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Full MIDI Re-Map

Thu May 06, 2021 1:25 pm

If you ever want to re-map your MIDI, there's two ways to do this.
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The Environment.
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The Environment has the advantage that the re-map notes get MIDI Recorded.
The Scripter doesn't, you'd have to go thru IAC to finally get the re-map notes to MIDI Record.

A scenario that I see a usage for this is, on a 88-keyboard, you can split the keyboard to play in two different scales.
One half, D Harmonic Minor and the other half F Major. :mrgreen:
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Re: Full MIDI Re-Map

Thu May 06, 2021 6:43 pm

(especially the mentioned scales option)
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