Distorted Custom Midi Files

Has anyone experienced this problem?

I created several loops and exported them as midi files. I used BB Manager Software to create a new song, and I inserted the midi loops accordingly. I successfully synced my BeatBuddy.

However, when I play my newly created song with custom MIDIs, the sound is distorted. Not all of my drum sounds are playing. For example, the high hat was replaced with a metronome sound. In another song, background static was present.

I tried reexporting my midi files an re syncing the BeatBuddy, but I continue to get the same results. My BeatBuddy plays s crappy, distorted version of the midi I created.

Any thoughts / advice?

You seem to mix several issues in one.

  1. Does your hardware pedal sound distorted? I don’t believe this can ever be the case, though.
  2. The software is known to sometimes sound distorted, but please use http://mybeatbuddy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=922 for feedback on this issue.
  3. If you have some notes that are not played, you may want to make sure your MIDI pattern consists only of supported MIDI notes. Please take a look here http://mybeatbuddy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1350 (and probably also here - http://mybeatbuddy.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=1274) for additional info.

Thank you for your quick response.

  1. My hardware pedal does not sound distorted. All of my standard BB drumkits and songs play without any issue.
  2. The links you provided seem to be outdated. It’s probably because it has taken me a couple weeks to respond. I apologize.
  3. At first, I thought the unsupported MIDI notes might be the culprit. However, I’m less inclined to believe that is the issue after investigating. I found the General MIDI map you referenced, and I compared this to my custom drum beats. I am using Apple’s Logic Pro X software to create the beats. When switching to a different view of the custom beats in Logic Pro X, I see that Apple has a grid that is based off of the MIDI Map. As a result, I believe the beats I am creating consist of supported MIDI notes. I have attached a screenshot of my view so you can see what I am talking about.

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The links got hacked when migrating to new forum engine was done.
The fixed link is http://mybeatbuddy.com/forum/index.php?threads/sounds-dont-match.1350/#post-5221.

I am sorry for my french, but I can’t get shit from your screenshot :))
You probably won’t get any from mine, yet I will try:

Here you can see Guitar Pro 5.2 in action.
As you can see, an active track is indeed MIDI channel 10 (read: suitable for BBManager).
You can also see all the MIDI notes that are used in the active track. It is clear, that only Notes 36, 38 and 42 are used in the shown sample. All of which are supported by each and every drumset in BBManager.
You can also see the way to Import/Export a MIDI file. Export that to MIDI to use in BBManager and that’s all!

TLDR: My screenshot shows you the REAL things that matter. Yours doesn’t…

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