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IDCategoryLast Update
0007802bugs2019-08-29 22:40
ReporterunfaAssigned To 
ReproducibilityN/A 
Status newResolutionopen 
PlatformPCOSManjaro LinuxOS Version
Product Version5.12 
Fixed in Version 
Summary0007802: MIDI regions have sticky notes, reveal the problem after applying "Remove Overlap"
DescriptionI've had strange problems with sticky notes in one of my projects.

I've tried using MIDI > Remove Overlap to maybe fix that?

What I think it did however is what the MIDI data actually sounds like.

How can I fix this? I made this just like any other MIDI region in Ardour ever, and this happens very rarely - now I don't want to remake this note-by note in the hope that the problem will go away.

I am using Surge synthesizer plug-in - which is a new thing for me.
I recall I had a similar problem when using this synth in another project before.

But how could the synth plug-in break the MIDI regions? The plug-in has no influence over how Ardour handles MIDI data, right?
Additional InformationI'm attaching three screenshots and my MIDI region data.

First it's my MIDI region as I arranged it in Ardour's piano roll, with my mouse.

Second - I'm applying MIDI > Remove Overlap

Third: many notes last till the end of the region and overlap a lot.
TagsMidi, VST

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x42

2019-08-29 22:40

administrator   ~0020768

"The plug-in has no influence over how Ardour handles MIDI data, right?"
A plugin runs in the same memory space as Ardour it can read/write to all memory addresses, corrupt sessions, and crash Ardour :) Effects may be immediately noticeable or only later or never.

Are you still going to attach the screenshot? The .mid file may also be helpful

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2019-08-29 19:56 unfa New Issue
2019-08-29 19:56 unfa Tag Attached: Midi
2019-08-29 19:56 unfa Tag Attached: VST
2019-08-29 22:40 x42 Note Added: 0020768