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Midi playback Problems

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asked Jun 6, 2018 in Studio One 4 by ameliajoffer (130 points)

I have encountered a problem when playing my MIDI keyboard (Nektar LX49+) to Presonus Studio one. The recorded MIDI notes show the full and proper duration they were held down for, yet when I play them back, only the initial attack is played in the form of a quick staccato note and the rest of the duration of the note is silence. In Real time, I'm able to sustain notes and use my pedal, but when I playback the recording I run into these issues. Can someone explain why this might be happening?

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answered Jun 13, 2018 by davidburke1 (360 points)
Greetings, Ameliajoffer!

I'm sorry to hear of this problem, and I don't have a solution, yet.  But I can tell you that I'm having the EXACT same issue, AND it didn't start until I upgraded to Studio One 4.

My keyboard is a Yamaha Stage Piano CP33, and what you've described is identical to what's happening to me.  I can, however, add the notes manually with my mouse, and they work fine.  But using my keyboard is a staccato disaster.  At first, I thought the issue was a reverse polarization of my sustain pedal -- something that's not uncommon.  But after further investigation, I've determined that the problem happens with my keyboard when using it in midi mode.

Please write back ASAP.  I need to know if you've made any progress to fix this problem.

Thanks!

David
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answered Aug 19, 2018 by patrickjoseph (140 points)
Hi there,

Just wondering if you got this solved.  No idea why this is not working for me, can see the midi data recorded the way it should be, it's not playing back the those rhodes / soft keys that I played earlier, and are there!  Mystery ... have looked everywhere, and I am sure it used to work before as well.  Pls help.   Thanks.
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answered Dec 10, 2018 by alexronin (190 points)
Same problem here! Like davidburke1 said playback sound as a staccato disaster! Someone has resolved this problem? Thank you...
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