|Name/Version:||MIDI cc 0.03|
|Description:||MIDI Continuous Controller simulator - a virtual replacement for a real physical Mod Wheel created using M4L. (To avoid putting MIDI Continuous Controller every time, I will use the shorthand of 'MIDI Controller' here - I could have used 'CC', but that's used in the name of the utility!)
This is a reasonably general purpose utility that allows the setting of any 7-bit (MSB) MIDI Controller Number, plus it has quick access to specific Control Change values.
As the screen-shot shows, the middle slider is the main controller, and it simulates a Mod Wheel with forwards and back (or typically up and down on the screen) mouse movements controlling the output values.
The grid to the right is actually a 2-axis controller, so more a joy-stick than a Mod Wheel - you move the mouse over the array of dots, and the appropriate MIDI Control Change values are sent for the selected MIDI Controller Numbers. In the screen-shot, the horizontal axis (left-right mouse movements) are set to MIDI Controller Number 1 (Mod Wheel), whilst the vertical axis (up and down mouse movements) are set to MIDI Controller Number 16 (a general purpose controller).
The buttons on the right hand side allow specific Control Change values to be sent (0, 31, 63, 95 or 127) covering the whole of the available 7-bit range. Now it is possible to use 14-bits to provide extra fine detail, but this isn't implemented yet. For user-defined special values, then the second row of buttons allows you to set your own values - in the screen-shot, I obviously wanted to have five different ways to output zero!
This is a general purpose MIDI Controller inside Live! Useful for performance, sound design and debugging.
|Tags||utility, other, hardware, dj, beta|
|Live Version Used:||9.7.1|
|Max Version Used:||7.3.1|
|Date Added:||Jan 04 2017 15:44:34|
|Date Last Updated:||Jan 04 2017 15:45:39|
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|License (more info):||None|
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