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MIDI Control in Max

Lecture for N410 F2013
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Ben Smith

on 1 September 2013

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Transcript of MIDI Control in Max

MIDI Control
in
MAX
What MIDI data do we want to use?
MIDI messages:
note-on
note-off
system-exclusive
program change
continuous controller
in MAX
midiin
midiout
ctlin
notein
ctlout
noteout
bendin, xbendin, rtin
pgmin
pgmout
2 Most Useful:
MIDI in Max
Every MIDI interface has
a "device id" in Max.
Every note/pgm/ctl is on a MIDI channel (1-16).
dbl-click a MIDI object to see the "device" list
allows MIDI hardware to be chained and addressed individually
NOTEIN
Pitch
Velocity
pitch multiplier? ... ?
Creating a control scheme:
gain? ... ?
the problem of range...
MIDI values go from __ to __
but
we want to control something from __ to __
solution?
scale 0 127 _._ _._
Try it!
1. [notein], make sure you get data from your keyboard.
2. pick a
parameter
to control.
3. decide on the
range
to control.
4. patch it all together and
play
!
CTLIN
Control Value
Control Number
???
Creating a control scheme:
redux
use for different parameters.
Try it!
1. [ctlin], open help patch, twist knobs, push faders and note which Control # goes with which.
2. pick a
parameter
to control.
3. decide on the
range
to control.
4. decide on the
knob/fader
to use, get the Control #.
5.
[ctlin #]
- where # is the Control #
6. patch it all together and
play
!
?
?
Mode 1: <trigger>
NOTEIN
Presets
To get a bang on specific note:
select 64
Try it!
1. [notein], make sure you get data from your keyboard.
2. pick a note and create a
select
object.
3. create a message with the
preset
number to trigger.
4. patch it all together and
play
!
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