I’ve been having an issue with a particular MIDI track in a current project, which I think is tied to the use of pitch bend on the track. Playback for the entire project is fine, save for a particular track which plays through fine, but if i’ve set the playback to loop and it loops back to this section, it will always play back that single track at a different pitch (until I press pause/stop/play again). The section of the track that I’m having issues with ends on a note using some amount of pitch bend.
Having only run into this issue after introducing the pitch bend, I assume it’s this that’s causing it. I figure that the pitch bend ‘signal’ (or whatever…) is carrying over from the ending of the track to the looped playback of the entire track. The thing is, I’m quite attached to this particular take and would love to be able to just alter the pitch bend so that it is cancelled/bypassed (or whatever the correct term is, sorry, I’m still quite new to DAW vernacular) a nanosecond or so before the track loops.
I know that this is really just a request to be taught how to alter pitch bend information on a track properly, but I figured that I should make a post to address the issue as it’s clearly not intentional. Any help would be much appreciated!
Edit: I’ve managed to alter the pitch bend data the way I’d hoped (so that it reverts to the regular pitch a nanosecond before ending), but it seems to have just made the change in pitch upon looping even more random. Originally, the looped playback was all a semitone off or so, but now half of the track plays normally upon looping whilst other random parts are completely random in pitch. I have absolutely no idea why this is happening, and it has made it incredibly annoying to create parts to fit on top of these ones since I can’t really loop the part, so any help is still very much appreciated!