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Re: Nanopad in Bidule

Per Boysen wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 21, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Michael Peters <mp@mpeters.de> wrote:
>>>> for the moment, I'd just like to call SUSReplace on the EDP
>>> Why do you want to use a MIDI Program Change event for that? Isn't
>>> MIDI Notes regarded a better choice for EDP control? And the Nanopad
>>> already sends that event type. (just trying to understand what your up
>>> to there ;-)
>> virtual EDP, not hardware ... don't know if this makes a difference. I
>> always use Bidule's midi learn to connect nanokontrols to plugins - 
>> know how to do it otherwise :)
> I see, that makes sense. "How to do it otherwise" (as opposed to using
> Bidule's MIDI learn functioin) would be to type in the bindings in
> Bidule's Parameter window. A third way of making one object in Bidule
> affect another is to mouse-drag a cable between the two objects.

Way 3 is the only one worth using with software edp.

Drag a virtual midi cable from the midi device to the edp.

> When building Bidule stuff for my EWI I typically type in manually
> because the EWI sends a lot of different MIDI events at the same time.

hmmm.. midi learn *seems* so attractive, 
...but in many ways it ends up being inadequate.