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Metaphasic

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  1. That's a bit of an assumption there... I've been using drum machines for forty years. That's how I was introduced to step sequencers. I've been using Cakewalk since version 1.0 way back in the 90's. Naturally, I took to using the step sequencer with drum VSTs, as that's what I was familiar with. However, I never tried running a CAL script on patterns before due to being mostly OCD and needed things perfect (too perfect some might say). Not knowing that the script would push events beyond the boundaries of the pattern wasn't unexpected, but not because I haven't mastered either the step-sequencer or cakewalk. I had simply never tried that particular thing before. I have, literally, never asked a support question before, in all that time.
  2. No. But your test clued me into something. I used the Rand Time CAL on the track. I'm sure that did that same thing. I redid the track and it works now. Thanks for looking into it!
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    Strange repeat issue.

    Hi all! I hope this question is in the right place. Scenario: I'm using a fully up to date installation. I have two step sequencer patterns, one after the other. The first one is a crash cymbal followed by a bunch of hi hats. The second is just hi hats. Issue: When the second pattern play, I hear a crash cymbal where I shouldn't. Notes: I made sure the patterns aren't linked, and the preview does NOT show a crash cymbal where I am hearing it. There are NO effects, such as echo, in the effects bin. I made sure that no other track was routed to the VST I'm using. I even put the track on solo to try and isolate the source. This is pretty important, as I'm doing a project for someone and need to get this out the door.
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