Qwerty Keyboard "Virtual Device" Questions

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Post Tue Nov 05, 2019 8:02 am

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I'm sorely disappointed at the functionality of the Qwerty keyboard implementation, so far.

Is there a way to change octaves?

Is there a way to get all the keys to work? Two octaves?

Is there a way to make chords?

I have MIDI controllers but I'm a hobbyist and prefer to relax on a laptop and poke away at the Qwerty keyboard, then deal with dynamics by programming.

Comparing FL Studio's Qwerty implementation, the "typing keyboard to piano keyboard" is a way better approach. It's always active and has the ability to write scripts to create chord progressions.

I've downloaded:
Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard
[code]http://vmpk.sourceforge.net/ (http://vmpk.sourceforge.net/)[/code]
And I'll try this out, but I'd prefer a holistic approach.

Any better suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

I'm new to Waveform, I've been using FL Studio for around 20 years and recently bought Cubase 10 instead of Waveform.

I feel Cubase 10 was a bit of a mistake to buy but I got it at 50% plus the cross grade discount, but that's off topic.

I also create plug-ins in SynthEdit, when they work!

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