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adjust menu

The adjust menu lets you determine the MIDI channel(s) used, as well as which MIDI message is sent by which key axis motion or controller.

 


gestures tab : set what is sent by the pressure and aftertouch axes 

controllers tab : set what is sent by the mod slider and the two pedals 

mode tab : choose the MIDI configuration and MIDI channel(s) used

 

gestures tab


This tab set what is sent by the pressure and aftertouch axes 

First, select pressure or aftertouch with Value encoder 1, then change its parameters : 

  • assign selects the MIDI message sent for the axis motion selected on the left.
  • min sets the minimum value
  • max sets the maximum value
  • activation defines how the value of an axis motion is calculated for scenarios where only one value is sent for the entire keybed instead of per-note. The parameter is only displayed if a mono-channel configuration like "classic keyboard" or "poly aftertouch" has been selected in the config menu. Options are:
    • maximum: the most-pressed key defines the value
    • minimum: the least-pressed key defines the value
    • last note: the key you pressed last defines the value
    • first note: the "oldest" key that is still held defines the value
    • average: the value sent is calculated as an average of all pressed keys

 

controllers tab


This tab defines what is sent by the mod slider and the two pedals.

First, select the controller with Value encoder 1, then change its parameters : 

  • assign selects the MIDI message sent by the controller on the left.
  • min sets the minimum value 
  • max sets the maximum value

 

mode tab


This tab allows you to determine the general MIDI mode and how MIDI messages are distributed across MIDI channel(s) within that mode. It is used to refine the configuration you chose within the config menu when the external software or hardware you wish to control requires it. Find possible adjustments below:

 

mpe
lets you define the end channel for the ‘mpe’ configuration. The master channel for global messages must remain 1 as per the official MPE specification, but the end channel parameter allows you to reduce the channels used for transferring single notes, e.g. when your target device only has limited polyphony. Example: When setting the end channel to 13, notes are distributed in a round-robin pattern across channels 2 to 13, leaving you with 12 notes of polyphony.

 

mono ch.
lets you define the single channel on which notes are sent for legacy MIDI configurations like the ‘classic keyboard’ and ‘poly aftertouch’ configuration.

 

multi ch.
lets you define the start and end channel for the ‘multichannel’ configuration. Example: When selecting start channel 4 and end channel 9, notes will be sent in a round-robin pattern across channels 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, leaving you with 6-note polyphony.

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