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Offline Badger

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Keyboard note entry
« on: February 02, 2017, 10:10:19 »
Hello! First post. I'm familiar with MOD trackers since my Amiga ProTracker days, but new to Open MPT.

Perhaps because of that I find myself yearning for the same "piano-style" note entry system as ProTracker used -

C3 = Z
C#3 = S
D3 = X
D#3 = D
E3 = C
F3 = V
F#3=G

...and so on. Now, I'm sure I can get used to the way that OpemMPT does it if I have to, but is this possible in OpenMPT?

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Re: Keyboard note entry
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2017, 11:33:05 »
Yes. Go to the keyboard configuration and reconfigure the keys to your taste, or use one of the preset keymaps that come with the program. In the latter case, "US_mpt-it2_classic.mkb" might be the best choice. You can find it in the "More Keymaps" folder that should be visible when clicking the "Import Keys" button.
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Re: Keyboard note entry
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2017, 11:34:56 »
Fantastic. I had a look in the keyboard config but wanted to check that this was an option before wading in and screwing everything up, haha. Thank you!