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Old 04-04-2000, 05:41 PM
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Default Importing a MIDI track into PT5 (for a MIDI knucklehead)

OK, I admit it early, I can use a lot more MIDI knowledge.

I have a groove created in Vision DSP. I export it off as a Multitrack MIDI file. When I import it into PT5, no matter how I slice it, the timing is all off, and the tempo is greatly slowed down. I'm sure this is basic, but I can't seem to find the problem.

I've selected to choose tempo from MIDI file, and again with use from current session, but it made no difference.

FYI - If I import it back into DSP, it's fine, so the export, I assume, is done correctly.
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