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Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard 
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Post Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
For whose have a strange MIDI behavior of their bs3x when connected to snow leopard 64bits via USB, this seems to come from a MIDI loopback issue.
Snow leopard forwards incoming MIDI data to MIDI outs,
in addition, the MIDI merge function in the bs3x is enabled by default,
this creates a MIDI loopback which results in sporadic behaviour of the bs3x.

The solution to this issue is to break the MIDI loopback as follow :

bs3x menus -> MIDI config -> MIDI merge -> Merger source -> USB In : OFF


16 Mar 2010, 13:46
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
Thank you, I was getting mad.Jorge


25 Jun 2010, 16:26
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
well thanks, maybe this is usefull for me


08 Sep 2010, 20:37
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
Is there another solution to this? If I turn off "MIDI merge" for "USB in" then I can't record and monitor MIDI in my DAW through the bs3x.

Thanks!


23 Mar 2011, 00:36
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
Please describe your setup, what is connected to the bs3x ?


23 Mar 2011, 09:19
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
ostraka wrote:
Is there another solution to this? If I turn off "MIDI merge" for "USB in" then I can't record and monitor MIDI in my DAW through the bs3x.

Check this: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1026 maybe it is useful for you?


15 Apr 2011, 15:26
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Post Re: Strange behavior when connected to 64bits Snow leopard
Had similar issues after resetting to factory default. Seems that CC20 is stuck, the display continues to show CC20 with a 64/65 value, so if I move another CC a battle of numebers goes on the screen! USB and MIDI out1/2 led is steady. My DAW receives a steady MIDI signal and mapping controls is very difficult, until at some point I rotated CC20 and everything gone normal... Very painful beahviour, later I'll make some other tests.
Test config is:
MBPRO Mac OSX 10.6.8
ABLETON LIVE 8.2.8
CME3X IVORY 2.0
USB CABLE


19 Mar 2012, 12:20
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