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[fixed] Midi import: Polyphonic notes placed in wrong column


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#1 ffx

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Posted 07 April 2016 - 18:15

Steps to reproduce:

 

 

1. Record four chords in a DAW with midi export, using four voices each chord (in studio one for example).  

 

2. At the beginning of chord 1, make one note very short like 1/16th, an then copy the same note after the now shortened note to 3/16th position.

 

3. Export the event to a midi file and drag that file to renoise.

 

 

Actual result:

 

The note on 3/16th position is placed in front of a totally different note, so stopping the wrong note.

 

 

Expected result:

 

The note should be placed on a column where a note-off already appeared or no note at all did play so far.


Edited by taktik, 26 July 2016 - 17:09.


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 18:47

I think you are taking the "The Etiquette Of Submitting A Bug Report" a bit too serious. An example MIDI file really would make things a lot easier for everyone here and would not require any further explanation?



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Posted 07 April 2016 - 20:28

^_^  ok.

 

Attached File  spur 4 chord.mid.zip   1.06KB   71 downloads