[LAU] live with keyboard

Brandon Hale bthaleproductions at gmail.com
Mon Sep 20 14:24:01 CEST 2021

> I would prefer to touch a single key of my notebook to select a sound/preset.
You could use the |key| object and route it to a |select| to do just that.

You could also program your middle grandpiano pedal to cycle through 
each preset you wanted. The cc pedal could be hooked up to a counter 
that then cycles through each preset based on the number it goes to, 
turning on and off spigots to route your midi data (while also sending 
flush messages to stop any stuck notes).

I hope this helps,

Brandon Hale

On 9/19/21 18:05, Gerhard Wolfstieg wrote:
>       Hallo Brandon, hi all together!
> On Sun, 19 Sep 2021 10:56:04 -0400
> Brandon Hale
> <bthaleproductions at gmail.com> schrieb:
>> I think the way I would approach it is use a pd-l2ork patch. You can
>> route all midi into it, then use a patch that will change the midi
>> output when pressing a certain midi button. Then, you can route pd to
>> all of your synths that you want to use. You would be building your own
>> midi mixer.
>> I think the downsides to this approach is you need to know how to
>> program with pd to do this. However, the patch would be pretty simple:
> This isn’t a downside. pd and I are acquainted with each other.
> As midi cc button I would only have a middle grandpiano pedal to switch
> to the next sound preset in a row of presets for let’s say a concert.
>    All other midi cc is only reachable by preessing at least two buttons
> which is too much. And all of the 88 keys I need for playing. I would
> prefer to touch a single key of my notebook to select a sound/preset.
> I’m quite safe that could be done within pd.
>      Thanks for your post and Grüße, Gerhard
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