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    • By opmo
      MIDI ENTRY
       
      To start the MIDI input into your score file, select the command MIDI Entry from the Tools menu. When MIDI Entry is ON, the Listener echo bar will change to orange:
       

       
      Now you know the MIDI Entry is ON. Depending on the position of the pitch-bend wheel and the modulation wheel as well as the position of the sustain pedal the colour of the Listener echo bar will change.
       
      To make the MIDI Entry as functional as possible there are a number of commands that will increase the speed of your work without the need to move away form your MIDI keyboard.
       
      Every entry is octave independent, except the pitch entry.
       

       
       Pitch                                  
      Enter pitch symbols and chords into your score.
       
       Length and Tuplet                      
      Pitch-Bend: Up-Full
      C 1 D 1/2 E 1/4 F 1/8 G 1/16 A 1/32 B 1/64 Cs 3 Ds 5 Fs 6 Gs 7 Bb 9  
       Length-rest and Tuplet                 
      Pitch-Bend: Down-Full
      C -1 D -1/2 E -1/4 F -1/8 G -1/16 A -1/32 B -1/64 Cs -3 Ds -5 Fs -6 Gs -7 Bb -9  
       Velocity                               
      Pitch-Bend: UP-Half
      C   pppp Cs  ppp D   pp Eb  p E   mp F   mf Fs  f G   ff Gs fff A   ffff Bb < B   >  
       Attribute                              
      Pitch-Bend: Down-Half
      C stacc Cs ord D marc Eb fermata E mart F ten Fs pizz G leg Gs trem A tie Bb ped1 B ped  
       Microtonality and Commands             
      Modulation Wheel: Up
      Add a microtonal symbol next to the pitch symbol.
       
      F   + G   - A   . B   .. C   parenthesis pair D   open parenthesis E   close parenthesis Cs move forward char Eb move backward char Fs delete backward char Gs undo Bb new line and indent Note: If you enable MIDI input with the modulation wheel up, you need to move it down and up again in order for it to be considered up.
       
      Entries with Sustain Pedal Down
       
       Pitch                                  
      Add a pitch symbol next to the previous pitch (chord).
       
       Length and Tuplet                      
      Pitch-Bend: Up-Full
      Add a length entry to the previous length value (combine length).
       
       Length-rest and Tuplet                 
      Pitch-Bend: Down-Full
      Add a length-rest entry to the previous rest value (combine length).
       
       Velocity                               
      Pitch-Bend: Up-Half
      Add < or > dynamic symbol to the previous velocity value.
       
       Attribute                              
      Pitch-Bend: Down-Half
      Add (+) attribute to the previous attribute value (combine attributes).
       
      Examples:
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      Janusz
    • By AlainJamot
      I just tried the microtuning function in version 2.0 and it's briliant. But I get this message from the listener: "Instrument "synth-moog" used the MIDI Tuning System for microtones.
      To use Pitch-Bend instead would require at least 2 ports." Where can I find documentation to use the microtonal midi output in Logic and/or in Kontakt, if it's possible, to control my virtual instruments ?
       
      Thanks
       
      Alain
    • By Avner Dorman
      I would like to download version 1.3.24962 but I don't see the link on the main forums page. I have a new computer and I'd like to install opusmodus! 🙂
       
      Many thanks,
      Avner 
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