kslider bug

Jul 21, 2008 at 6:42pm

kslider bug

hmm… seems to be the bug day..
i have a kslider in polyphonic mode with a large range. the notes
above 127 shows as if they were “on” all the time. it doesn’t happen
in monophonic mode.
maybe someone doesn’t want us to go beyond the midi range?

example below.

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#38966
Jul 21, 2008 at 7:16pm

On Jul 21, 2008, at 11:42 AM, Mattias Petersson wrote:
> maybe someone doesn’t want us to go beyond the midi range?

Are you making music for dogs & bats?

-C

Chris Muir
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#136466
Jul 21, 2008 at 7:40pm

>> maybe someone doesn’t want us to go beyond the midi range?
> Are you making music for dogs & bats?
i’m batman. :-)

#136467
Jul 21, 2008 at 7:46pm

On 21 juil. 08, at 21:40, Mattias Petersson wrote:

>> Are you making music for dogs & bats?
>
> i’m batman. :-)

I’ll add that to my todo list, with a low prority though, because the
MIDI batmobile is limited to 128 anyway…

ej

#136468
Jul 23, 2008 at 6:32am

Emmanuel Jourdan schrieb:
> I’ll add that to my todo list, with a low prority though, because the
> MIDI batmobile is limited to 128 anyway…

I realised that it was on low priority, I reported it a long time ago.
But the reason isn’t understandable at all, The places I use kslider for
example is to represent the hearing range, not Midi. It doesn’t need to
be much more but 2 octaves at least. But if you are at it, you might
just fix it for the dogs and cats as well (which would probably only
need 3 octaves more… ;-)

Stefan


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#136469
Jul 23, 2008 at 7:19am

On Jul 22, 2008, at 11:32 PM, Stefan Tiedje wrote:

> The places I use kslider for example is to represent the hearing range

128 notes covers the range of hearing (and then some), MIDI is just
offset a little. Here’s a simple patcher that uses an offset of one
octave and goes from a low C 16.351599 Hz, to a high G at 25087.707031
Hz

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Chris Muir
cbm@well.com

http://www.xfade.com

#136470
Jul 23, 2008 at 4:54pm

Chris Muir schrieb:
> 128 notes covers the range of hearing (and then some), MIDI is just
> offset a little. Here’s a simple patcher that uses an offset of one
> octave and goes from a low C 16.351599 Hz, to a high G at 25087.707031 Hz

Of course, but an offset to work around an obvious bug is just plain
ugly (especially if you have to feed back information into kslider)…
There are other uses where you might want to span more than the hearing
range, what about a seemless move between rythm and sound? Define beats
as notes…
The unnecessary limitation of objects dealing with midi to the limits of
midi are bugging me always – in principle. Fortunately there are not may
left… ;-)

By the way, I’d like to be able to make the kslider even smaller than
its momentary smallest size. I think it is possible to cut each key
further by two pixels (one on each side…)

Stefan


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