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Old 05-21-2017, 08:11 AM
shyness shyness is offline
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Default Problem with a pedal

Hallo. Could you please help with a following question. I work with a pedal on my YAMAHA piano, and while recording a track in Pro Tools First, some parts of a track are recorded with a pedal (prolongated sound) and some are not (blunt sound, as without a pedal), although I press a pedal at this moment. Or sometimes is it recorded absolutely fine (with pedal, if I press one), but as soon as I listen a track after recording, it is over again irregular in this matter, some parts sound "with pedal" some "without". It is impossible to work with a program, because a sound of a pedal is not controlled. Please help me so solve the problem.
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