Is is the Software or the Hardware??MIDI???

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by munkee, Aug 22, 2003.

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  1. munkee

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    I use Cubase SX 1.06. I have a Fatar Keyboard Controller feeding a Evolution UC 33 Controller surface. Out of the UC 33 it goes to Emu, ASR-X, Roland MVS1 module. The UC 33 is USB.

    My MVS1 Keeps getting "Stuck Notes". I try and set the Midi Filters in SX but I still get the stuck notes.. I also had issues that when I would start the Record in Cubase Patches would change on the Modules. I tried setting all the Bank/Progarm change functions properly within the hardware, but I still have odd behavior...The stuck note is the worse problem. Therefore, could it be the hardware or the softare????
  2. JBlake

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    Do you have the modules hooked up the the Thru or Out ports? Are any of the modules sending MIDI Beat clock?

    In a daisy chain setup like yours, you should probably have each device responding to it's own set of MIDI channels. That way you won't have one device responding to a track intended for another. If you have all three modules set to recieve all channels then all will recieve any patch change info contained in the tracks.

    Hope this helps.

  3. munkee

    munkee Guest

    Thanks Jon, Out of the UC 33 Controller I go into a "Thru Box" which feeds the Inputs of the 3 sound modules. They are all on separate midi channels. The MVS1 is the only one that gets stuck notes.
  4. Guitarman

    Guitarman Guest

    Hey munkee,

    Make sure your modules are set to "Multi" or "Single" mode and not "Omni".

    Thats all I can think of.

    Best wishes,

    JD( o}===;;;
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