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Old 05-25-2010, 01:32 AM
fman fman is offline
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Default Trigger - flamming on Midi input

Hi

Is anyone else getting less than satisfactory performance from Trigger?

I've noticed that no matter how i set the controls i still get a bunch of out of phase or delayed hits. I didn't expect it to be perfect, but what is driving me nuts is that even when i use MIDI into Trigger, it still flams some hits.

ie. using Trigger's midi input, i send a MIDI kickdrum track into Trigger, the Midi track having been created using Massey DTM. The midi track is lined up manually for every single hit, perfectly in time with the real kickdrum, but yet it still flams every so often.

If i use Battery or Structure to play a kick sample, it is perfectly accurate.

Any ideas why Trigger is not doing its job properly?!

I'm running Trigger v1.1 and PT7.4.2 on a Quad G5. OSX 10.5.8

fman
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