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MIDI Interface for £2 !

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Re: MIDI Interface for £2 !

PostSun Jan 13, 2013 7:58 am

"Fine" as in tolerable. :)
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Re: MIDI Interface for £2 !

PostSun Jan 13, 2013 2:59 pm

So what sort of computer are you using it with, amateurorganist?

I'm just curious because, in three and a half years of daily use, I have never had so much as one 'stuck note' or any other MIDI problem with any of them.

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Re: MIDI Interface for £2 !

PostMon Jan 14, 2013 7:49 am

I have put my initial results from testing one of these in the 'Audio/MIDI Interfacing' section.

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Re: MIDI Interface for £2 !

PostTue Jan 15, 2013 1:01 am

deWaverley wrote:So what sort of computer are you using it with, amateurorganist?

I'm just curious because, in three and a half years of daily use, I have never had so much as one 'stuck note' or any other MIDI problem with any of them.

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It's just a normal PC, I have a feeling it might be due to key contacts on the organ itself rather than the device or the computer. I have recently had the the organ serviced and has hardly done it since.
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Re: MIDI Interface for £2 !

PostTue Jan 15, 2013 2:56 am

NickNelson wrote:I have put my initial results from testing one of these in the 'Audio/MIDI Interfacing' section.

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Very interesting little study, Nick - thanks for doing that. It helps explain why some people (note-on / note-off duties only) have no problems with them at all, while others (anything more complex, e.g. Sysex) end up throwing them away.

Everyone thinking of using these things should give Nick's test a read first:

http://forum.hauptwerk.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=11410

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