Currently Being ModeratedApr 10, 2013 7:26 AM (in response to ebla)
The reverb can only come from the software instrument you are using - which one is it? Have you opened the track info and reduced the reverb?
Currently Being ModeratedApr 11, 2013 1:00 PM (in response to ebla)
You are right that you are "recording MIDI". But you are not "listening to MIDI", you are "listening to Audio".
Part of your MIDI Track is the Sound Generator that "converts" the MIDI into Audio. Everything from that point in your tracks signal chain is an audio signal and it behaves like an Audio Track. That includes the two Master Effects, Echo and Reverb.
Here is a screenshot from my GarageBand manual that illustrates the different components on a MIDI Track. One of them is the Master Sends (Master Effects) and that must be the one that you are hearing.
However the phenomena that it happens only with chords and not single notes seems strange. Maybe the signal of a chord is louder and you will hear it better.
Hope that helps
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