click the first device. That will tell you some thing. I mention this only because clearly you are sending notes into the VST from an external device.
mtif Right now, all tracks come in to the transcription program assigned to grand piano. This will create a. When you say you “start the arpeggio to play a section” – know this: And since you don’t mention that part of your setup, you may just be leaving it as it defaults.
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This could be the source of you “unknown” notes. You should only select one port for your application. Maybe the VST is misreading a sequencer stop as a held note on instruction? There is at least one set of small triangles at the bottom which represent MIDI ports.
Please login to post a reply. So now I got my SMF file to export but when I uploaded it into my transcription software, it read and played all 8 tracks using the same grand piano voice instead of the drum, piano, guitar voices I mixed into the various tracks of my pattern Miri sure that is all clear to you, but I’m having a difficult time following what you wrote.
I am just trying to put a few of my original composition on paper and improve my note reading skills.
Please verify and answer. However, you are not allowed to reply to this post. It is Midi events on a track. Because the arpeggiator does not record notes, againit is real time only.
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And since the ES has multiple channels of data this might be the cause. Once you record it, it then is considered MIDI event data and is indistinguishable from any other note data, any other MIDI events that can be viewed on the track.
The view of the graphic interface does not really help me; the MIDI setup screen, if there is one, would be helpful. They are perhaps predisposed to expect that to be the source.
I have never exported to work with Mkdi before and wasn’t sure if any instrument including drum kits could be assigned and read on any track. A port has mogif Midi channels. That not only sounds confusing, it is confusing.
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You cleared up that its only note on events and controllers which I guess applies the same to any instrument on any MIDI channel?. Accepted Answer Pending Moderation. I don’t think that Cubase is involved in my held note problem because I have experienced held notes using the VST standalone connected directly to the Motif, through my laptop with no DAW running.
If a Pattern set the Pattern number and the Section letter you wish to export. It is no longer YOU playing the data, it is in effect the arpeggiator that is “playing” the external tone generator. I ws8 careful to ONLY configure my tracks to only send the one channel of notes out track Those held notes are the ones you undoubtedly use to trigger send instructions to the ES arpeggiator.
The Motif ES can transmit on any single Midi channel.