Re: Filtering on ctl values & intervals

From: RaphaŽl Mouneyres <rmouneyres_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun Jan 17 2016 - 16:14:03 CET
if what you want can't be done in midish, try http://das.nasophon.de/mididings/ if you don't know it already

RaphaŽl 



Le 17 janv. 2016 ŗ 16:08, Jarl Nilsson <jarl.nilsson@gmail.com> a ťcrit :

> Hello Raphael,
> 
> Yes, that's one aspect for notes and CCs while the other is that there's no possibility to specify the actual value or value interval of a ctl, just the ctl number (much like the note number). There seem to be no modifiers available that reach down to the value level in a similar fashion that the velocity adjustment for the notes do. From a technical and logical point of view the constraint for ctl values could most likely be that "... the set must contain ranges of the same size *or size one*".
> 
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> On Sun, Jan 17, 2016 at 2:21 PM, RaphaŽl Mouneyres <rmouneyres@gmail.com> wrote:
> hello,
> 
> rereading the revelant section of user manual ( http://www.midish.org/manual.html#section_6_1 )
> a note says "The source and destination event sets must be of the same type and must contain ranges of the same size"
> So what you're asking looks like it is not doable as you source range is bigger than the destination range.
> 
> RaphaŽl
> 
> Le 12 janv. 2016 ŗ 02:50, Jarl Nilsson <jarl.nilsson@gmail.com> a ťcrit :
> 
> > My situation is that I receive a CC value to be interpreted into three distinct levels where I'd need to map the three levels into two other CC events with different values from what I received. Something
> > along the line of the below if you can follow:
> >
> >  fmap {ctl in 3:0..63} {ctl out 4:127} # All values in interval 0...63 from ctl 3 would yield a 127 on ctl4,
> >  fmap {ctl in 3:0..63} {ctl out 5:1} # along with a 1 on ctl 5.
> >
> > This far I haven't seen any way to do this. Have I missed something?
> 
> 
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