I'm using Loopmidi (a virtual midi cable) to send MIDI data from Studio One to Renoise. When I change editing octave (to track something manually), all my MIDI in data gets transposed. Did I miss some toggle to not make this happen? I have to manually make sure I'm in the right octave before playing anything, which makes this kind of routing very difficult to use.
Octave change transposes ALL midi signals?
Posted 06 March 2017 - 08:54
OK There should be a tool that works around this problem..
I can get why it might be "practical" (but illogical) to follow the editing octave when jamming with a keyboard, but when recieving midi signals from other programs it will pretty much break your workflow.
Posted 06 March 2017 - 16:57
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Posted 13 July 2017 - 00:17
Also keeps things easy for me as its like All Roads Lead to Rome, as whatever device I play, I know Renoise has the final say. This also helps a lot for working with Kontakt sample instrument s as they have multiple spans and switches that are octave dependent.
If my external keyboard sent a note 60 and Renoise records just that,it could be difficult for me to adjust the octave limits of the hardware. But since it transposes I can basically use just one octave and adjust it on the go for a particular instrument octave.
For Studio One, you could use Rewire maybe, or transpose the octaves back in Renoise via advanced edit.