Export to Midi/Експорт в Миди

• Jan 30, 2023 - 18:48

Hello. Please tell me why, after exporting parts to a midi file, when I insert this file into a music program, for example: Cubase or Cakewalk, then when playing this midi file, the first note of the first measure is not played, there is no sound or just crackling, and sometimes the notes themselves shorten in duration. In general, there is no correct playback of midi files obtained after export, both in the 3rd and 4th versions. How can this be resolved? Tell me, please, who knows. For example, when I export through Guitar Pro, the midi file plays fine with music programs. Thanks to.

Привет. Подскажите пожалуйста, почему после экспорта партий в миди-файл, когда я вставляю этот файл в музыкальную программу, например: Cubase или Cakewalk, то при воспроизведении этого миди-файла не воспроизводится первая нота первого такта, есть нет звука или только треск, а иногда и сами ноты укорачиваются по продолжительности. В общем, нет корректного воспроизведения миди-файлов, полученных после экспорта, как в 3-й, так и в 4-й версии. Как это можно решить? Подскажите, пожалуйста, кто знает. Например, когда я экспортирую через Guitar Pro, миди-файл отлично воспроизводится музыкальными программами. Благодаря.


When I use exported MIDI from MuseScore (any version) or any notation program, I always insert a blank measure with a tempo assigned to it at the beginning of the piece and then another blank measure at the end of the piece. This provides a buffer for track start discrepancies and it also allows me to shorten the track start in the DAW to eradicate any unwanted midi data (channel or patch selection) that might be hiding at the start of the track. Don't know if this solves your problem, but I have been successfully using midi from MuseScore 2 and 3 for years in my sequencers. The MIDI data is even accurate enough to maintain tempo maps that are needed for scoring to film. I am on Linux, so I use Qtractor, Ardour and LMMS (mostly Qtractor) and all of the MIDI data is there from the export (notes on/off, length, velocity, tempo, etc.)

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