How do I create a range - say and octave - that will have the same key number transmitted…here’s the use case - I am building some FX for live, and I use a range so I can layer (in this case) a clap sound that has a constant pitch and a noise sound that follows the keyboard.
So I need the clap sound - coming from a Toontrack plugin - to stay on that keymap for the whole octave and not follow the keyboard (not number wise)…
Not sure I understand well. Last week I wanted to trigger some single drums when at each chord hit (was trying Child’s Anthem from Toto). I made a quick and dirty Scriptlet for this if it is what you want (And if I can retrieve it ).
So the idea is to keep the pitch the same across an octave of keys. What Pianopaul is describing certainly is a work around (but hugely labor intensive and messy), but I was hoping there is a way to assign a physical range of keys, with each of those keys triggering the same note (for example) or with many hardware synths (Roland for example) I can get a percussion sound (or orch hit or noise sound, etc.) to trigger from the key range without affecting pitch.
singleNote : parameter 0..127=60;
playingNotes : NoteTracker;
SetInfoMessage("A Scriptlet which converts any chords or single notes to a single hit note.")
SetDisplayMessage("Hit Note V0.9 - @David-san")
On NoteOnEvent(noteON : NoteMessage)
On NoteOffEvent(noteOFF : NoteMessage)
Drop the .gpfav file above into your wiring view, connect your MIDI In Block in it, you will get a single MIDI note at the output. Double click on the Scriptlet Block to set the note slider. Use several in parallel if you need several notes.