Started by Elantric, August 05, 2023, 03:33:10 PM
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Quote from: mikejames on August 23, 2023, 05:08:28 PMHi all,I'm really loving this new Boss GM-800, but I'm getting a lot of hanging notes. It seems like the standard MIDI ON with no matching MIDI OFF situation, but sometimes it's more than just one one note. I'll get a sequence of moving notes that (maybe?) I played just moments earlier. I'm hoping that this is just an incorrect setup and not something that we're supposed to live with! I've updated to the v1.03 firmware.Any ideas?Thanks mucho,Mike
Quote from: Elantric on August 05, 2023, 03:33:10 PMGo to 7:45 minutes for more on LOW VELOCITY CUT , DYNAMICS, PLAY FEEL controls , which are unique per each " SCENE " and users preference ON GM-800 to tame false triggers
Quote from: adamqlw on August 12, 2023, 10:14:48 PMI was looking for this and mistakenly thought it was in the Guitar to MIDI section in the editorIt is in fact in the Master section, and is scene specific. Thanks for the tip!
Quote from: Elantric on August 13, 2023, 02:05:31 AMIts mandatory to prevent ghost notes and spurrious random note generation - and unlike SY-1000, these LOW VELOCITY CUT , DYNAMICS, PLAY FEEL controls on GM-800 actually work
Quote from: Elantric on November 19, 2023, 12:47:47 PMThere are many setting which impact GM-800 tracking for best results with your playing technique If using a GK-3 into a GKC-AD convertor, the GM-800 has a GAIN adjust for the GKC-AD, lowering that may improve tracking.The String Sensitivity defaults to "65" for all strings - I prefer 35, for my technique, and then DYNAMICS, PLAY FEEL, LOW VELOCITY CUTcontrol minimizes notes that continue to sustain inadvertently. Follow the Alex Hutchinson videos above