I’m afraid I have no other software to test it on, only Cakewalk.
I’ve tried turning the Local option off as you suggested, but the issue is still occuring.
So if I play ‘single notes’ in Scaler and record them into the DAW, they are recorded in a strange ‘doubled’ fashion, where 2 MIDI notes are laid almost exactly on top of each other, with a hair’s width difference laterally - causing a chorusing effect.
What’s most confusing - when I record chords on a track with Sclare loaded on it into the DAW and then open up the Piano Roll View to observe what’s making the strange chorusing sound - I don’t find ‘doubles’ but instead, if I audition the notes of each chord one by one, the 2nd note from the bottom of EACH chord actually plays the whole chord, not just the single note. I can’t understand that one. Is any of this making any sense?
So it’s the equivalent of me placing my hand on a piano, spreading my fingers over a chord, but in turn pressing each note once, so that you can hear the individual notes that make up the chord…but as I push the 2nd note from the left, you hear the ENTIRE chord, even though I only pushed one.
If I move the recorded MIDI to another track, there’s no issue. EDIT: Also, if I route the MIDI to another track altogether when recording, there’s no issue. It must be something to do with recording MIDI on the same track with Scaler on it.