I haven't done much audio with pd so hopefully this is simple. (searched here with no luck)
I want to have people trigger notes in ableton via several sensors.
I'm sending the triggered MIDI notes to ableton via [noteout].
when a person is triggering the sensor the note is ON, and it's OFF when the person is not triggering the sensor.
In ableton i have the arpeggiator effect on.
if i play a regular (akai) midi keyboard now (through ableton and the arpeggiator effect), it works like normal and when i release a key the note stops.
My problem is a note sent from pd repeats and wont stop when released.
if i remove the arpeggiator effect, it plays normally.
why does the arpeggiator repeat from pd, and not with my midi keyboard?
how can i stop it from repeating when being sent from pd?
thanks in advance!!!
Thanks a lot. I tried it out - looks close but the effect is more like a tint over all the colors (more or less).
I'm hoping for something like this that shifts each color:
Feel like i've tried every gem object... if anyone has any ideas please let me know.
Hello Is there a way to shift the hue for a video or film?
This is what I am aiming for:
Thanks a lot!
Thanks @whale-av this helped.
What I am after is being able to key out the background just like green-screening (where the background is keyed out and you see a video behind a person)... Then I want to key out the person to reveal another video in their silhouette.
This works but gemhead 1 and 2 are easily key out together in the second round (of keying).
Here is what I hope to do:
Chroma key out parts of one gemhead film layer,
to reveal parts a film playing behind it (another gemhead layer)...
(Can i ) flatten these two gemheads and then manipulate it further, i.e.:
chroma key out more parts (originally from the top gemhead layer),
to reveal another film playing in the background?
Any help would be much appreciated!