tigermaster Posted October 27, 2011 Share Posted October 27, 2011 Hi, i have problems with the midi keyboard i use as master keyboard. Basically it gives a different midi message for note off events, compared to other keyboards i have in my studio. Looking at midi monitor, my keyboard gives an OFF message when i release the key (i believe is a velocity 0 note trig). While if i try with other keyboards i get a different message, instead of off there's the same value of velocity that i have pressed before, but the note icon is slashed. everything has been fine till today, but now i am usign an ipad as a synthesizer and i'm using a coremidi connection with wi-fi. Most of the synthesizers i have doesn't accept that kind of note off command, and i get a sustained note instead. Maybe i'm wrong but i remember on older logic versions that there was an option to manage note-off behaviour in order to choose wich one to use, i am unable to find that now, i've tried using also a transformer with no luck. any clue please ? Another issue i have with coremidi is that if i stop playing for more than a couple of seconds, then the first note i play isn't received by the ipad, or is played later, with a delay, all the following notes are played with almost 0 latency. Does anyone has already tried working with an ipad? i'm thinking about getting a physical midi connection using line6 midi mobilizer2 or ikmultimedia iRigMidi. Does those devices solves that issue maybe? Or maybe is because i'm still on 10.5.8? Does anyone with 10.6.x has this issue? And those devices are compatible with any coremidi compatible app in ipad or they must be made compatible by developers? I mean, if i can connect my device using wi-fi connection am i able to use those intefaces aswell? Just to make an example, moog's animoog or camel audio's Alchemy automatically creates a connection on my network session when i open the applications, so midi on the above devices will work instantly aswell ? cause on some applications there is a specific option for midi mobilizer, but i think is referred to midi mobilizer1,that was not coremidi compliant. I want to add also that this kind of problem is not present on all applications, i have it in Animoog and Alchemy but for example on Yamaha's TNR-ON everything is working perfect. it looks like there are 2 kinds of coremidi support used by developers, the one used by yamaha is perfect, it does not have this problem and it recognize correctly the note off event of my keyboard aswell, while the other one it looks buggy, it doesn't accept note off and has the problem i've discussed above. thanks for any input Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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