Recording MIDI

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2017/05/22 23:05:02 (permalink)

Recording MIDI

Hi, I'm not sure if this is the correct location for this topic but here it goes. I have just purchased  two instruments from Indiginus. one being "strum maker 4" and the other "Renegade Electric Guitar" to be used in Kontakt 5. The issue I am having is with Strum maker. After setting the strum pattern, lets say 1/4 notes, 100 bpm and then record a three chord melody, only the first chord is 4/4. everything following is double time. I'm not sure at this point if it is a sonar issue or if it is a strum maker issue although  I don't have this issue with other instruments in Kontakt. Has anyone else had issues like this?
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    reginaldStjohn
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    Re: Recording MIDI 2017/06/07 19:47:18 (permalink)
    I don't have these libraries so I can comment specifically. However, it sounds like maybe a midi note you recorded, or that was already on the midi track, is triggering a keyswitch to change the strum pattern?

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