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Old 04-07-2020, 10:56 PM
Samba Samba is offline
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Default Re: MIDI Keyboard Sustain Pedal Sticks only when recording

Originally Posted by JFreak View Post
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... sometimes acts funky.
Is this issue with pro tools? I'm having a very similar problem..
Surely in 2020, Avid can get midi to run smoothly!
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Old 06-01-2020, 07:28 PM
Rectifried Rectifried is offline
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Default Re: MIDI Keyboard Sustain Pedal Sticks only when recording

same problem.. yes and the "midi merge" BS is the ****** culprit..WTxxx?!
this is 2020.5..pt Is like dragging you great grandfather to a pickup soccer game.. sit this one out Gramps?!? you cant.. Sustain!?? so fing simple
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