Thanks for your answer, unfortunately I’ve no idea how to make a Logical Editor, could you tell me more about it ? Or if it’s complicated maybe we could do a Skype/Zoom session ? Obviously I’d pay you accordingly to the time we spend
Hi, thanks again, I’ve succeded to play with the Logical Editor but it allows me only to fix an entire value of the note, for example My C can become a C sharp if I put 1 in the adding value but what I’d like is something in between C and C sharp and if I put 0.5 for instance it goes back automatically to 0… Does anybody have an idea how to fix it ?
And by the way you need to put transform in the end not insert
Thanks Martin, I’m sharing you a screenshot so. It’s in french but hopefully it’s not very diffcult to translate, if any doubt ask me :
Hauteur de note = Note pitch, it’s what appears when I enter value 1in the upper part
Régler à valeur fixe = Set to fixed value
Ajout = Addition
I’ve tried different options unsuccessfully, if you succed doing it please send me a screeshot too. In this example I’m trying to increase my E4 let’s say in something between E4 and F4
Would be awesome if you find me the solution
Thanks again, I’ve tried exactly as you did but unfortunately it moves the pitchbend of all the notes together and not only the E for a reason I can’t explain.
For you it is not the case ?
And I’m not sure why you put that line with C6 in the bottom part as when I remove it I get exactly the same result
This is preset for E note only. You have to make presets for every single pitch and apply them one by one.
The Value 1 C6 is actually Value 1 96. MIDI Note 96 = C6. But there is an issue in Logical Editor, it shows the value of the Filter, so it translates and shows the value to the MIDI Notes, even though we need to see the value of the PitchBend. But it process it correctly.
The important thing is that the tuning remains stable in the position where you originally tuned. So, your open strings will still be in tune if you go back and check even though it sounds terrible elsewhere.Chances are really good that a decent setup will take care of this.