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Notes don't stop even after I release the key

I just got the Edirol PCR-300 midi keyboard, and set it up with Reason 4. Reason indicated that the setup went fine, but when I try the keyboard with one of the sound modules, the note just keeps playing at a constant volume and doesn't stop even after I release the key. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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  • smellybanana Jan 24, 2009

    Thanks very much for your help, but I did not see anything in the midi preferences about any note off instruction. The only thing I find in there is that my Edirol is set up as the master keyboard, and when I click on it to edit the settings, the only thing that comes up is a dialogue box for what I want to set as the midi input and output. Also, I am using PC, not Mac. Thanks anyway though.

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    ultimatewein Feb 23, 2012

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The keyboard  is not sending a note off instruction after the key is released. Try checking midi preferences in reason.If your using a Mac check that the edirol is present by launching Audio MIDI Setup utility located in the utilities folder. You can download the latest Mac driver from Roland below: EDIROL PCR-300 32-key MIDI Keyboard Controller :: Download 

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