Device Details

Device Overview

Name/Version: MIDI2Drum 1.1.0
Author: leisurewear  
Description: Convert any MIDI pattern into a MIDI pattern suitable for triggering Drums.

1. Set the two threshold values on the left side of the device.
2. Set the note values you would like to be triggered for Kick, Snare, and HiHat
3. Optionally set "Skip" probability - the probability that the incoming note will be skipped
4. Optionally set a "Mod" amount (in semitones) and the probability it will mod the incoming note by that amount - "Mod Chance"
5. Toggle each note on or off. Useful if you only want the kicks to pass through, for example.

Any incoming note that is below the "Low" threshold will trigger the "Kick Note".
Any incoming note that is between the "Low" and "High" thresholds will trigger the "Snare Note"
Any incoming note that is above the "High" threshold will trigger the "HiHat Note"

* v1.0 - First public version

* v1.0.1 - Bug fix to prevent note-offs from triggering drum notes. Thank you @swiftmod!

* v1.0.2 - Minor UI improvements

* v.1.1.0 - Added on/off toggles for each note.

Device Details

Downloads: 594
Tags sequencer, utility, other
Live Version Used: 11.3.2
Max Version Used: 8.5.1
Date Added: Jun 26 2021 04:58:54
Date Last Updated: May 28 2023 18:42:57
Average Rating (2) 5
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Device Type: midi_device
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Device Files

Device File: MIDI2Drum.amxd


Hey there!
Thanks for this device! Very nice!
I assume it is not intentional that the output notes also get triggered by note off messages of incoming notes!?
This can be annoying, but can bring some happy accidents as well... therefore I think it would be cool to have the option to turn note off triggering on/off !?!?

Best regards

Thank you @swiftmod, for pointing out that unintended behavior!

I just updated the device to v1.0.1 which fixes that issue. I will add a feature for selecting to trigger note-offs in the future. For now, I think the general desired effect is to not trigger them.

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