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Old 05-22-2011, 03:07 PM
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Default Re: Getting a rest where I shouldn't.

Glad you got it figured out.

You should be aware: the Yamaha machines (I have a DGX 500) only save and read in Midi Format 0, which puts all the midi channels onto one track. Composer will read (and sort out the data for) that kind of file, but doesn't save it, using the more modern Midi Format 1, which writes a separate track for each channel. So, if you work on a file and add tracks to it, you may need to use a third program to re-save it to midi format 0 before taking it back to your DGX, otherwise you may not hear some tracks.

GN1:0 MIDI Converter is one piece of freeware that I use occasionally.

David
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