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Midi Implementation Chart for the Digital Output  
« on: Dec 11th, 2002, 8:21pm »
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Hi, i have an idea about the Digital Output. All the midi synthetizers have a Midi Chart, where you can find what midi messages are recognized or not. Example: my soundblaster card accept 91 reverb, 93 chorus, expression, wheel, and not much more than this. My external keyboard recognize much more messages than this, example: 71 Harmonic Content.
In another post, olivier says by example, that Melody dont accept the breath controller.  
I think can be util a table that says what  messages are accepted and interpreted and what is played via FX exclusives of Melody.
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Midi Message:Harm. cont.  
N°: 71
Interpreted via midi: No (i dont know the reality)  
Interpreted via FX: Yes
 
It can help you to avoid or translate the midi messages incompatibles with Melody SoundBase
 
A link i found to ilustrate what i want say
http://www.dj-media.com/doc/the_midi_implementation_chart.asp
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Re: Midi Implementation Chart for the Digital Outp  
« Reply #1 on: Dec 12th, 2002, 9:42am »
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You can already do this by using curves.
However, when doing this, the file will only be played properly on synthesizers that recognize the specific message.
 
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Re: Midi Implementation Chart for the Digital Outp  
« Reply #2 on: Dec 12th, 2002, 6:35pm »
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When re-reading your original message, I realize that I probably misunderstood it.
 
What you would want is to get a "Midi implementation chart" of Melody, i.e. which MIDI events Melody recognizes ?
 
However, I do not understand how there could be a MIDI message that  could be played by Melody through its FX processors, but not through the MIDI port.
 
If it is not part of the MIDI standard (for example, Equalizer settings), then it cannot be written into a MIDI implementation chart, because it is not a MIDI message, so it has no MIDI format or controler number....
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Re: Midi Implementation Chart for the Digital Outp  
« Reply #3 on: Dec 12th, 2002, 7:31pm »
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Olivier: an example to understand better. The midi message 71 is "Harmonic Content". When you use it whit a synth that accept it, the sound is more rich in harmonics.
Maybe Melody dont use this message for nothing, and is lost if i play a midi trough soundbase with this messages. So in this "Implementation chart" you can say: "Harmonic content midi message is not recognized (yes transmitted), buy you can substitute it using a UserSound with this xxx presets, or with this FX"
I remember a demo of a piano of the Goldbase where the Harmonic content was strong, and you do it via FX or something like.  
Well, xcuse you must read me twice
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