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Thread: MIDI note and modwheel

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    MIDI note and modwheel

    Hi y'all

    I'm very late to the party and just started using Touch OSC. BUT I made a really great preset for Digital Performer (if anyone's interested…)
    My question is this: I'm using buttons (multi-pushes actually) for keyswitches in my sample libraries.
    The vienna keyswitches require MIDI notes AND modwheel position (CC1), so traditionally on a MIDI keyboard, you hit a note and move the modwheel to select a sample.

    Is there an easy way to have one button to both, ie send a MIDI note message for A0 and at the same time MIDI CC message?

    Thanks for replying!

    Mark

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    Hi Mark,

    I would duplicate the message on the button and assign a MIDI Note as specified. It's a bit cumbersome but it may work.

    To duplicate a message, select the message in the list and choose Edit -> Duplicate. You will notice there's now a new slot for you to assign an Event. In you case the order of the events is important – I understand you want the MIDI note first.


    Best,
    Cam

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    Quote Originally Posted by camille View Post
    Hi Mark,

    I would duplicate the message on the button and assign a MIDI Note as specified. It's a bit cumbersome but it may work.

    To duplicate a message, select the message in the list and choose Edit -> Duplicate. You will notice there's now a new slot for you to assign an Event. In you case the order of the events is important – I understand you want the MIDI note first.


    Best,
    Cam

    Thank you so much, Cam!
    that's the solution I also arrived at. Fortunately I figured out that I could shift-select ALL of my duplicates and assign CC1 to the batch (so, not as cumbersome as expected.)
    Attaching screen shots of my VSL keyswitch pages. They work great!

    Cheers
    Mark
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