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    Hello.

    I use cakewalk 9.0 as my sequencer and an old yamaha PSR keyboard as my 'MIDI keyboard'. The problem is that I have no sustain pedal. This becomes problematic when I'm trying to record legato passages (especially piano parts).

    Is there a way I can simulate a sustain pedal? Or do I have to just go out and buy one?

    Thanks.

    [This message has been edited by MrLip (edited 01-05-2000).]

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    I'm sure there's a sustain written in CAL floating around somewhere, or you could draw the envelopes in. But heck, a pedal is $15?!?!

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    You should be able to record sustain events with virtual piano... space bar turns the sustain pedal on and off, and I think holding shift does the same.

    William Underwood

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