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MAGMA Error "Data chorus is not Array"?


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#1 MrTimotei

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Posted September 25, 2017 - 03:51 AM

(Reposted because I'm a dummy who asked this in the wrong place.)

 

Hello! I'm usually pretty good at figuring out what the problem with my song is when MAGMA spits errors out at me. However, this one song I'm compiling gives me a "Data chorus is not Array" error, and doesn't really explain what it is at all.

Then it says to check the log file for what needs to be fixed, but there doesn't seem to be a log created in either MAGMA's folder, or the folder with all the project data (midi, .c3 file, etc.). Perhaps I'm not looking in the right spot? In which case, where is the log file created?

 

Below is the exact text from MagmaCompiler:



#2 Farottone

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Posted September 25, 2017 - 11:37 AM

Improbable errors usually hide an improper use of the template. Are you sure you haven't touched anything or added anything that shouldn't be there?



#3 MrTimotei

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Posted September 25, 2017 - 02:43 PM

Improbable errors usually hide an improper use of the template. Are you sure you haven't touched anything or added anything that shouldn't be there?

 

I was pretty sure I didn't do anything different to the template, but I seem to have found the issue.

 

I exported a separate MIDI for each individual instrument and tested to see if it would come out okay, but they all still gave the same error. This told me it had to be something with either the BEAT, VENUE, or EVENTS tracks. Figuring the venue was the most finicky of the three, I removed all the text events and notes (ctrl+a to select everything, even if it was something I couldn't see) and sure enough, it compiled okay.

 

Don't know what exactly I put down that caused that error but all is well now~






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