Teesmo Posted March 20 Share Posted March 20 Hi, I'm currently using the Logic Pro trial (10.7.5), as I'm looking for a DAW that suits me best for orchestral music (been using Fl Studio to make EDM for 3 years). After having finished my template, I was about to start using the piano roll but encountered a few issues (according to other Logic Pro users, it's not supposed to behave like it does). Here is a description of those 2 issues: 1) When using the pencil tool, and adding/clicking on existing notes to the piano roll, the "note preview" only lasts for a short duration (preview as in what you hear when dropping a new note in the piano roll or clicking on an existing one) although the note is long, using a long articulation and my click also being long. (happens too if I load a new project with the default electric piano loaded in) 2) If I edit CC1 (modulation/dynamics) in the piano roll, and play the midi region, it seems like the note preview I talked about above is locked to the lowest CC1 value in the automation (making it impossible to preview correctly), even if I play the midi region again and pause when CC1 is up at high values (the playback itself is fine though). The only way I can get the preview back to a "normal" CC1 value is to end the midi region with a high CC1 and let the playback pointer go past the midi region. What I've done: - Add a few notes in the piano roll -> preview is normal - Edit CC1 -> preview is normal -Playback the midi region -> preview plays at the lowest CC1 value in my automation (for example 32 if it's the minimum of my CC1 automation graph) -Playback the midi region and pause at a moment where CC1 = 127 (for example) -> preview still plays at the said minimum -Playback the midi region and let the pointer go past the midi region -> preview plays at the last CC1 value in the midi region Any idea of what is causing these issues? The green button at the top of the piano roll is on, and the red one is off. Thanks in advance Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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