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2016-04-12 07:42
Psylicium

Registered: Dec 2014
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SDI - transposing messes up GATE OFF (bug?)

So, I just noticed a strange thing in SDI... If I transpose a sequence 5 semitones down (from A0 to 9B), for example, and use GATE OFF, it doesn't work as expected. Instead of cutting the sound off, it plays the instrument in a very low note (I think it's the "impossible" C-0 or something), and if I transpose back up to default A0, I see that the GATE OFF transposes too and becomes F-0.

However, if I use GATE OFF in a no-transposed sequence, and THEN transposes down, it seems to work just fine.

Is that a bug?

UPDATE: Nevermind, problem solved. I have been using octave 0 and CTRL(C-0) for gates, but just found out that G/SH G is the key to use :)
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