Issues with recording Midi note events

I’m using a Steinberg U22mkII, E-mu midi controller, Cubase Elements 10.5 running on Windows 10 (64bit) Dell desktop. (Using the Yamaha drivers).

Recorded Midi notes appear about 1/64 prematurely. (Very consistant, so I don’t believe I’m playing all the notes off the beat.)

Also, if I move or delete a single note, there is a second note of identical properties (pitch, volume, and duration) underneath the note moved or deleted.

I have read about these issues on other sites and attempted all the fixes. (All suggested changes to the VST setup.) There were also recommendations regarding Windows midi drivers. Unfortunately I could not locate any place to make changes to the midi drivers.

If anyone knows of a fix for these conditions, please share your thoughts.

Thank you.

I’m curious that I’ve received no replies. Is my terminology confusing? Please ask me questions. I am stuck here. Every time I edit pitch or duration of a midi note I am faced with having deal with double entries for every note. I delete the duplicates on relatively short passages, but the longer and more complex would take forever.

Hi
i don’t know about your midi controller model, is there settings for multi midi output in your keyboard driver ?
when you record a midi/ instrument track and see duplicate notes that’s mean your midi controller/ keyboard sent multi midi channel notes

if your midi controller settings does not have multi output options you can use cubase Input Transformer to filter midi signal
http://prntscr.com/sn5jy5

https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=60134

Thank you very much for your reply. I’m not familiar with the settings, but I will research my controller. It’s a E-MU keyboard.

I replicated your image setup, but do not see the channel filtering icon you are pointing to.


I did find this setup under the Midi menu, but I don’t really know what I am looking at.

I’m so sorry, I didn’t notice that you have cubase element
Input Transformer available for cubase pro only “maybe cubase artist too”

Can you give me full keyboard name / model number ? is it synthyszer or just a midi keyboard contrroler without internal sounds ?

about your midi filter quistion under preferences setup, Yes you can use this options as general filter, cheack all channels except CH1
http://prntscr.com/snffyq

My controller is a E-MU 49 key midi controller keyboard. Just a midi controller, no internal sound generators.

I will review your print screen.

Thanks for your input.

Still getting duplicate entries for each event(note).

Issues resolved!
The problem was the midi input settings in Studio->Studio Setup->MIDI Port Setup. Studio recognized both the Steinberg UR22mkII and my E-MU Xboard for Windows MIDI–In. The default setting was both Visible and Active. I unchecked the E-MU Xboard Active and Visible boxes, leaving only the UR22mkII MIDI In as Active and Visible.