I\'m still coming to grips with GPO so I\'m sure there is a perfectly reasonable answer to this - but something strange is happening. I\'ve been getting funny pitch variances and I realised that my ribbon controller (which is right in front of the modwheel) puts out cc 22! So as I accidently rub my wrist on the ribbon controller - it makes var1 change the pitch in GPO!
Having discovered this, I\'m keeping well away from the ribbon controller (I\'m loathe to reprogram it, as it will \"break\" some other patches on the synth) - but I notice that on some of the solo violins, if you play a long note, the pitch starts to fluctuate!
I\'m not blaming the samples, as it\'s just a loop, and that can\'t possibly change pitch. (there aren\'t any known \"out of tune\" samples are there?) I\'m definitely not touching my ribbon controller, and I don\'t see any CC 22 events in the track (except for the one I put at the beginning of the track with a value of 0) - but the pitch is definitely varying.
Has anyone else seen anything like this? It\'s like CC 22 (or var1) events are sneaking into my track. I\'m using SONAR 3.1 with a Yamaha CS6X keyboard as my controller.
It\'s probably just me - but I just thought I\'d ask in case this sounds familiar to anyone....
This isn\'t being caused by aftertouch is it? I\'m pretty sure I read here that GPO doesn\'t respond to aftertouch.