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Helio Dias Vieira

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  1. Thank you for all the help. Take care. Regards
  2. Second update from me.... I noticed that the problem is explicit with a diferent version of cakewalk.. I tried in both versions and the problem is only visible in version 9.0.3... I tried in the 2019.07 and the problem is not ocurring.. I atached 2 more screenshots so you can view what´s happening. The fact is that if I send my midiflies to someone that plays them in at some midi player machine or also some keyboards, it doesn´t play right.. I have to reExport it in Reaper.. just that
  3. Yes, but in the midi with problem, something happens at the 117.3 measure.. the note is continued somehow.. and I didn´t do that when I created the midi file... and then it goes until 8624 measure... and the midi with no problem only have 119 measures...
  4. Thanks Variorum for checking my files and my problem.. I don´t know much about Ticks per quarter note, but I´ve searched about that and I found that protools really exports the midi with 9600 and that is not standard because no other systems use so high tpqn... Someone says it may be related to sample rate but I don´t know... I will try diferent settings with sample rate because I dont have the option to export midi files with the resolution to a more logical ppq value... This is what I´ve found... http://duc.avid.com/archive/index.php/t-295360.html
  5. Hello everyone. I need some help here... I will start by refering that I use protools to create my midi files but use cakewalk to chek this problem that I have, that I wolud like to solve. Sometimes, and it´s not with every midi file that I create, I notice that my midi file is somehow broken in the midle, or, I mean it plays well at the begining, but at the middle of the song, it creates an empty space with 4 or 5 HOURS and then, at the end there´s the rest of my midi file... This happens in cakewalk, but not in my protools.. or other daws.. - When this happens, what I do, to solve this problem is open the midi file in REAPER, and just export it again.. If I put this new midi file in cakewalk, the midi is good and it´s all consolidated.. but I´d like to create my midi file correctly at the first export (in protools,). Can anyone help me to find this issue? maybe chek the part where the empty space is created, but I dont know what to check... I send 2 midi files of the same source that I created.. It´s just one track with some voice guide.. the first is the one with the problem, and the other is the one exported in Reaper... Maybe someone can chek what am I creating wrong in my protools... (I know this is a cakewalk forum, I just need help on what to check in my midi file to solve it) Thank you everyone 1- Midi WITH PROBLEM.mid 2-Midi with no problem.mid
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