It's a bit off-topic from this discussion, but the per-note settings would be quite great for SF2. 

To quickly switch to another instrument patch so slightly change the sound (or in this case accent, [thanks for the link]) would be very nice as it wouldn't require a clunky automation track for temporary patch or bank changes within a segment.

This may also be better suited for the LB302 accent now that you describe it that way.  Does MIDI have a channel for patches and banks?  Would it be proper to treat it like an SF2 patch/bank and "hit a few birds" with this one?  (not trying to underestimate the amount of work for the per-note enhancement of course).

 

- Tres.Finocchiaro@gmail.com


On Tue, Jun 17, 2014 at 7:19 AM, giakka96@hotmail.it <giakka96@hotmail.it> wrote:
Mmh, ok I didn't quite understand the point xD
I just thought that it wouldn't be a trouble to use a note as an
automation-point (that is the way you change a single value at a certain
point in time, using an automation track; I imagined that LMMS could
just read that note the same way it read an automation point)

Ok, let's stick with volume-controlled accent with ON-VolCtrl-OFF: it
will be visible as a new feature, and you can use it in both ways
(automation/volume).

Oh, I forgot to sign. Gotta change my e-mail, I think >->

~DeRobyJ

(as for backward compatibility and copying, I don't see the problem. But
that's off-topic, as diiz said)



Il 17/06/2014 12:28, Vesa ha scritto:
> On 06/17/2014 12:53 PM, giakka96@hotmail.it wrote:
>> Let's add another feature:
>> - Toggle a switch of choice (or put a knob to a value)
>>
> Can't do that, because regular knobs and switches don't have per-note
> values.
>
> But an idea that has already been talked about on the mailing list is
> creating the possibility to add per-note controls in instruments.
> Instruments plugins would each have to expose these controls
> specifically, by a specially designed API, and you could then set them
> in the piano roll the same way as note volume and panning.
>
> This could only work for native LMMS instruments though, so no Zyn or VST.
>
> However, this is a bit off-topic... this "per-note controls" idea is
> still very much theoretical at this point, and it's not certain
> if/when/how it gets done.
>
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