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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 4 weeks ago #7

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EDIT: @fernando:

Yes. That is the purpose and definition of that pedal.

You use the sustain/hold pedal if you want the note to hold when you release your finger from the key.

Note offs are ignored until you lift your foot off the pedal.

All MIDI players follows this rule.

If you didn't want the notes to hold, what effect do you want to achieve by pressing the sustain/hold pedal?
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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 4 weeks ago #8

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i know what a pedal is for, and i know a pedal triggers the DAW, but i would not know how to let the pedal trigger a soundfont.
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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 4 weeks ago #9

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You would need an intermediate software that filters MIDI signals and triggers something else instead. I think jOrgan can do that but there is a lot to learn in it and it's been primarily designed for building virtual organ consoles.
sourceforge.net/projects/jorgan/

With a short search I also found this: www.subtlesoft.square7.net/MidiPipe.html
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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 4 weeks ago #10

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@bottrop: /
I asked this question to the person who opened the issue.
I'm sorry if it sounds like I answered you.

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What the pedal triggers is a built-in MIDI function: "suspend all 'sound-off' orders until a 'hold-off' message is ordered. And when get the 'hold-off' message, send to 'note-off' messages to all suspended/sustained keys, except those already pressed (the keys that not send a "note-off" message yet)."
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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 3 weeks ago #11

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thats OK Ziya, my tekst may sound a little offended, but i'm not, i know you are a helpfull man.
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Sustain pedal working in fade out like a keyboard 4 months 3 weeks ago #12

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ziyametedemircan wrote:
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What the pedal triggers is a built-in MIDI function: "suspend all 'sound-off' orders until a 'hold-off' message is ordered. And when get the 'hold-off' message, send to 'note-off' messages to all suspended/sustained keys, except those already pressed (the keys that not send a "note-off" message yet)."

That's right. But I have a Yamaha PSR-S650 keyboard that in some organ sounds they fade out, so they detect the notes off. Maybe you can turn one control into another, like CC64 to CC67 or disable.

It would be wonderful to do this that I think is simple compared to everything sondfont already does.
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