Started by Saga Musix, July 09, 2012, 17:02:51
Quote from: Harbinger on September 20, 2012, 21:07:58As soon as someone puts together a standard manual for using, choosing, and editing MIDI CC sequences (all those that MPT can apply)
QuoteThe default MIDI CC sequence used to control the pitch wheel depth is "Bc6400 Bc6500 Bc06z"
QuotePerhaps i should have said "all those that we know of that MPT can apply". You have sprinkled in various posts some usable commands like the one above
Quotewhere would i have found that particular hex sequence you gave us above? THAT's the help we need...
Quote from: Saga Musix on September 28, 2012, 21:44:18"Bc6400 Bc6500 Bc06z" might look like a magic command that I have made up somehow, but really it's just three consective MIDI CCs - MIDI CC 64h, 65h and 6h - these three together are a Registered Parameter Number (RPN), which changes the pitch wheel depth in sfz. I have not found any other synths that could use this CC combination (not even my hardware synths).
Quotehow did you know to use that notation?
QuoteAnd how do you "combine" them? I'm guessing you're using a custom macro
QuoteYou can even configure a single macro to change a number of parameters at once. For example, you could set a plugin's first parameter to 0 and its Dry/Wet ratio to 50% (F0F08000 F0F00340).
QuoteMacros can be up to 31 characters long and contain multiple MIDI messages.