Now my Swell Pedal also works in Jorgan!
I just had to set the Change Message data 2 to: "set 127 | get value" in my disposition, and set the threshold to "0.05".
I am using a fluidsynth version of Bruce Miles Wurlitzer 260
(I have the Great and Solo mapped to channel 1 for my Solo keyboard).
I also reconfigured midibox to send the swell out on channel 13
(easy to do as I said with my core chain, I just upload to the ID of the core I want to change).
In midibox channel 13 for the swell is "0xbc"
To set channels for the swell pedals in Jorgan you just change the status from 176 to 176 + channel#
For channel 13 it's "188".
Data 1 = "7"
At least that is what I have set for now.
My first class for this semester actually starts January 26.
So I have a couple of weeks yet to play with the organ.
Right now I am working on the virtual organ software, photoshop, etc., and dispositions I want for stops, etc.
Since I like all of the bells and Whisles of the Wurlitzer 260,
I most likely will use one of the Wurlitzer 260 dispositions for the sound fonts, etc., and just design it into my organ console's stops, as a start.
Once I get more of a hang of Jorgan, I can then add neat features from modern organ examples, and think out how to to it physically too.
I like the full customization of Jorgan!
Then, to switch over to true sounds, I will play with the free version of Hauptwerk, etc.!
Eventually I want to start doing some virtual organ coding myself,
and make a nice custom GUI shell for the virtual organ programs, maybe in
Java(cross platform, so this is what I want to consentrate on) or Visual Basic, etc.
I haven't worked with Java other than Java script for websites.
But this semester I'll be taking Java at the college to learn more about it, and to apply what I learn to this!
I will then change my organ computer's operating system over to Linux(this I have worked with before,
so I know linux).
Right now it's crappy Vista(I hate Vista, but it came preinstalled on the organ computer).
I may change over my motherboard for my organ computer next month too!
I want at least a dual core(I thought I got one but it isn't),
with enough expansion slots for at least 3-4 sound cards,
and a side buss to make it 1 unit high so it will fit nicely in the top of the organ.
My cards right now maybe too high.
Or get a good integrated motherboard with good sound,
and figure out how to send out to the different channels of the sound.
I am using fluidsynth right now with the integrated sound,
so I could do something like that, and have no cards on the motherboard!
Here's a screen shot of my current Jorgan Wurlitzer 260 console.
This is pretty much untouched and is the default.
I am playing this now with my organ, and to me it actually has better sound than Miditzer 216!
I'll also make various consoles of modern organs to map to my physical stops, etc., using photoshop, etc.
When I am happy with a console layout for Jorgan, I'll then make it physical.
Until my stops are physical to the virtual organ programs,
I can use the touch screen for various virtual consoles!
Even after that, I can always call up virtual organ consoles for more organs!
Love the virtual stuff!
Edited by tonyn, 11 January 2010 - 23:16.