Sherz wrote:The function I use with consistent success is 'Delete Overlaps (Mono)'. Never understood why but 'Delete Doubles' didn't seem to do what I expected. However, I also then often have to follow that delete overlaps with a delete short notes because the first process often seemed to leave behind very short fragments. All rather annoying really.
jaslan wrote:If your controller is sending on multiple ports, the events are probably getting reported at very slightly different times to Cubase. If you zoom in on the MIDI events, you may see they they are not EXACT duplicates which means the delete doubles will not work.
Siseneg wrote:Wow, I finally noticed why my piano was sounding thin, every note was doubled. Erase double didn't work and overlaps left small notes everywhere... now I have hundreds of notes to delete!! Which is quicker, re-recording or deleting?
OldFecker wrote:I bet you 10 quid this still isn't fixed in C7.
alexis wrote:I think you guys may be a little bit off here. No blame was made in my post, simply observing that our forum showed it was hard for a fair amount of users to get Control Room up and running correctly on their systems. Just trying to get some advice on not making the same mistakes myself.
No aspersions implied, and apologies for anything I wrote that made it seem otherwise.
You're off your beam. What has control room have anything to do with this thread?
N8 wrote:Funny how the Devs are blamed for user ignorance.
Arjan P wrote:N8 wrote:Funny how the Devs are blamed for user ignorance.
My thoughts exactly.
Arjan P wrote:Simple remedy: don't send out double notes. I've used Cubase since Atari days and never had this problem.
Merayah wrote:Would be great when double notes appear the same way as the visualisation of overlapping parts in the arrange window
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