Everytime I need to record giga piano in Sonar,it comes with sustain.I use no pedal.When I play in Giga Studio ,it plays normally,but when I put it in a Sonar track it comes with sustain.It only happens with the piano.The others instruments work fine.
Maybe you have a double path - Giga might be receiving MIDI direct from your keyboard and also from Sonar's pass thru. For some reason, you might be masking the note off. Maybe not, but it's my best guess.
Make sure that the little keyboard icon in Giga's lower right is flashing. If not, click it. You can also get the same effect by starting Sonar from the sequencer icon in Giga.
I am here again.Good news! After spending two weeks,I've got rid of sustain.
How?Well I can't use in my Sonar 3 the track 1,channel 1 for piano.Anyother instruments it works fine,but if it is piano the sustain appears.And the funny thing is I am not using a pedal.Now I am using the 175 Bosendorfer on track 5 ,channel 5 and it works fine.My new problem is:I put a sustain pedal and it does not work.it is not a joke,it is true.I have a Kurzweil SP 88,a Roland XV 5080,Sonar3,GigaStudio3 and an Audiophile 2496.All is connected in a Computer and working fine.I've selected a piano and others instruments from Roland XV and the sustain pedal was perfect,but with Giga Piano or others Giga instruments did not work.I can put sustain(64) in Sonar Via Insert.It works,but I would like to use pedal like a Pianist Ok?Why sustain pedal does not work with Giga Piano and Work with Roland XV in Sonar?Sorry for my English.
Thank you for any suggestion.