From Tim Lee
Sent Mon, Jan 14th 2008, 23:46
thanks Ryan, but I was wondering if there's a non-midi way to do this. anyone else got any ideas ? On 1/14/08 5:35 PM, "Plutoniq9 ?" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >=20 > I might be able to whip something up in Synthedit that would split two no= tes > from a midi in channel into two different monophonic note #'s on seperate= midi > channels. You can't create VST modules yet in Synthedit, but should be ea= sy > enough to make a VSTi that just outputs midi, so will act as a midi proce= ssor. > Other than that, you might want to look at Midi-OX, the programmer in the= past > has been very helpful in implementing suggestions into his program. >=20 > Cya >=20 > Ryan >=20 >> Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:35:20 -0500 >> From: email@example.com >> To: firstname.lastname@example.org >> Subject: [AH] Duophony from two CV inputs >>=20 >> Hello. >>=20 >> I want to emulate the duophony of my old EML 100 (where a new note will >> steal one of the oscs then give it back when you release the key) with t= wo >> CV sources. I have a Korg MS20 + MS02 providing one CV source and a Doep= fer >> ribbon controller providing the other. Is there some kind of (probably l= ogic >> based) module I can use to generate duophony ? I don=A9=F6t want to just hoo= k up >> the keyboard to two oscs and the doepfer on the other osc. I may have to= go >> down the MIDI keyboard + MOTM 650 route which wouldn=A9=F6t be a disaster bu= t I=A9=F6m >> interested to know if there=A9=F6s another way.