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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0007802||bugs||2019-08-29 19:56||2019-08-29 22:40|
|Platform||PC||OS||Manjaro Linux||OS Version|
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|Summary||0007802: MIDI regions have sticky notes, reveal the problem after applying "Remove Overlap"|
|Description||I'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 Information||I'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.
"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