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Pedro Newberry posted a question in Q&AI originally was using LMMS until I realized I cannot record live into LMMS. So I wanted to switch to CakeWalk. I can import my midi and assign to the correct VST I want, but I find that the notes do not correspond to the same locations in the keypad editor as in LMMS. So, my base is a few notes higher, but maintains the same progressions. The drums are as if I played them on different keys when I first put them into LMMS, about a full octave off. I tried to copy and move, but then the timing of the notes is off. Is there a way to correct this so that if I originally started my pattern from a E2, the midi gets loaded at the same note. For example, where my kick drum should be it's hitting a cymbal. If I drag it down to where a kick is a kick, a snare is a snare, etc, I lost the timing and placement of the notes. I set them up in LMMS as 1/24 so I could break each 4/4 measure into 6 counts and play program a more swing groove. Thanks in advance.
Cakewalk has this annoying habit of moving a converted clip from its existing take lane to another take lane. In fact, it typically places the now-converted clip on top of another existing loop. Is there a setting to stop this from happening? If not, please stop this from occurring. Keep the clip I'm working with in its current take lane.