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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:24 am 
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Just trying to record (using the SONG MODE on the ES sequencer) the Alto Sax voice. Sometimes I can hear all notes I played and other times I don't hear notes. This happens anywhere and any time during the playback.
When I play or record the voice or record it..........it all seems fine, just when I playback the recording it ain't all there anymore
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What am I missing here?


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Please disregard this post. I found out why it is doing that. Once I unplugged the Breath Controller everything played back just fine. Sorry about taking up this space.

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I was gonna ask you if you had gotten the breath controller yet. If you haven't noticed yet , there is a set of patches optimised for the BC.

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so, now I do have something that I can not explain ...............I have the BC connected to the Mo and I am in SONG mode. Recording on Track 9.
I cancelled out the original voice for track 9 and only play the trumpet onto track 9, but I am also listening to the other tracks at the same time.
I feel that I need to hold back with the pressure on the keys, still ok here (however I can not yet produce the sound yet as I like it) but, when I play back the recording with the BC disconnected I find out that some keys are skipped. Why is this happening?

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Are you recording to the Mo's sequencer or the G ?

Why the song mode ? I'ld be in the voice mode if I was dubbing horns with the BC. The VL patches look for BC first and then note on/off messages and the keyboard velocity message is ignored. In the Common edit mode and set a midi filter much velocity and how much BC affect the patch. As you have probably already figured out , the little knob settings on the BC headset also greatly affect how it behaves. And the BC can be used with non-VL patches as well. Try a choir patch and use the BC to swell the voices.

If you are recording to the sequencer...........

The Mixing settings of Song mode or Pattern mode on the MOTIF already contain 16 Parts for the internal Voices; each of these Parts default to the corresponding MIDI Receive Channel when the Song or Pattern is initialized. When using Plug-in Boards, Plug-in Part 1, 2, and 3 default to MIDI Receive Channels 1, 2, and 3.

Since there are only 16 Channels in MIDI, the Channels for the Plug-in Boards may be the same as another Part being used in a Song, and this may cause unwanted doubling of voices. To avoid this problem, the corresponding MIDI Receive Channel of an internal Part should be turned OFF, so only the desired Plug-in Board Voice will be heard.
Turning OFF the MIDI Recive Channel for an Internal Part:

1) From Song or Pattern mode, press the [MIXING] button (LED illuminates).

2) Press the [EDIT] button.

3) Press the [1] button to allow editing of individual Parts.

4) Press the [F6] button to select Parts '1' - '16'.

5) Press the [SF2] 'MODE' button.

6) Cursor to the 'ReceiveCh' of the desired Part and use the Data Dial to select 'off'.

Also suggested reading..........

Working with physical controllers

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Since there are only 16 Channels in MIDI, the Channels for the Plug-in Boards may be the same as another Part being used in a Song, and this may cause unwanted doubling of voices. To avoid this problem, the corresponding MIDI Receive Channel of an internal Part should be turned OFF, so only the desired Plug-in Board Voice will be heard.
Turning OFF the MIDI Recive Channel for an Internal Part:

1) From Song or Pattern mode, press the [MIXING] button (LED illuminates).

2) Press the [EDIT] button.

3) Press the [1] button to allow editing of individual Parts.

4) Press the [F6] button to select Parts '1' - '16'.

5) Press the [SF2] 'MODE' button.

6) Cursor to the 'ReceiveCh' of the desired Part and use the Data Dial to select 'off'.


I did all of the above and that is working just fine. I am recording to the sequencer NOT the G in this case. I do need to try your suggestions using voice mode. Thank you much


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leob wrote:
I did all of the above and that is working just fine. I am recording to the sequencer NOT the G in this case. I do need to try your suggestions using voice mode. Thank you much


I did strongly suspect you were recording to the sequencer.

Yep the performance mode invites a lot of headaches with the PLG boards. It can be done but it's easier to do it in the Voice mode.

Another way is to just take the audio straight out of the mo and stick it in the Adub.

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