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add a "midi panic" button somewhere, always on top...

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    David SchafferDavid Schaffer shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • David SchafferDavid Schaffer commented  · 

        Hey, I ended up with stuck notes when trying midi triggering for the first time. I don't remeber the sound generators I was using, but it happened with two different modules. I think my mistake was to change the midi channel number of the module while sending a midi notes sequence from a drum machine: the sequence would continue to play normally when switching back to the right channel, but one note would just play forever, and nothing I did on the drum machine side would stop that. The only solution I found to stop the sound was to delete the module, which was a pitty. Maybe "midi panic" is not the best option, something like "all notes off" would have worked fine for me.
        This is a beautiful project. Keep it up!!

      • Jamie BullockAdminJamie Bullock (Senior Researcher, Integra Live) commented  · 

        Hi David, Thanks for the suggestion!

        Can you give us some more detail about why you want a MIDI panic button? Are MIDI notes getting stuck in any of the modules? Or something else?

        If notes are getting stuck, we'd prefer to fix the modules than add a panic button.

        Jamie

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