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alanlisa
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Logic editor

Post by alanlisa » Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:03 am

Hi I am trying to set up logic editor to transpose multiple prg changes to note numbers. for instance prg 1 to note number 60 prg 2 to 61 etc etc. I have tried many combination within the editor but it sets all the prg to the same note number. is it possible to do this or will the editor only do 1 at a time. would appreciate any advice...
Alan

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Re: Logic editor

Post by vic_france » Wed Dec 21, 2016 2:00 pm

Upper Section..
Type is___Equal___Program Change

Lower Section..
Type___Set to fixed value___Note
Value 1___Add___59
Value 2___Set to fixed value___64 (the note on will need some velocity value.. I chose "64" in this example)

Function = "Transform"

But of course, while that will indeed generate Note Ons, there will be no way to generate a corresponding Note off ;).
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Re: Logic editor

Post by alanlisa » Thu Dec 22, 2016 12:25 am

Thank you !! Very much appreciated, your answer is so logical. I just didn't see it.
Tried it, works perfect.
Alan

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