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When in PRV the notes are displayed two octaves higher than the keyboard represents on the left.  Basically a C2 is in line with C4 on the roll.

Because of this, notes that I play on the piano with the left hand record fine but are silent in playback if the perceived octave shift drops below a real piano.

PRV plays A1 as the lowest note on the piano.  Staff view shows the notes properly.  No transpose has been used.

Ideas?

Regards,

Lance

 

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1 hour ago, SonusProject said:

When in PRV the notes are displayed two octaves higher than the keyboard represents on the left.  Basically a C2 is in line with C4 on the roll.

This is puzzling. With show note names selected, the keyboard on the left shows the same note as the note in the roll.

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Maybe this relates to the octave name for middle C in MIDI not being standard. The note value for middle C is standardized, and always 60. However, although middle C is called C4 in most devices and DAWs, others call it C3 or even C5. 

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Thank you both. 

 

Displaying the note names helped visually to see what was happening when I changed the Bass Octave to -2.

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On 4/18/2020 at 11:41 AM, scook said:

Thanks...I knew that function was in there somewhere, but couldn't find it because I kept looking in MIDI-related prefs. And because I didn't know what to call it, couldn't find it in searches.

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