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#1 BarryBlaster

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Posted June 14, 2018 - 09:15 PM

So I spent a long time trying to figure out this error but I have found no answer or problem so its time to ask you wonerful, helpful people in the community...

 

The errors are Double note-off 88, [40:4:240] and Double note-on 64, [40:4:120] on countless parts and times.

 

Can someone please help and explain to me what this is and how I can find and fix it?

 

Thank you in advance!!! :)



#2 ManicPixieGirl

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Posted June 14, 2018 - 09:52 PM

Maybe you have a note on top of another note, covering said note. Hence, double notes. You will have to inspect each one, by deleting the note and seeing if there is one underneath, and zoom in as close as possible if that second it just a tiny sliver.



#3 Alternity

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Posted June 14, 2018 - 10:13 PM

Best way to see what's exactly going on is using the MIDI event table (Alt+3) in the piano roll. To revert back to your normal piano roll it's either Alt+1 or Alt+2 depending on what you're used to.



#4 MrPrezident

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Posted June 14, 2018 - 10:13 PM

If you have to copy and paste notes, don't forget to quantize.  I rarely use the paste command.   Another way to copy notes is to highlight, hold CTRL and left click-drag the notes to the destination then they will conform to the grid without making 'double notes'.


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#5 BarryBlaster

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Posted June 17, 2018 - 05:30 PM

Here are the exact errors...

ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-on 88, [40:4:120]
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-on 100, [40:4:120]
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-on 64, [40:4:120]
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-off 88, [40:4:240]
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-off 100, [40:4:240]
ERROR: MIDI Compiler: c:/users/blake/downloads/rb3 custom tools/magmac3v332/test/fist bump rb3 custom.mid (PART DRUMS): Double note-off 64, [40:4:240] 
 
but there are more of them.
Heres the story I started from a midi on the drum track then once I did everything for expert I copied then pasted the track in Hard, Medium and Easy so I could make those difficulties.


#6 BarryBlaster

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Posted June 17, 2018 - 05:31 PM

Thank you for your help so far. I tried some of your suggestions. And couldn't get it to compile.



#7 Farottone

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Posted June 18, 2018 - 11:59 AM

Quantize, remove duplicates.



#8 BarryBlaster

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Posted June 23, 2018 - 04:12 PM

Thanks for the respones but how do I quantnize something. Right now I am focusing on the drum track. So I copied the note from the drum track in the midi and put them in the respectable sections like kick and snare ect. 

 

Thanks.



#9 Jimi369

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Posted June 23, 2018 - 04:55 PM

You quantize by being in the midi editor and pressing Q. You will get a prompt with some options. Make sure it doesn't create a marker, messing up your tempo map.

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#10 BarryBlaster

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Posted June 23, 2018 - 11:08 PM

I tried and it made no difference. I tell you the comiler is amazing but sometimes never does what you want it to do. I think Im just going to trash the project and start a new one and make sure I do everything properly. :) Thank you all for your help and suggestion. As always I have learned from my mistakes. 






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