Interesting options... On 04/01/2014 04:01, Sylvain Poitras wrote:
The gordius is likely a fine option, I just don't know enough about it to comment. However, I'll tell how I would do this. First option would be a midi solution event processor: http://www.midisolutions.com/prodevp.htm You could program this thing to send a midi note on when it receives a certain note off. Kinda of pricey and complicated to program, but it works.
..but doesn't seem to offer to send a string of commands based on receiving a note-On. It looks like it *may* just about handle that Expert Mode emulation using something they're calling variables.
Second option (my current favourite) is to use a raspberry pi with the Satellite CCRMA disk image loaded. This comes with pure data installed and you can use a midi-to-usb cable to insert the raspberry pi between your FCB and your LP1 to introduce all sorts of scripting options: Note off to note on, note sequences, different scripts based on how long you hold a note down... if you're handy with pure data, it's a fairly cheap option and it works really well.
sounds brilliant...but what about latency? (because it's going to add to the 4-5mS latency on the fcb1010...quite likely it'll be noticeable) andy