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Re: MIDI percussion control for Repeater?
Thanks for replying! I found those units today during some Googling.
seems like a solution of last resort:
- only 10 note->cc mappings can be done, total. Seems like they could have
a "note number = controller #, velocity = control value" mode, but instead
each note->cc mapping takes up one of ten slots
- and it costs $150 :( Seems like I should be paying about $200 for the
whole damned solution. Am I just being stubborn?
I'm "just saying no" to a laptop in this situation.
Doesn't someone make a simple multipad controller that can send out MIDI
CC's on pad hits? :(
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Echevarria" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 8:28 PM
Subject: Re: MIDI percussion control for Repeater?
> One possibility would be to use a controller that sends notes and then
them to CCs using this:
> Or if you use a laptop, use a software app to do the mapping.
> At 06:03 PM 2004.07.19, Doug Cox wrote:
> >Anyone know of a percussion MIDI controller (with pads that can take a
> >drumstick hit), which sends continuous controller messages? The
> >while allowing *some* functions to be controlled via PCs and/or Notes,
> >really requires CCs to get all the best out of it. I'd like to control
> >via a percussion controller.
> >Any ideas?