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Pedal bounce in midi #2505158 01/29/16 05:36 AM
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carlspost Offline OP
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Hi All,  

After successfully connecting my disklavier to record midi on my pc,  I have found a strange thing happening with the pedal input.  

Instead of midi recording one clear 'pedal down'  event it seems to detect around 7 'pedal down'  movements.   I have read somewhere that it's called pedal bounce... Due to tiny fluctuations in the pedal movement (? ) 

Is there any reason why this would happen?  It creates a lot of confusion and complication when rendering midi files to virtual piano ...

Is there a way to rectify this? 

Many thanks...

Re: Pedal bounce in midi [Re: carlspost] #2797654 01/02/19 12:57 AM
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Jami Grant Offline
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Hi Carls, The pedal bounce should be done in real time and try the regular bounce instead of the pedal bounce at a place. Problem might be due to the improper usage of the plug-ins and it will work better if we operate the plug-in functions in real time and the system won't work if you operate the pedal bounce in offline.

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