laser controller midi parameters from osc

Jan 30, 2007 at 2:57pm

laser controller midi parameters from osc

I would like to take OSC values 400 to 800 coming from a hall sensor and scale it to convert to midi velocity 35 to 127. Also a force resistor sensor is giving me values 1023 down to 20 as I press it. I would like to scale that down to convert that to pitch bend. Can anyone help?

#30017
Jan 30, 2007 at 3:20pm

scale 400 800 35 237

On Jan 30, 2007, at 9:57 AM, Michael kessler wrote:

>
> I would like to take OSC values 400 to 800 coming from a hall
> sensor and scale it to convert to midi velocity 35 to 127. Also a
> force resistor sensor is giving me values 1023 down to 20 as I
> press it. I would like to scale that down to convert that to pitch
> bend. Can anyone help?
>

#94981
Jan 30, 2007 at 3:31pm

I’m sorry I’m new to this..
So make an object:scale plus those numbers in the box… what’s the 237???

#94982
Jan 30, 2007 at 3:51pm

i think he meant
“scale 400 800 35 127″

On 1/30/07, Michael kessler wrote:
>
> I’m sorry I’m new to this..
> So make an object:scale plus those numbers in the box… what’s the 237???
>

#94983
Jan 30, 2007 at 4:24pm

i’m afraid you’re never going to be taken seriously by anyone on this
list until you do two things:

1) always check help files of objects. unlock the patch, hold down
option or alt, and click the object.

2) do the tutorials! don’t waste another minute doing email or web
forum stuff.

On Jan 30, 2007, at 10:31 AM, Michael kessler wrote:

>
> I’m sorry I’m new to this..
> So make an object:scale plus those numbers in the box… what’s the
> 237???
>

#94984
Jan 30, 2007 at 4:58pm

yes indeed. damn these stubby fingers of mine!

On Jan 30, 2007, at 10:51 AM, Scott Fitzgerald wrote:

> i think he meant
> “scale 400 800 35 127″
>
> On 1/30/07, Michael kessler wrote:
>>
>> I’m sorry I’m new to this..
>> So make an object:scale plus those numbers in the box… what’s
>> the 237???
>>
>

#94985
Jan 30, 2007 at 5:27pm

i’m afraid you’re never going to be taken seriously by anyone on this
list until you do two things:

1) always check help files of objects. unlock the patch, hold down
option or alt, and click the object.

2) do the tutorials! don’t waste another minute doing email or web
forum stuff.

i think he meant
“scale 400 800 35 127″

I have been reading the tutorials, and usually people are very helpful in the forums. Thanks for the vote of confidence.
As for being taken seriously or not, that is just a condescending way to say, “hey, don’t waste our time with this rudimentary stuff…..
Why respond at all then, Josh?

#94986
Feb 2, 2007 at 7:14pm

Michael kessler wrote:
> i’m afraid you’re never going to be taken seriously by anyone on this
> list until you do two things:

yes, I wanted to post “did you look up the 237.help???” to that question

> I have been reading the tutorials, and usually people are very helpful in the forums. Thanks for the vote of confidence.
> As for being taken seriously or not, that is just a condescending way to say, “hey, don’t waste our time with this rudimentary stuff…..
> Why respond at all then, Josh?

Its another way to help, as all the answers to the posted questions are
in the help file in this case.

I wanted to advise you as well to try out to just type in the core of
any question into an object box, which would be “scale” in that case and
see if an object exists with that name. This would have you prevented
from posting at all…

We all want that everybody is learning the tricks…


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#94987
Feb 2, 2007 at 7:50pm

point taken..
and the scale is working perfectly….
thanks
m

#94988

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