added midi transpose function
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Clicking Midi tab, midi setting window will show up.
You can set NTSeq’s reaction against incoming midi notes.
In this case, when midi note “C” is coming,
the sequencer move one step forward.
When note “C#” is coming, move one step backward.
“>” = moving one step forward
“<” = moving one step backward
“R1” = moving randomly
“R2” = moving randomly(random walk)
“0” = back to step 1
You can set step parameters.
Knob = output midi note number of each step
“-1 0 +1” = octave
V = velocity
G = gate
P = probability
From the top left:
MenuBox1 = root note
MenuBox2 = midi note scale
Gate = base gate time
Knob Range = range of note pitch knob(1 to 4 octave)
Transp = transpose output midi note
“-2 -1 0 +1 +2” = global octave shift
Midi Transpose Function
Turning on “Midi Transp”, you cna control midi transpose by midi note input.
note C2 = 0, C1 = -12, C3 = +12
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