Why do fermatas and pedal markers only occasionally export properly? 2021-02-13 02:52 am This has been frustrating me for years! I make midi in noteworthy composer, and then I export it to .mid files, which I can upload into Ableton and other DAWs. Sometimes the fermatas are saved properly as tempo variations, other times, they're just ignored and aren't visible anywhere in the tempo data. I haven't been able to figure out what allows this information to be exported properly vs not.I will note (in case it's relevant) that regular tempo changes also occasionally don't export properly. This, however, only seems to happen if I have two tempos placed one after the other with no interval in between. So, for instance, I might have a ritardando which ends in 90 BPM, and then immediately switches back to the previous BPM. In those cases, I have to make sure that there is at least a quick rest or note placed between the two tempos in order for them to export properly. I haven't been able to figure out a workaround like that for the fermatas, however.Very similar issues seem to happen with the pedal markers. Some of my petals appear in other programs when I export and import the midi file, whereas others are simply ignored, as though they weren't included in the data for whatever reason. I can't really verify whether this is happening during the exports or the imports, or both. I have been able to deduce that some DAWs seem to retain more of the midi data than others, however!Does anybody else have these problems when exporting?