I’m trying to use MTP to change the layout of my MIDI keyboard. It’s an Axis-49 isomorphic keyboard that I want to change from a chromatic layout to one that uses the Wicki-Hayden scheme. The advice in the old forum says to favor rules over translations–and I would definitely prefer not to reassign 98 keys by pointing-and-clicking–but I can’t figure out how this is done. I’ve been able to remap my keyboard in Midi-Ox by modifying an example text file, but I don’t see any such example files for MTP (if indeed they’re even possible, given that the file format is proprietary).
The syntax of the rules is obscure to me–it took me a long time just to understand that the letter combinations are variable names–and I can’t figure out how to accomplish what I imagine is a very simple operation. (Is there any “cookbook” of common MTP tasks?)
Thanks for any help.
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If you provide me something that shows some sort of mathematical pattern on what you want to translate note from and to, perhaps I can help. Most of this would likely be a math exercise which means it can probably be done in just a few translators.
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