I'm having a problem where a send CC command is activating a particular feature in a vst in Kontakt, however it only does it once. If that specific command comes up again via set technique, it ignores it.
jonathanfreese wrote If that specific command comes up again via set technique, it ignores it.
From what you've mentioned, the code [technique] has been run and is already set to "true".
What is "true" cannot be set to "true again" and (send the CC) twice!
Use flags to first set the original condition, then! unset it and set the new techniques flag(s).
To recall the original condition unset the "CC-technique" flag(s) and set the original flag state.
It should then be possible to "regenerate" the "CC-technique" at a different point in the score.
I think it's hard to diagnose and test these codes on the internet forum.
Thanks so much for your help!
I've managed to make progress, however, after the bottom technique (con sord) is called upon again, it only activates for one note then goes back to either default position of no cc 31 value, or switches to the Senza sord rule.
BTW, I'm using brushes and cross-sticks because notion does not seem to do anything with "con sord." and "senza sord".
I've attached a revised document below that uses these Notion techniques.
The "Express Entry" computer keyboard equivalence are 'mute or 'ssor
I inserted the data values shown in your post of the Notion 5 Rule Editor above.
Check your vsti Users Manual for the correct MIDI Continuous Control numbers and data levels.
These should help as a starting point in finding a solution.
thank you very much for rules personalized
on mute I just used for strings
with CC15 for eastwest hollywood strings.
it remains for me to settle the problem of finger positions
with my CC70 and I'll do a little tour of the loan the most important articulations.
here's another example of rule personnalisee
on violins 1 for series eastwest hollywood strings diamond or gold.
Again thank you for the answers which have been made
Finally, it helps to understand the subtleties of this superb software.
johnnewberry wroteI've attached a revised document below that uses these Notion techniques.
I cannot thank you enough.
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