vic_france wrote:And you are certain that neither the MIDI Part(s) nor the MIDI track itself, are muted?
realizment2 wrote:In a session i have 6 or 7 midi tracks. One which has nexus as the output has stopped playing the notes that recorded. If i click the editor and click on the notes i can hear them fine, also playing the keyboard on the track triggers notes. but the midi parts are not triggering the notes. No mute automation, all outputs are correct etc. Havent seen this happen before any ideas?
realizment2 wrote:Yea Lets all report this, its quite a major issue. Especially for anyone running complex sessions. Lets say tired and doing early morning bounces, they could miss some vital data.
EDIT: I have logged this with support I suggest you all do the same so it will receive immediate attention. Thanks
This has been documented Here: <http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=181&t=55476&p=337905#p337218> by myself and here <http://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=181&t=55548#p337643> by myself and others.
As I wrote, I have a project where I was doing a lot of freezing and unfreezing. At a point after unfreezing, one of the Instrument Tracks would not play back it's MIDI data.
I could put the track in record and play the VSTi (EWQL Play). I could open the MIDI editor and sound notes by selecting them. I could record new MIDI data into the track (hearing it while recording.
But nothing would play back.
I found a workaround by copying the MIDI data from the VSTi track into a new MIDI track - and pointing it to the original Instrument Track.
After posting my issue, I discovered a number of other users having similar issues - including several very experienced long time users (like myself). In their cases it had nothing to do with Freezing - or even Instrument Tracks. MIDI Tracks - seemingly randomly - stop playing, displaying the same characteristics I experienced (live playback. Editing playback, but no linear playback).
This might seem a minor - though irritating issue.
However, if one has to check every offline mixdown from end to end to assure everything's there . . or listen several times, intently, to complex projects to assure all the parts are playing before rendering -and again after - never sure when something subtle might go missing . . then it becomes a serious problem.
Is Steinberg aware of this issue?
Is there any known trigger that could be avoided until a fix?
Would you like me to send you my project (seems very project related)?
In my case the project was begun in 7.5.10 and has remained on the same DAW throughout.
Looking forward to your timely response!
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