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May 17, 2018

Midi Note On - Press Lag

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I have programmed a single switch to send a single Midi Note. Press = Note On / Release = Note Off

 

It seems as though there is some delay between pressing the switch and the MC6 registering the "press" resulting in a lag between pressing the switch and the note sounding. Is there any way around this? One of my intentions in purchasing the MC6 MkII was playing some simple synth bass with my feet, this definitely won't work for that purpose as-is.

 

Any guidance?

May 18, 2018

Hi Andrew,

 

Could you try increasing the switch sensitivity to the maximum?

 

If that still does not work for you, you can try using looper mode which reduces the lag to near zero.

 

Do let us know if that works for you.

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