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SL and MIDI

Postby protein kyn » Sat Jun 22, 2013 6:18 am

Hi
I downloaded the last version of SL and I have a problem with MIDI bindings. When I create a link with my BCF2000 I can't modify it or remove it. It depends of the command. If I create
undo, for all loops chanel 1 cc 73 and I want to move on cc 65 for example I can't modify or remove it! It's a bug or an error from me??

Thanks
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Re: SL and MIDI

Postby kasbah » Wed Aug 07, 2013 5:44 pm

Hey, sorry for the late reply. From your description I can't fully understand how to reproduce this. Could you post step by step instructions?
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Re: SL and MIDI

Postby meznom » Wed Oct 16, 2013 1:31 am

I believe I am seeing this bug as well.

To reproduce:

  • right click e.g. "record" -> "Learn Midi Binding"
  • press a cc button, e.g. sustain pedal, cc 64
  • go to preferences -> midi bindings
  • try to modify binding for cc 64 -> creates new binding
  • try to remove binding for cc 64 -> does nothing
  • only way to get rid of the binding is to press "clear all"
  • notes and program change are fine, it's just cc

  • create the very same binding directly in the midi bindings dialog (i.e. not via midi learn)
  • works as expected (can modify, remove)
  • behaviour is slighly different
    • binding via midi learn
      • push button -> starts recording
      • push button again -> stops recording
      • push and hold button -> starts recoring upon push, stops upon button release
      • (same behaviour as for a keyboard key)
    • binding via midi bindings dialog (exactly the same binding, in the dialog)
      • always starts recording upon press
      • always stops recording upon release
  • arguably for buttons that send cc, the first is the more desirable behaviour
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