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Old 17th January 2010 , 04:01 PM
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I have a Clavinova CLP-120 piano connected with a MIDI interface to my computer. Whenever I record something with it on Reason, by pressing a note, it records either two notes at the exact same spot (making the note unplayable) or it records two notes on different octaves. This doesn't happen with the Yamaha MM6. Any suggestions?
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Old 17th January 2010 , 04:46 PM
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I have a Clavinova CLP-120 piano connected with a MIDI interface to my computer. Whenever I record something with it on Reason, by pressing a note, it records either two notes at the exact same spot (making the note unplayable) or it records two notes on different octaves. This doesn't happen with the Yamaha MM6. Any suggestions?
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Old 17th January 2010 , 06:06 PM
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If you have connected both input and output MIDI cables between your Clavinova and your PC, this might be "MIDI feedback".... check your "MIDI Local Control" setting on your keyboard. Also double check if there is a "Soft MIDI Thru" setting on your Clavinova.

Although this article applies to a Korg keyboard, the principle is the same: http://www.indiana.edu/~emusic/361/localcontrol.htm
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get it repaired?


The piano works perfectly except for this, and even if I can't solve this I still have the MM6 which is much better for this


EDIT: Solved. I unplugged and plugged everything back and it's normal again
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