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Du0

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Piano V goes out of tune?
« on: August 13, 2017, 04:23:46 am »
I'm using V Collection with Protools 12.8 and Keylab 61.

I've been trying to use Piano V but it often de-tunes while I'm playing something. For example I was playing a melody using the Fading Piano patch and it detuned, then looking at the interface it shows that the patch has been altered by showing the asterix * next to the patch name. I then went into the ACTION panel and the Strings Global Tension setting was all the way to the left at 400Hz instead of 440hz. Re-selecting the patch changes this back to the proper setting until I start playing again. It seems to trigger this if I play notes quickly together.

I'm not using any of the knobs on the keyboard and don't have any pedals attached.


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Re: Piano V goes out of tune?
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2017, 09:55:55 pm »
To me it sound like you have some sort of automation going on somewhere. It could be from your DAW or from a key note that could be assigned to Global tension. A defect assigned playing control could perhaps also be responsible.
If none of this, then i have no clue what's going on.

 

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