Under MIDI, the events that turn notes on are separate from the events that stop notes from playing. Normally, when you stop playback, Cakewalk attempts to turn off all notes that are still playing. Depending on how your equipment is configured, it’s possible for notes to get stuck in the On position. The Reset MIDI and Audio button in the Transport module is used to stop all notes from playing. The Reset MIDI and Audio command also stops feedback from input monitoring.
Note: You can control the MIDI messages that are sent by the Reset MIDI and Audio button by changing the Panic Strength variable in the Cakewalk.ini file. See Initialization files for more information.Click the Reset MIDI and Audio button in the Transport module.
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