I have set microtone channels to 2 … 9. It worked well, until it somehow degenerated to 5, 6, 8, 9 only, if I remember well. That sequence repeated until I powered off/on Midihub. After that, the channels were again 2 … 9. It is not the matter of a different preset, because I have only one preset with microtones and I have chosen it again after rebooting.
I updated Midihub few weeks ago. The option of unconditional pitch bend resend is on.
The setup worked as intended, then it was left for some time untouched, everything on. After that break I pressed some keys and found out that now several notes persist as if there were some missing NOTE OFF events. So I tried to check, on which channels the notes persist, but I did not found it out. Instead, I noticed that this time only the aforementioned channels are used, but at least MIDI OFF were correctly transmitted again. Then I reset the MIDI player to silence it. It did not help with the problem. Power cycling Midihub did.
So far, this did not reappear but I did not play a lot. I attach the preset.
Interesting, the Dispatcher pipe only works based on the MIDI events that pass through it, so the time break shouldn’t affect the operation.
So you mean after the break, at first it was all silent (all notes were off), then you played a couple of notes, but they didn’t get turned off after releasing the respective keys?
What could help getting it unstuck without restarting is to play more notes at a time than there are selected channels to use. In that case, the Dispatcher would drop the very oldest note played, and replace it with a new note. Alternatively, switching presets to some other preset and back should help as well.
I would guess so, but depending on the language you use, the Dispatcher’s channel array might have gotten corrupted.
Exactly like that. The following notes finished properly.
Yes, unless the missing note off events happened because the Dispatcher has “forgotten” four of its eight channels in the meantime, together with the note-ending events it should send here. Or, it has sent them elsewhere (to the four channels left?).
I played a number of different notes using the 4 channels left. It seems probable to me that the Dispatcher would need to drop any notes stuck there or otherwise they would change their pitch because of the new pitch bend events. I do not recall the latter, though. I would thus suppose that the stuck notes were somewhere on the four channels which were no more used. I have no proof of it, though.