I’ve had this before, but I can’t recall the fix. All of a sudden my sustain pedal is acting like an on/off switch. My controller is an M-Audio Keystation 88 Pro, and I do have the template for it loaded into the Generic Devices page of Cubase. Any suggestions appreciated
On Off in what sense?
Is the polarity of the pedal reversed? (IE, notes sustain when pedal is NOT pressed)? If that’s it, just restart your instrument without pressing the pedal . Most instruments sense the pedal polarity at startup, so if you have it pressed at that time, it’ll act in reverse.
Yes, I misspoke. It functions correctly in terms of on/off like a sustain pedal should, but when I depress it, it mutes the channel. I assigned CC# 64 to this pedal, but still the same behavior. I think this all does have something to do with the polarity of the pedal, but I get the same behavior (only reversed) when I close Cubase, turn the keyboard off, reset the polarity switch on the pedal, and then fire everything back up
Thank for the help, however
Upon further inspection, I find this behavior only occurs when Ivory is installed; when I remove Ivory, it goes back to normal operation
I’ve had this before, but I can’t recall the fix.
Strange one T,
1-Do you have it working now?
2-Did you (have to) get in touch with the Ivory folks?
I ask because I don’t have this prob with Ivory now.
I am just trying to ‘head off’ any potentials.
TIA (thanks in advance)
FYI: A TIA is a Transient Ischemic Attack, also known as a ‘mini stroke’ (and no, we’re not talking about miniature golf).
(if he used periods between the letters)