Midi cc control with cursor_value

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  • #2235 Répondre
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    So i followed the manual and found out ho to get this working but I can not find out the right value for the cursor.

    I try to change value mapping parameters but I can not get it to go from the normal 0 to 127 midi values. My only solution by now was to zoom out allot and create huge circles/lines to get some little advantage from the cursor_value function on a cc midi message. But my controlled midi stuff is affected only by a few midi steps. (hope you get the point trough my poor words)

    I must say that i’m new at osc stuff and not so quick with coding.

    Is there a way to get sense of it with the graphic interface? If so Iannix will become my most loved sequencer in the software domain. Great also to pilot analogue stuff via midi.

    Hope you can help and keep on moving!

    #2737 Répondre
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    Have a look at the documentation Reference sections on Cursors, under the Mapping heading.

    You can set the target range to the desired MIDI range, say 0 to 127. Then the message variables cursor_value_x, etc go over this range rather than 0 to 1.

    You can set up the remapping of cursor x and y target ranges in the user interface with the Inspector. Select the desired cursor in the workspace, and in the Inspector change the “Value Mapping” “To” values from their default of 0 1 1 0 to the desired midi ranges for the x axis and the y axis. e.g. For cursor_value_x to run from 40 to 120 and cursor_value_z to run from 0 to 127 set the “to” value to 40 120 127 0.

    I hope this explanation is clear enough. Let me know if you need more help.

    The upcoming 0.8.22 IanniX release will have a much more powerful means of remapping variables in messages using embedded Javascript expressions in the message. Among other things this will allow using data rescaling functions like are available for example in Processing or MaxMSP. You can also write your own JS expressions to combine variable and remap them in any way you can imagine.

    – Chris

    #2738 Répondre
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    Seems clear now thanks allot!

    #2739 Répondre
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    #2740 Répondre
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    Thanks a lot 🙂 !

    #3296 Répondre
    Toby
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    Hi there, I am trying to control an on screen mouse cursor and key presses via either OSC or MIDI with the aim of controlling a computer game with musical instruments and other HID devices. Would I be able to do that with this software or is the topic here about controlling MIDI with a cursor (ie. other way around)? Thanks.

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