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Sustain pedal 4 months 2 days ago #1

  • joce
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The sustain pedal work for all instrument, even bass and drums
Is it possible to not assign a sustain pedal to an instrument?.
I made a soundfont with bass on the left and piano on the right and I just want the sustain pedal assign to the piano, not to the bass.
Is it possible?
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Sustain pedal 4 months 19 hours ago #2

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CC64 is a MIDI command and cannot be used as a source in an soundfont modulator.
As a workaround: Use two separate patches for piano and bass, set split on the keyboard you are using, and turn off CC64 (Sustain Pedal) for left side.
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Sustain pedal 4 months 12 hours ago #3

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Thank you for your reply.
It’s what I thought, I just wanted to be sure . But To do that, I need a controler. I have a Roland fp10 and I can not Turn off the CC64 on this keyboard. The sustain pedal is applied on the piano and the bass when I use the split function . On a yamaha piano, it is by default , the CC64 is not applied to the bass.
But thanks anyway.
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Sustain pedal 3 months 4 weeks ago #4

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Oh, I'm sorry about that.
But yes, although the split function works internally on some digital pianos, it doesn't send these messages out from a separate MIDI channel(s) and/or the MIDI output channel(s) are not adjustable.
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