I was just looking at
this trello card describing a MIDI filter to map CC’s to Notes.
What exactly is needed for this?
should it map a range of CC’s to a range of notes and use the CC value as the note velocity (with 0 being note off)?
should it map a single CC and use the value as the note number and use a constant velocity for all notes?
if 2, then when is the note released?
@brad, the original post from 2016 was a discussion on using a Keytar to send a CC64 sustain momentary switch to trigger a note at a set volume.
I know it is possible using the MIDI filter to map a certain note to a cc but is it possible to do the opposite. I have a keytar for which I would like to map the sustain button to a particular note at a set volume.
I made a band-aid
with bindings but a more elegant solution was desired long term because of the added latency of the bindings trick.
Thanks Dave… so sounds like just the ability to map a single CC to a single note with a specified velocity. Perhaps with a trigger threshold on the CC value where above is note on, below note off.
Yea Brad, what I get from it is that it’s for using a CC momentary button or pedal to trigger drum samples etc … so a CC on and off momentary event produces a chosen note that does a note on and off at a given velocity.
Huh! So I just went to implement this and discovered it’s already done. Completely forgot about it.
I guess you forgot to cross it off the list when you put it there. I don’t think it was always there but that was 2016 so who knows
So that’s what it is for!