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On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello everyone!
they are advisory only.
> or are used as part of 14-bit controllers or something. Now I have a
there is not, unless you ever receive the "other half" of the message.
> The following page explains the dilemma:
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On Sun, D=
ec 9, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Julien Claassen <firstname.lastname@example.org>=
=A0 I've got a question about MIDI controller handling in software. I h=
eard, that MIDI CCs 32-63 have special meaning, they =
are advisory only. =A0
or are used as part of 14-bit controllers or something. Now I have a synth,=
which submits those. I'm sure, that other people might also have such =
devices and, that some software delas with them as the maufactureres intend=
=A0 What to do about them/ Is there a way to distinguish between a normal 7=
-bit CC 34 and such a CC in a 14-bit environment.=
there is not, unless you ever receive the "other half" of the mes=
=A0 The following page explains the dilemma:
=A0 My problem is, that the sequencer I'm using, ignores all those CCs =
and thus my recorded performance is lacking in expressiveness.
=A0 Warm regards
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 Julien
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