Hello All. My Name is jeff Eitzen and I am from the Bay Area of California. I work mainly with song writers and artist who are putting their Demos and Albums together. I purchased GPO a month or so ago and started digging into it. So far so good. I ran into a challenge and would like some help. I brought some music home from my office studio to my home studio which is pretty much the exact same setup - G4 running DP4.6 into a DA7. All the sounds sounded great until I brought them home. They sound harsh and brittle here, almost like they are experiencing phase cancelation or something. It there something I am missing, a controller making it do something different?
Thanks I appreicate the help.
Last edited by JeffEitzen; 07-25-2005 at 12:37 AM.
DP. thankks for the reply. Yes I am using pretty much the exact same system. AS a matter of fact i upgraded both systems one right after the other 3 weeks ago to Tiger. The only thing that is differnt is the controller -JX 10 at home - XP-80 and XV-88 at work. However I just played it back. My first thought was that my JX was sending some sort of weird aftertouch or something. Things sound almost over compressed - just harsh. I am listening to other peoples demos and they sound normal.
This is a strange one. One possibility: If you record something to a midi track and examine the midi data do you see a single piece of data for each event or is the data doubled up (duplicated) for each event - two of everything? If you did happen to see duplicate data perhaps your keyboard is either sending or your system is routing double data to your track - and then passing it on to the GPO player. Double data will definitely cause strange sounding behavior. Worth a check.
Ok got it. ... You were right about the double midi notes. For some reason I didn't see it. Watching the midi monitor showed it. For Some reason my JX-10 was transmitting 2 notes. Thanks for the help. Its sounding much better!
I am glad Tom got you going. Thanks Tom!
I scroll through this forum looking for posts without a response, in other words, people needing help, that is just my way of giving back to a great community. Unfortunately sometimes I ask for a more detailed description of a users problem, and then fail to respond, my apology.
Yes, Thank you Tom and to you DPDan. I have a friend that has a saying that a goes. "THe Difficult we always see, the Obvious we eventually get to." Being a part of places like this and DA7.com really help us see the solutions we are missing.
Peace to you!