Re: [AH] MIDI > CV

From Kenneth Balys
Sent Mon, Jul 29th 2013, 19:06

What was the problem? Isn't the RME basically able to do DC voltage?

Was it scaling or something?

ie) You were going from RME Fireface -> Midi/CV -> SEM Pro?



On 13-07-29 4:17 PM, bagofskin wrote:
> I picked up a Sem Pro a while back thinking it would be a good way to handle midi2cv while adding a nice extra voice. Sadly, I found out the hard way that Sem Pros don't function with RME Fireface units.
>
> Apparently Tom developed a fix for it, though.
>
> Scott
>
> On 2013-07-29, at 10:13 AM, Kenny Balys <kenny@beatkamp.com> wrote:
>
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>> I don't want to be too absolute but I think that nearly all converters will handle legatto playing and either high, low or newest note priority.
>>
>> I personally use:
>>
>> - Kenton Pro Solo
>> - Doepfer MCV4
>> - Doepfer A-190-1
>> - Doepfer A-190-2
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>> These converters are guaranteed to do the trick. ie) 'Nail the mini's mono style'.
>>
>> Midi/CV Via Synth:
>> - Arturia MiniBrute
>> - Studio Electronics ATC-1
>> - Vermona Mono Lancet
>>
>> Have used: (Pretty sure these all support legatto and low/high note priority)
>> - Encore Electronics Converter (nice stuff)
>> - Moog Voyager with output CV/Gate
>> - Roland something or other (it was a really old midi/cv table top thing, it worked)
>>
>> It would be hard to find a converter that did not do this. Most folk on this list would likely throw such a converter out the window as a legatto playing technique forms the entire basis for mono synth performance.
>>
>>
>> On 13-07-29 3:29 PM, James Husted wrote:
>>> The Kenton line of MIDI>CV converters do this also. They can be set for Lowest, Highest, and latest note priority. They also have gate outs that can be set to S-trig or various DC levels. Very well built boxes with many programmable features. They make them in different formats. I have 4 of the older models. http://www.kentonuk.com/index.shtml
>>> -James
>>>
>>> On Jul 28, 2013, at 6:53 PM, Andrew Scheidler <oozitron@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Was just watching the demo videos for the new DotCom MIDI>CV module.  It very clearly does the "Minimoog"-style keyboard perfectly:
>>>> 1) Single trigger (aka legato)
>>>> 2) Always plays the lowest note, no matter what other keys you have down or what order you play them
>>>>
>>>> Are there any other MIDI>CV units that nail the Mini's mono keyboard style?
>>>>
>>>> thanks :-)
>>>> Drew
>>>
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