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Re: [fluid-dev] How can I start fluidsynth playback with certain cc comm

From: Martin Larsson
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] How can I start fluidsynth playback with certain cc commands specified from the very start?
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2014 01:59:30 +0100

Interesting… However, shouldn’t I be able to keep on using midi files with 
built-in CC#7 commands and resort to manipulating CC#11 instead (rather than 
forcing my midi-files to use CC#11), even if it’s not the “right” way to do it? 
I don’t care much for doing things the right way right now; I just want it to 
work :)

Anyhow, I’m starting to wonder if I can place CC commands in an init file at 
all. For example, when trying to pan everything to one side by using the CC#10 
command in my init file, everything is still centered during playback. Are my 
CCs being sent before the midi file has been properly set up, and therefore 
also ignored or reset once playback starts?

On 19 Jan 2014, at 00:42, Jim Henry <address@hidden> wrote:

> The "right" way to do what you want would be for you to use CC 7, channel 
> volume, and the MIDI files to use CC 11, expression controller. The two 
> values are multiplied together and divided by 128 to get the final volume of 
> the channel. If the MIDI files use CC 7 for what is really expression 
> control, then you can use CC 11 to control the channel volume to mix the 
> channels.
> Jim Henry
> On 1/18/2014 1:58 PM, Martin Larsson wrote:
>> Yes, I can confirm that this is the case for my midi files (which are 
>> generated from Lilypond). My CC commands aren’t printed anywhere, but in the 
>> list, the following shows up:
>> fluidsynth: cc07100
>> fluidsynth: noteon06490000001.0101.2020.0000
>> fluidsynth: cc17100
>> fluidsynth: noteon16490000011.0101.2030.0001
>> fluidsynth: cc27100
>> fluidsynth: noteon26090000021.0101.2030.0002
>> fluidsynth: cc37100
>> fluidsynth: noteon35790000031.0101.2030.0003
>> So, yes.
>> Is there any way for me to suppress these commands or to make my own 
>> commands from the init file appear directly after them (but before the first 
>> notes are played)?
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