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Some Stops become "un-detected"

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Some Stops become "un-detected"

PostTue Oct 03, 2017 12:10 pm

Using free version on Roland C-330. Set up the St. Anne's organ, and used auto-detect to identify each keyboard and stop. I can play the sample for a while, and then notice that one or two of the stops is no longer detected. I can auto-detect them again, but eventually some are lost. Wondering if this is a free-edition feature (max number of stops detectable?) or perhaps a memory issue on my PC. Newby here... I'd appreciate any guidance. :?
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Re: Some Stops become "un-detected"

PostTue Oct 03, 2017 1:06 pm

Hello stc,

There is no limit in the Free Edition for how many stop you can assign so it sounds like your MIDI controller must be losing its settings somehow. I'd suggest researching that.
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