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Old 05-30-2021, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default Control Change Events in lane with selected MIDI takes in editor not saved correctly

EDITS: After delving further into this, it has occurred to me this is a BUG with saving the changes in the project. It is evident by looking at the project file under the Midi take for the value: VELLANE. It would seem the info is not saved correctly for the specific Control Change on the second Midi take (ref images)
Also, the "(end)All Notes Off" channel change is not saved as well and not sustained (b0 vs b1).
Manual changes to the project file correct these, however, inconvenient when working on a stage setlist of more than 30 songs.
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Previously posted in Feature Requests:
Request the CC events in the lanes are shown specifically with each MIDI take active in the MIDI editor
Please Note: This is when the Preference setting for "One MIDI editor per: (*)project" is set.

Benefits will reduce confusion and the amount of work required when editing CC parameters for different MIDI takes

The reason for the challenge encountered is when creating multiple and separate MIDI events to control various external hardware such as (in my case) Modelers in the same project.

Would suggest when viewing/editing MIDI takes the event lanes to reflect the specific CC the events are programmed for. As Examples:
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File Type: png Reaper Midi CC 1.png (62.3 KB, 9 views)
File Type: png Reaper Midi CC 2.png (61.7 KB, 13 views)
File Type: png Reaper Midi CC 3.png (61.8 KB, 9 views)
File Type: png Reaper Midi CC User Names.png (17.3 KB, 8 views)
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