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Old 12-24-2014, 09:39 AM
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Hi John I just received the midiwidget in good grace! Thanks for that. Also the app looks really good.
My idea is to use the midiwidget as midiwidget in a modular synth and once completed I would like to build a servo which will drive a drumstick. The minimum velocities I need would be 8 although 127 would be more then welcome. . The clock outputs are really nice to have to. If you filter them , correct dc offset and amplify them it will give you a nice tempo synced sine LFO. Or leave out the filtering for a synced square LFO.

I have an idea for 2 features to use in modular synthesis or with creative triggering in general. Round robin,
Let's say I assign trigger 1 to 4 to seq a1, seq a2, seq a3 and seq a4
Every time the note of trigger 1 is triggered it cycles true trigger 1 to 4
This could be use full for voice cycling. So every trigger sound different.

The other feature is to assign a range of notes per trigger.
Like this every range of notes could trigger a different envelope.

Cheers Tim
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Old 12-27-2014, 08:04 PM
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Hi Tim, thank you for the feedback!

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Hi John I just received the midiwidget in good grace! Thanks for that. Also the app looks really good.
My idea is to use the midiwidget as midiwidget in a modular synth and once completed I would like to build a servo which will drive a drumstick. The minimum velocities I need would be 8 although 127 would be more then welcome.
It's likely that the MIDIWidget, unlike the MD24 before it, will require an expansion board for servo control. I'm thinking about simply interfacing the MIDIWidget with a third-party off-the-shelf servo control product.

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The clock outputs are really nice to have to. If you filter them , correct dc offset and amplify them it will give you a nice tempo synced sine LFO. Or leave out the filtering for a synced square LFO.
Sounds very cool to me.

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I have an idea for 2 features to use in modular synthesis or with creative triggering in general. Round robin,
Let's say I assign trigger 1 to 4 to seq a1, seq a2, seq a3 and seq a4
Every time the note of trigger 1 is triggered it cycles true trigger 1 to 4
This could be use full for voice cycling. So every trigger sound different.
Ok. I understand. I will put this on the feature request list.

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The other feature is to assign a range of notes per trigger.
Like this every range of notes could trigger a different envelope.
I will record this request also. Both ideas seem like they would be easy enough to implement. Thanks again!
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Old 01-02-2015, 12:55 PM
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Hi John,

Best wishes for 2015!

Thanks for youre reply, happy to hear it might be implemented.

The idea of a premade expansion board for servo controll sounds really good, especially if you have zero experience with that kind of stuff like me
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