When recording midi using Presence, the piano sounds great and the sustain pedal works as expected. But when I play back the recorded midi, the sustain pedal doesn't work properly. I see that the sustain pedal was recorded. But it has a value of 1 when the pedal is not engaged and a value of 0 when it is engaged. It seems that when the pedal is engaged, it is cutting off the sustain rather than sustaining the note. Any ideas on how to reverse the polarity of the recorded sustain? I cannot reverse the polarity of the sustain pedal itself because then when the keyboardist is playing, all of his notes sustain until he presses the sustain pedal.
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Thanks for the reply Trucky. The filters are all turned off and the sustain pedal midi is being recorded. I tried using the "delete short notes" command, and it does help in some cases, but in other cases, the keyboardist is playing notes that are getting deleted by that delete short notes command. So rather than fixing the sustain issue in general, it only works if the keyboardist is playing notes longer than the threshold set for the delete short notes command. So, the sustain still isn't working.
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