MIDI Answers Chew on this for awhile.....

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2005/02/22 16:47:29 (permalink)

MIDI Answers Chew on this for awhile.....

Those of you who think I'm being harsh to people's inquiries....chew on this for awhile. If you're new to Project 5 and you've just gotten into MIDI...i.e. you have gotten a MIDI controller and are having trouble using it, well, here's a tip. You can re-program the MIDI trigger notes on each module inside of nPulse by clicking on it and holding the mouse button down while moving it, and the different MIDI trigger notes are displayed as you move. Play with your keyboard until you hear the note being played, then go on to the next module. After you've gone through all 12 modules, save it as a preset, and as part of the name, put in the Octave number it's set on.....i.e. a probable name would be "Preset1 Octave 3".

That way, next time you need to use nPulse, click on that setting and it will already be set for you.
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    RE: MIDI Answers Chew on this for awhile..... 2005/02/22 16:59:25 (permalink)
    chew on this for awhile.
    Mmmm ... tastes like Cake. Good undocumented tip, Nelson. You can also right-click on any module to preview its currently programmed sound.
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    RE: MIDI Answers Chew on this for awhile..... 2005/02/23 08:33:01 (permalink)
    I always assumed this was common knowledge seeing how one of the buttons on npulse is the note you can use. It's not hidden or anything.
    post edited by DelvarWorld - 2005/02/23 08:40:34
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