These are chat archives for supercollider/supercollider

9th
May 2016
cougarten
@cougarten
May 09 2016 11:38
Thank you so much @llloret !
Haven't fully tested the new windows build, but I think you revived my project to write/emulate a quarter-tone firmware for my keyboard. 2 tones per key, yaaay :) and sysex, yaaaay
Luis Lloret
@llloret
May 09 2016 11:45
Great. Is the test build already available? Didn't see that.
cougarten
@cougarten
May 09 2016 11:45
yes, @bagong posted it to the mailinglist
Luis Lloret
@llloret
May 09 2016 12:14
Ok.
@cougarten What project is that?
cougarten
@cougarten
May 09 2016 12:16
I got a QuNexus midi keyboard. By default it features 'tilt" on every key, by evaluating the two pressure sensors it has per key. With sysex I throw it in to debug mode where it gives the raw sensor data via CC messages and than write the firmware logic in SC
If i hit the upper half of a key, the tone will be send on midi channel 2, which i can assign an instrument to which is a quarternote too high
so I can play a quarter note higher on the upper half of the key
Also the default tilt implementation is no good (300ms delay until it works or something), might reimplement that too
It's nice to have pitchbend on every key :)
Luis Lloret
@llloret
May 09 2016 12:19
Cool!
cougarten
@cougarten
May 09 2016 12:21
It used to freeze when I hit 2 keys at once. I think that you fixed now. I managed to record this without a crash (took many tries with that bug): https://soundcloud.com/leon-jasper-maximilian-wilmanns/quarterkeys-1
Luis Lloret
@llloret
May 09 2016 12:25
It's good to hear that sysex seems to be working. I could not test it too much with my equipment
cougarten
@cougarten
May 09 2016 12:26
Haven't tested it yet either, sorry :)
But the QuNexus is so stuborn, even if it doesn't work it's probably not your code
with maxmsp it takes 2-3 tries until it works...
Luis Lloret
@llloret
May 09 2016 12:31
😃