I got stuck with a (simple) midi control issue.
I would like to implement a logic that keeps preventing controller value jumps
when using faders that are multiply assigned. The last value should rather
be picked up by the current fader position (when reached) instead of being overwritten, which leads to harsh changes in the amplitude.
please regret this off-topic request, but i'm urgently
searching for a phd vacancy in computational acoustics,
computer music or related. anywhere in europe or abroad.
so if you know about postgraduate studies in your
institute/faculty please let me know.
maybe you can point me to a list, board or forum where such
vacancies are posted.
thanks a lot for your help !
your patch doesn't work either.
I connected [ctlin 14] to the left inlet, a toggle [x] to the right as
well as an Hslider to the outlet (values 0-127).
Maybe i didn't explain clear enough that the multiple assignment
is physical (done by the interface), not in PD. It's a Korg Nano Kontrol.
It has 9 faders/knobs and 4 scenes (or pages), so virtually 36 controls.
i turn knob number 1, fine. switch to scene 2, turn more, not affecting
the patch (because the knob is now [ctlin 36] or whatever. I go back
to scene 1 and the value jumps
ps. switching between the scenes/layers is AFAIK done in the interface,
and not spitting out any MIDI message.
i feed realtime midi data to seq in order to write them into a file,
but no luck,
i appreciate your helpfile, but it's still not clear to me, in which order
i have to bang "write" "record" "stop" "bang" (midiflush ?)
thanks a lot