I’m experiencing serious midi import issues.
I’m importing midi files of a Pyramid project with multiple tracks containing multiple patterns in Cubase 11.
The patterns of the track are nicely splitted in multiple cubase cues (but without the right midi channel). Cues names then look like : " PYRAMID TR14 P01 MFB" and then other pattern : “PYRAMID TR14 P02 MFB”… etc … (they all have different lenghts)
I modify my beats in the DAW.
I want to re-import the sequences in the Pyra (with the card) in the exact same configuration :
the project is then completely broken (Memory is at 50%) :
1 - the various loop locators lenghts of the patterns are gone. A 1 bar pattern will stop and will wait for the end of the longest.
2 - the pattern order is disrupted and a ghost pattern is appearing. If I have 10 patterns in my track, I import the 10 in cubase. I re export. I have then 11 in the pyramid, in a weird order. the number 1 is then at the end
3 - the sequences order and organisation is gone (of course because the patterns numbers or names aren’t respected)
The lack of edition possibilities of this sequencer could be replaced by a valid midi import / export system that works. But even that doesn’t work.
There is also no way to edit, export or import only a pattern of a specific track, and to export it separately.
There are no instructions about midi resolution.
? Or do I miss something…