Monophonic Synth Controller for Virtual Synths
|note priority||int||opt||An optional integer argument in the range 0 - 2 can be used to specify note priority (see theattribute listing).|
|| In first inlet: The number is treated as a pitch value for a MIDI note-on message. Output of the received number and its corresponding velocity value is dependent on the
attribute and the triggering modes (set using the or messages). |
In second inlet: The number is stored as a velocity to be paired with pitch numbers received in the left inlet.
||In right inlet: The number is stored as a velocity to be paired with pitch numbers received in the left inlet.|
|clear||Themessage will send a note-off message to stop any notes which are currently playing.|
|laststep||The ddg.mono object to send a note-off message for the last note played.message will cause the|
|legato||The ddg.mono object to send its output only when a new note is played.message will cause the|
|retrig||The ddg.mono object to send its output on each key press (i.e., retriggering previously played notes).message will cause the|
|legatomode||int|| Sets the legato mode. The mode settings are as follows:
mode 0 (retrigger): Retrigger on each keypress (default).
mode 1 (legato): Retrigger on new note only.
mode 2 (laststep): Send a noteoff message on last note only.
|mode||int|| Sets the note priority mode. The mode settings are as follows:
mode 0: The last note played has priority (default).
mode 1: The highest note played has priority.
mode 2: The lowest note played has priority.