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#1 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 21, 2017 - 05:45 AM

well first of all, i don't speak english so sorry for that,

 

the problem is that i'm new on this of making customs, and when i export the midi to magma it have errors that i don't know what it means, someone could help me with the errors?? if someone wants to help me i send the necessary documents c: <3 

 

psdt: the song is honey this mirror isn't big enough for the two of us and i only have made the drum chart in expert c:

this are the errors:

ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:3:258] for difficulty easy
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:3:258] for difficulty medium
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:3:258] for difficulty hard
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:3:258] for difficulty expert
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:5:318] for difficulty easy
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:5:318] for difficulty medium
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:5:318] for difficulty hard
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [28:5:318] for difficulty expert
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [29:6:456] for difficulty easy
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [29:6:456] for difficulty medium
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [29:6:456] for difficulty hard
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [29:6:456] for difficulty expert
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [30:5:216] for difficulty easy
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [30:5:216] for difficulty medium
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [30:5:216] for difficulty hard
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [30:5:216] for difficulty expert
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [31:4:090] for difficulty easy
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [31:4:090] for difficulty medium
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [31:4:090] for difficulty hard
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: (PART DRUMS): Overlapping or too-close gems at [31:4:090] for difficulty expert
 

i really need help :c 

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#2 Ultimate_MANG0

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Posted April 21, 2017 - 09:05 AM

its exactly what it means. at those particular times, you either have notes too close to each other or they are over lapping. Usually happen if you just paste in a midi. Deleting and re entering those notes should fix it. If not, if they are 16ths, turn them into 32nds


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#3 Farottone

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Posted April 21, 2017 - 11:00 AM

Also, quantize your notes.



#4 IMMCTNTJK

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Posted April 21, 2017 - 04:55 PM

Mang0 and Farottone basically explained what to do. Just zoom in really close at the errored timeline in REAPER and delete the note that is to close to the other. It doesn't really matter which note it is, they will both look the same in RB3

 

 

If you want to multi-delete the notes without having do Ctrl+Click, hold down right on the mouse and highlight the notes you want to delete, then hit "Delete" or "Del" on your keyboard. You might know this, it just took me FOREVER to figure out.


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#5 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 21, 2017 - 07:57 PM

Mang0 and Farottone basically explained what to do. Just zoom in really close at the errored timeline in REAPER and delete the note that is to close to the other. It doesn't really matter which note it is, they will both look the same in RB3

 

 

If you want to multi-delete the notes without having do Ctrl+Click, hold down right on the mouse and highlight the notes you want to delete, then hit "Delete" or "Del" on your keyboard. You might know this, it just took me FOREVER to figure out.

i've done everything that you said, and my midi still have errors, i don't know what to do now :c i'm very sad, is my first custom and took me a lot of work :c 



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Posted April 21, 2017 - 09:05 PM

Are they the same errors or different errors?



#7 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 22, 2017 - 01:56 AM

Are they the same errors or different errors?

the same errors :c 



#8 IMMCTNTJK

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Posted April 22, 2017 - 08:47 PM

the same errors :c 

Did you export the MIDI again after fixing the errors?


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#9 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 23, 2017 - 11:05 PM

Did you export the MIDI again after fixing the errors?

yes i export it :c 



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Posted April 24, 2017 - 12:50 AM

There were a couple of different suggestions here.  If you followed one but not the other, try the other.  In particular, if you haven't tried quantizing, definitely do that, and maybe even try it again just to be sure.  99% of the time, when Magma complains about overlapping notes that look perfectly lined up, it's because they're actually not perfectly lined up.  REAPER is notorious for this.  The notes may look lined up, and their properties may even suggest they're all in the same place, but deep down under the hood, they can still be a little off from each other.  Quantizing will fix that.

 

I recommend using the "position and note end" option when choosing how to quantize notes.



#11 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 25, 2017 - 05:39 AM

There were a couple of different suggestions here.  If you followed one but not the other, try the other.  In particular, if you haven't tried quantizing, definitely do that, and maybe even try it again just to be sure.  99% of the time, when Magma complains about overlapping notes that look perfectly lined up, it's because they're actually not perfectly lined up.  REAPER is notorious for this.  The notes may look lined up, and their properties may even suggest they're all in the same place, but deep down under the hood, they can still be a little off from each other.  Quantizing will fix that.

 

I recommend using the "position and note end" option when choosing how to quantize notes.

thanks man, do you know where i can find a tutorial about quantizing??



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Posted April 25, 2017 - 03:21 PM

Make a backup first while you experiment with quantizing.  I'm still learning so I don't know if this is 100% accurate.  I couldn't find a tutorial but the answers are all in this forum if you just search, e.g. for 'quantizing'.

To quantize, highlight a note in the midi editor and press Q.   CTRL + A to select all and press Q, read the options carefully.  Do this on every instrument.  I do it frequently while editing, just get into the habit of quantizing after you finish a track and this will minimize those kinds of errors.


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#13 IMMCTNTJK

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Posted April 25, 2017 - 09:55 PM

thanks man, do you know where i can find a tutorial about quantizing??

 

 

Make a backup first while you experiment with quantizing.  I'm still learning so I don't know if this is 100% accurate.  I couldn't find a tutorial but the answers are all in this forum if you just search, e.g. for 'quantizing'.

To quantize, highlight a note in the midi editor and press Q.   CTRL + A to select all and press Q, read the options carefully.  Do this on every instrument.  I do it frequently while editing, just get into the habit of quantizing after you finish a track and this will minimize those kinds of errors.

If quantizing doesn't work, I would love to help get the RPP and MIDI to fighting shape. Just send me the RPP through private messaging and ill fix it as soon as possible :) (I'll send it back for you to compile in Magma)


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#14 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 26, 2017 - 05:03 AM

 

 

If quantizing doesn't work, I would love to help get the RPP and MIDI to fighting shape. Just send me the RPP through private messaging and ill fix it as soon as possible :) (I'll send it back for you to compile in Magma)

really?? you're awesome man :D i'll send you the rpp and the midi man :D thanks c: 



#15 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 26, 2017 - 05:09 AM

but just one more question, the rpp is the reaper document?? 



#16 Whizzer

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Posted April 26, 2017 - 08:46 AM

Correct.



#17 IMMCTNTJK

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Posted April 27, 2017 - 05:27 PM

For everyone's information, I could not fix the custom...


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Posted April 27, 2017 - 05:42 PM

Send me a message if you still need help with this.

#19 nirvanaxever

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Posted April 30, 2017 - 03:51 AM

Send me a message if you still need help with this.

i already sent you a message 







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