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m-tron pitch bend?

Post by jv » Tue Mar 07, 2006 6:55 pm

Hi,
I'm using m-tron by Gmedia, and for some reason, it uses CC95 for pitch bend. What I would like to do is translate pitch wheel messages to CC95. It looks like I can probably do this with MT. Has anyone else done this, or do you know how it could be done? Do I need midiyoke?
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John Blattenbauer.

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Post by florian » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:25 pm

yes, that should be quite easy. Install Midi Yoke. Then, in Midi Translator, set up a translator like this:

Incoming MIDI: E0 oo pp
Outgoing MIDI: B0 5F pp

In the main window, choose
MIDI IN: the hardware MIDI port
MIDI OUT: Yoke 1
Options|MidiThru: yes

In the program where you use m-tron, choose Yoke 1 as MIDI Input.

Hope that it'll work!
Florian

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Post by jendask » Wed Jan 17, 2007 9:03 pm

I've done the same thing in order to use pitch wheel of my midi keyboard along with M tron but now I can no longer use it with another vsti (Pro53)!
Any ideas?
I mean is it possible somehow that the movement of thhe pitch wheel can "talk" to either Mtron or Pro53 ( the one that is currently activated)?

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Post by florian » Sat Jan 20, 2007 4:54 am

You mean you want the original pitch bend message to be let through, too? No problem, just check the option "Output both translated action and incoming message" in the "Outgoing [F8]" tab. And, as said above, enable MIDI Thru in the options.

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Post by jendask » Sat Jan 20, 2007 7:06 pm

Florian
You are my man!
Thanks again

Greetings from Greece

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