piz midi plugins (windows/linux/mac)

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KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Tue Sep 25, 2007 1:46 pm

hcv242 wrote:just didnt understand how the last parameter (out channel) works in the notchfilter. im using it in "pass mode" to allow only 4 midi msgs (note / mod wheel / breath / pitch bend), the rest is filtered out. all the 4 cc slots are set to "Channel : Any". how does the "out Channel" affects this setup ?
if you set the out channel to something, then "block" mode becomes "channelize" mode, and the messages are sent on that channel. i could easily apply this to "pass" mode as well, but i didn't because i couldn't think of a good name for that mode. but i might as well change it so you can pass and channelize at the same time, otherwise you'd have to put a channelize plugin after this one.

let me know if you have any suggestions for how it should work.
it would also be nice to have a plug that converted a cc to pitchbend (and even other msgs) ive got 3 midi controllers with lots of knobs (CCs) and none have a pitch wheel.

anyways ... thanks a lot for what you already gave us.
you're welcome, and yes, i'll make a plugin that does that. should be pretty easy.
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KVRist
443 posts since 13 Feb, 2006

Post Tue Sep 25, 2007 3:07 pm

is it possible to make a vst version of th 0303 tone sequencer?
http://www.wizardmaster.com/bludgeonsof ... index.html

or is it possible to make a vst that plays incoming midi winh the pc speaker?

KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Tue Sep 25, 2007 3:30 pm

-PIKU- wrote:is it possible to make a vst version of th 0303 tone sequencer?
www.wizardmaster.com

or is it possible to make a vst that plays incoming midi winh the pc speaker?
i'm sure it is possible. i'll do some research....

ok, i think on Windows, i'd use Beep(dwFreq,dwDuration) where dwFreq is 37-32767 Hz and dwDuration is in ms.

i'll try it later.
wrongtastic, baby
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KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Tue Sep 25, 2007 8:16 pm

it works.
http://thepiz.org/xt/midiToBeep.zip

it's very crude. velocity is mapped to note duration. if you play it with a sequencer, the timing is all weird because it pauses until the beep is over. i don't know if anything can be done about that, but it's kind of cool the way it is.

i have it playing through trollo as i'm typing this. it sounds great.
wrongtastic, baby
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KVRist
443 posts since 13 Feb, 2006

Post Wed Sep 26, 2007 2:01 am

:wink: yes it's very nice!
are you sure it's not possible to fix the duration problem?

KVRAF
1958 posts since 16 Jan, 2005 from France's Dirty South

Post Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:13 am

bidule says your plugins share the same id, may wanna look into this.

KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:44 am

yes, i forgot to change the id on some of them. eventually i'll "register" them all with Steinberg, i guess. and i should start testing them in bidule so it will remind me to do this.
wrongtastic, baby
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KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:46 am

-PIKU- wrote::wink: yes it's very nice!
are you sure it's not possible to fix the duration problem?
i'm sure it is possible. i'll fix it if i can.
wrongtastic, baby
tucson's number one gothic rock band since 1995

KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Wed Sep 26, 2007 7:17 pm

insertpizhere wrote:if you set the out channel to something, then "block" mode becomes "channelize" mode, and the messages are sent on that channel. i could easily apply this to "pass" mode as well, but i didn't because i couldn't think of a good name for that mode. but i might as well change it so you can pass and channelize at the same time, otherwise you'd have to put a channelize plugin after this one.
i changed this behavior. now the Out Channel will affect Pass mode.
http://thepiz.org/xt/midiNotchFilter.zip
wrongtastic, baby
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KVRian
949 posts since 6 Jun, 2003 from Reading UK. (U rrrrrrs)

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 12:21 am

soma wrote: What about a good hardy MIDI LFO?
NicFit's CC_mod plugin is a fantastic MIDI LFO. All the features I really need in an LFO MIDI plugin - Transport sync, Bar sync, Single Key Sync, All Keys. Various lfo waveforms with adjustable cycle loop points. Variable Tempo sync features. Min/Max cc numbers. Adjustable MIDI resolution. Display showing the ccs created. Fantatic GUI!! Freeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!

http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic ... sc&start=0



Haven't even tried the CC_MOD_Ldev version yet.



Thanks for these plugins Piz (and Soma, NicFit, Rozzer, Piranha amongst many who give their time free of charge) - they will be very useful. :)
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KVRist
344 posts since 14 Oct, 2005

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 2:52 am

midi plugins, http://www.midiplugins.com/ tons all in one place,

KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:08 am

1barEnuff wrote:midi plugins, http://www.midiplugins.com/ tons all in one place,
that is the most complete list around, even if mine aren't on there yet. but the point is that none of those are available for linux... and energyXT without midi plugins just doesn't seem right.

hesnotthemessiah wrote:NicFit's CC_mod plugin is a fantastic MIDI LFO. All the features I really need in an LFO MIDI plugin - Transport sync, Bar sync, Single Key Sync, All Keys. Various lfo waveforms with adjustable cycle loop points. Variable Tempo sync features. Min/Max cc numbers. Adjustable MIDI resolution. Display showing the ccs created. Fantatic GUI!! Freeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!
yes, i will be looking at NicFit's plugin when i make my LFO.
wrongtastic, baby
tucson's number one gothic rock band since 1995

KVRAF
5332 posts since 8 Aug, 2003 from Berlin Germany

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:26 am

I just like having a GUI-less version
I also like the idea of making simple and complex versions.
A complex version would have a merger of 2 ocillators:
PER OSC
-Phase
-Rate (time or beats)
-Min
-Max
-Amp offset? (good for adjusting both min/max live)
-Several shapes (every shape should have an inverse; don't forget Noise and Wander)
-SAH rate (0= off)
GLOBAL
-Smoothness (like a lp filter of shape that is good for live tweaking of sharp shapes and SAH)
-CC#
-Chan#
-output on optional CC#2 with a phase offset
-sync to play position
-trigger by note on (yes/no)
-trigger delay

KVRAF
1958 posts since 16 Jan, 2005 from France's Dirty South

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 6:42 am

soma wrote:I just like having a GUI-less version
I also like the idea of making simple and complex versions.
A complex version would have a merger of 2 ocillators:
PER OSC
-Phase
-Rate (time or beats)
-Min
-Max
-Amp offset? (good for adjusting both min/max live)
-Several shapes (every shape should have an inverse; don't forget Noise and Wander)
-SAH rate (0= off)
GLOBAL
-Smoothness (like a lp filter of shape that is good for live tweaking of sharp shapes and SAH)
-CC#
-Chan#
-output on optional CC#2 with a phase offset
-sync to play position
-trigger by note on (yes/no)
-trigger delay
nice !
if you make a 2 osc versions, then you have to add some options like crossfading between two, basic maths (+ - / *), and maybe even a mod routing, like osc1 modifying the phase of osc2...

KVRAF

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2237 posts since 12 Nov, 2002 from swordfish

Post Thu Sep 27, 2007 7:11 am

disturb wrote:bidule says your plugins share the same id, may wanna look into this.
this is fixed now. http://thepiz.org/xt/pizmidi.zip
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