M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

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M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by sharc » Tue Dec 01, 2009 9:32 am

3 and 4 Octave MIDI Keyboards for the Scope routing window.
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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by Tau » Tue Dec 01, 2009 9:43 am

Thank you, Sharc!

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Post by irrelevance » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:18 am

Midi keyboards with a choice of colour scheme!? Now you're spoiling us :o

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by dawman » Tue Dec 01, 2009 12:21 pm

Ladies & Gentlemen..............Sharc.
Nice change as I have been staring at black modules all morning.......... :lol: ....Ankyu.
I think this is goergeous and quite useful.
I had to do my usual thank you snippet...never played with a mouse before.
Obviously it's the upper clef the mouse is playing...
Hey...do you think if I bought a touchscreen I could use both hands..?......................Ankyu
I tried to do a Gary Numan kind of groove and made a mistake, but the mistake sounded cool and being a Ham I had to continue as if it were meant to be.......

Thank You Sharc.
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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by next to nothing » Tue Dec 01, 2009 1:16 pm

thanks very much! very helpful and totally sexy.

Only thing that could surpass it was if it also had the three switches below :)
But thats just bitching, this is perfect.
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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by hifiboom » Tue Dec 01, 2009 2:19 pm

so much cool ne free stufff. awesome!!!

great show sharc! :)

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by t_tangent » Tue Dec 01, 2009 4:26 pm

Thanks a bunch Shark. Superb devices.

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by sharc » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:33 am

next to nothing wrote:Only thing that could surpass it was if it also had the three switches below :)
I'll look into it for the 'Ultra' version :wink:

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by sharc » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:46 am

XITE-1/4LIVE wrote:do you think if I bought a touchscreen I could use both hands..?
If it was multi-touch you could control the wheels with your left hand and play individual notes with your right. Pressing and releasing multiple keys at the same time wouldn't work on this version though - That feature would increase the dsp usage approx. 15-20x.

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by wouterz » Wed Dec 30, 2009 8:27 am

When I use the octave switch and then press a piano key two note on messages are send but only one note off message, resulting in hanging notes. See image. Anyone else have this problem?
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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by sharc » Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:18 am

Hi wouterz,

Yes it is a bug - not a feature :D - and one of a couple of small niggles I'll be looking to resolve for the next update.

In the meantime, all I can suggest would be to hit the reset button when you get the note hang after changing the octave select. It's not much of a solution for playing live, but then tbh I never really had that in mind when I created the device.

Thanks for the feedback 8)

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by wouterz » Sun Dec 02, 2012 3:01 am

sharc wrote:Hi wouterz,

Yes it is a bug - not a feature :D - and one of a couple of small niggles I'll be looking to resolve for the next update.

In the meantime, all I can suggest would be to hit the reset button when you get the note hang after changing the octave select. It's not much of a solution for playing live, but then tbh I never really had that in mind when I created the device.

Thanks for the feedback 8)
Any change for an update?
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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by dante » Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:44 am

Apparantly Solaris handles this. I think by shifting any currenyly playing notes up and down with the octave switch. Nice if so (Jimmy?).

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Re: M-K Series: MIDI Keyboards for Scope

Post by sharc » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:45 pm

wouterz wrote:Any change for an update?
I've got quite a lot on my plate right now so no promises.

That said, I'm surprised at just how much I use these devices myself, as I never used the Pulsar keyboard in the past.

Funnily enough I find the hold feature the most useful. The hung notes are a little bit of an annoyance though, so I'll see if I can fit it in for a fix.

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