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Having Trouble with unwanted midi notes

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by MrBirch27, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. MrBirch27

    MrBirch27 New Member

    Hi everyone, I've used Logic for a while and this problem has never occurred until a few weeks ago. For some reason I'm always getting a C-2 127 midi message coming in on Logic X even when my keyboards not plugged in. Its messing up all my sounds and i can't play most of my synths as it creates a sort of constant loop of noise. It doesn't happen on Kontakt but occurs on almost everything else. I can't seem to figure out whats happening. I've already turned off everything in the project settings in the midi filter and it does nothing, apart from when i turn off notes. Which is no good. I have a Control 24 running in to my computer for my Pro Tools rig, but thats all that is going in to the computer. Any thoughts would be great. Ive uploaded a picture of whats happening with the midi note.

    Thanks, Mathew

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  3. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    Hi Mathew,
    There are a few control surfaces which send MIDI note data...
    Anyway you can filter C-2 which is the very low note.
    Patch a Transformer in the Logic Click & Ports Environment layer. Have a look at the image example below.

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  4. MrBirch27

    MrBirch27 New Member

    Hi Tangra,

    Thanks for you help. Thats sorted my problems out. I have narrowed it down to a punch light that i use with Pro Tools in the studio as an indictor light.

    Thanks again, Mathew

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