Well, I prooved the opposite already years ago ..XITE-1/4LIVE wrote:And they said this couldn't be done.
Nice work, sharc
Wouldn't it be possible to just use the same PolyAT input control for note/duration/vel values as the one used in the NOAH, maybe with a switch to enable/disable such assignment ?sharc wrote: LOOP doesn't/won't have the same parameters as the Noah sequencer, but I'll look into matching up MIDI control assignments where applicable.
It's possible, but one thing worth pointing out is that the step parameters on LOOP are set out in such a way that a MIDI control assigned to a parameter (for example - NoteOn Velocity) is determined by the type of MIDI event which is set for the step. Another way of describing this is that per step you have the MIDI message type which refers to the Status byte of the MIDI message. Below this on the interface you have the 2 knobs which refer to the 1st & 2nd Data bytes of the step.HUROLURA wrote:sharc wrote:Wouldn't it be possible to just use the same PolyAT input control for note/duration/vel values as the one used in the NOAH, maybe with a switch to enable/disable such assignment ?
Impressive stuff !!! ThanksHUROLURA wrote:Couldn't resist and made a short track with it:
It's possible, but I don't want to take this too far at the moment out of consideration and respect to current commercial competition.HUROLURA wrote:The thing I most miss in this one is a way to transpose the loop according to a keyboard note like what is possible with my favourite Noah StepSeq.
I'm trying. As much as I'm surprised how much I remember having spent so long away from the SDK, it does take time to get my head round some of the stuff I was working on before and this one's definitely no exception .tgstgs wrote:nice to see youre still into developement;
feel free to do whatever you like from my side // mattomat