From the comments provided by @musicamante, it sounds like you don't have a problem with your setup, but that the strings library you are using has some out of tune notes. This is also suggested by your comment that some other notes are out of tune, but by different amounts. (If all notes were equally out of tune, this would suggest some kind of global ...
That interval is a bit less than a cent wider than a syntonic comma. I suspect that the instrument is set to "just intonation" or to some temperament. Also check the controller to make sure it's not sending any pitch modification in the midi message.
You need Virtual MIDI Synth.
It is a "driver" for PC that simulates a soft synthesizer, it will appear as an output "port" in your computer.
It accepts SoundFont files. You would need a SoundFont bank, there are free ones around the net.
Load it up and play your MIDI, setting the output to go to the "port" - it has a function to ...
Yes there are tools.
The filter would be simple.
If pedal control > 63, delete note-off (usually note-on velocity 0)
If pedal control < 64, leave note-off (usually note-on velocity 0) as is
You just need a tool that can read MIDI files and apply the said filter to incoming data.
Pure Data to filter data
loopMIDI to send data from a midi ...
According to the manual, the keyboard has MIDI receive capabilities as well.
If it's implemented as it ought to be, this should mean you can specify it as a MIDI output in your DAW.
Here's an example of a track in Reaper that is routed to UM-ONE (my USB-to-MIDI cable), which connects it to my keyboard. The keyboard then plays the data in whatever voice I ...
MIDI is a way for musical instruments to communicate with a device and tell it what notes they're playing. If you're using MIDI, then you need to get your own instrument sound on the computer via something called a VST. You can change the VST currently active to change the instrument.
If you just want to play the sound on your own speakers, you can just ...