[LAU] Echo MIDI note number being played (solved)
brummer- at web.de
Thu Jun 9 08:08:09 UTC 2016
Am 09.06.2016 um 09:54 schrieb Lorenzo Sutton:
> Hi Yassin,
> On 09/06/2016 01:36, Yassin Philip wrote:
>> On 08/06/16 23:24, Yassin Philip wrote:
>>> On 08/06/16 23:01, Yassin Philip wrote:
>>>> Hi all!
>>>> I'm trying to find out what MIDIKEY number this weird controller I
>>>> have is sending. Sure enough, I can try them all from 1 to 127, but I
>>>> seem to remember an utility to do that?
>>>> It would speed up the process a lot :)
>>> I found a gmidimonitor that says, for each hit on the pads:
>>> Channel Message
>>> 10 Drum: Hi mid Tom (C, octave 3, velocity 43)
>>> 1 Note on, C, octave 3, velocity 43
>>> But what I need is the number to use in the DrumGizmo's midimap.xml
> Just for further reference, a really quick way would be to create a Pd
> patch and attach a numberbox to a [notein] leftmost outlet (of course
> connect your midi controller to Pd via alsa-midi!).
> That will give you the note number. Take into account that Pd will
> expose both note-on and note-off (i.e. a note with a velocity of 0)...
> that's normal :)
Or simply use midisnoop
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