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Hi, I am new to MIDI and I have a question. I plan to "midify" a traditional church organ pedalboard by making the pedals hit the white keys of an M-Audio Keystation 61es keyboard. I would therefore need to assign the notes 036 to 067 (C1 to G3) in their natural order (C,C#,D...) to exclusively the white keys of the keyboard, such that pressing the C1 key would send 036 to the computer, pressing the D1 key would send 037 (C1#), pressing the E1 key would send 038 (D1), and so on. I would be glad for a hint for any software or hardware solution.
Okay so I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out how to take the current keyboard range and on each successive press of a button, shift it down by one octave. It has to be relative, because I also want an increment button as well. I'm assuming it'd be something like: event_button id=1 kb_transpose= current_value + 12 event_button id=2 kb_transpose= current_value - 12 Sorry if this has been covered before, (I looked but maybe I didn't search for the right terms?). Thanks for any help!
I heard about MIDIbox some time ago from a dear friend. Not realizing its potential at the time, it ended up somewhere in the back of my head. However, now that I am planning to build an analog(ish) synthesizer, I can start to see attraction of the system. My question is this: How much will the CORE_LPC17 board be able to process at a time? Here follows a list of functions: Scan a 49 key keyboard, using a six-bit polyphonic decoder. (Requires six Douts and one Din) Mix note events from the keyboard into the external MIDI stream. An internal clock, with tempo derived from either a