problem with trigger to bypass


    Nov 09 2006 | 3:00 pm
    Hi,
    I have a problem with my patch below, I tried to comment it extensively so that you get the idea what I am trying to do...;)
    here is the problem:
    Note 68 (G#3) should bypass my TC Fireworx. the only problem seems to be that a noteon bypasses the Fireworx, whereas a noteoff immediately turns bypass off again -- in my limited abilities to use Max I have not succeeded to stripnote the noteon/offs in a way that toggles a toggle.
    A bit of background: The notes I am inputting into Max come from a Triggerbox, piezos are converted by a Roland TMC-6 (a six input Trigger-To-Midi Box) and routed into an Emagic MT-4 Midi Interface.
    I would be very happy if you could tell me what I'm doing wrong, I feel like I am overlooking something tres simple...
    thank you very much
    kai
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    • Nov 09 2006 | 3:34 pm
      On 9 nov. 06, at 16:00, K9 Kai Niggemann wrote:
      > here is the problem: > > Note 68 (G#3) should bypass my TC Fireworx. the only problem seems to > be that a noteon bypasses the Fireworx, whereas a noteoff immediately > turns bypass off again -- in my limited abilities to use Max I have > not succeeded to stripnote the noteon/offs in a way that toggles a > toggle.
      noteoff has a velocity of 0, so do something like [notein]->[sel 0]->[noteout]:
    • Nov 09 2006 | 3:38 pm
      hello kai,
      the easiest way i could think of solving your problem is to make velocity 0 (noteoff) close a gate, which will prevent your notes to change the toggle's state twice for every note.
      see below
      hth
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      > Note 68 (G#3) should bypass my TC Fireworx. the only problem seems > to be that a noteon bypasses the Fireworx, whereas a noteoff > immediately turns bypass off again -- in my limited abilities to > use Max I have not succeeded to stripnote the noteon/offs in a way > that toggles a toggle.
    • Nov 16 2006 | 8:01 am
      K9 Kai Niggemann wrote: > I would be very happy if you could tell me what I'm doing wrong, I feel > like I am overlooking something tres simple...
      stripnot is ment to be connected with both inputs, and if you send the toggle a 68, it will switch on and pass a 68 always (its not a 1).
      You need to have a stripnote directly after your notein connected with note and velocity, and then have a [sel 68] instead of the split to trigger the toggle with a bang...
      Stefan
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