[PD] Putting sounds on different channels
barknech at ph-cip.uni-koeln.de
Mon Feb 25 18:40:33 CET 2002
Marcus Flanagan hat gesagt: // Marcus Flanagan wrote:
> How do I put a backing on one channel and a melody line on another?
> At the moment I have them on the same channel and therefore can not
> manipulate them separately, e.g. different MIDI instrument sounds, etc.
> Whenever I pay a melody note that is in the backing progression, they
> seem to clash together and sound weird.
[Could you turn off the html-formating and send text? Some subscribers
including me tend to ignore html-mails. Thank you.]
Looking at the PD-patch, you sent in an earlier mail (and that I ignored
because of the html), you are using the [noteout], [ctlout], ... midi
objects without argument, that is you make them send on channel 1 only.
You can change this, if you give these objects a channel number as
arguments, for example [noteout 2] or [noteout 10] will only send on
midi channel 2 or 10 respectivly. Otherwise you will need to send the
[noteout] object a three part message including the channel number to
use as last argument.
Hope that helps,
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