Author Topic: Mod wheel command (similar to volume command)  (Read 4621 times)

Offline bvanoudtshoorn

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Mod wheel command (similar to volume command)
« on: May 27, 2008, 09:36:44 »
It'd be really useful if there was the ability to send modulation messages to plugs as easily as sending volume and pitch bend messages. That is, at the moment you can do something like
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C-5 v32 ...
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C-5 f02 ...
... e02 ...

I'd like to be able to do something like
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C-5 m16 ...
... m48 ...

Because the mod has to go both up and down, I think that using a base point, like, say, 32, would be the easiest solution. (But see my other feature request for 128 resolution volume messages - that could apply to this, too.)

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Mod wheel command (similar to volume command)
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2008, 10:22:47 »
Just keeping forgetting all the time to post it here. And it would be good to add a modulation command like nxx or something else to make the transitions smooth.

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Re: Mod wheel command (similar to volume command)
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2014, 02:36:15 »
Going through old requests... The "mod wheel" is essentially just a MIDI CC (#01, to be precise) message, so it's already as simple as it could be. In case you actually meant the pitch wheel, this can be done using a custom MIDI macro "Ec00z" (Z00 would be the lowest position, Z40 is center, Z7F is max). There you go! Just as simple as you wanted it to be!
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