Up to now I have used mainly CC11 for expression and dynamics in my MIDI files which I have previously reorded using Kirk Hunter and AO. I want to re-record many of them using the EXP samples of GOS. Unfortunately the crossfades are controlled by CC 1 (mod wheel), (obviously for keyboard players). I have laboriously redrawn the CC11 profiles as CC1 in each part of the compositions in my sequencer (Musicator), but am now PIG SICK of it.
Does anyone know if there is a simple way round this. If there is a sequencer which allows remapping of CCs I would buy for this purpose. Or is there a program similar to Maestro Tools which does this?
Following your comments I dug out a cut down version of Logic bundled with a soundcard. It allowed me to change the controller, but only message by message in the events list! I will investigate Cubase.
hmmm Cubase has a Transform Function, that lets you applyh a \"macro\" of sorts to a variety of MIDI information. I would think that Logic would have something similar. In fact I\'m pretty sure you can build a \"patch\" in the environment that would transform MIDI data.
Try asking on a Logic BBS board, or even try posting a Logic question in the software section of this forum.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Haydn: Sonar (Cakewalk) also has a transform function. This comes in handy for bulk changes of CC messages, patch changes, etc.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Thanks for this tip, because I have a trial version of Sonar (which has all the MIDI functions enabled). Having imported a file from the sequencer (Musicator) I normally use I cannot work out how to remap/transform CC11 to C1 messages from the information provided. Can you help? This is the first time I have reached a limitation with Musicator, but perhaps I should ditch it. Sonar looks good value.