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A “MIDI learn” module that will learn any controllers you connect to its MIDI In port. This way you can give control of a synth’s parameters, for example, to a MIDI keyboard, and control the parameters by using the keyboard.
The syntax is as follows:
A = “something” – The name of the synth. (No need to include the.sep, if the synth has one).
B = “something” – The name of the VST. (No need to include the.sep, if the VST has one).
ID = “something” – If you want to allow multiple instances of the same synth (such as running multiple versions of the same module) to each have their own set of external controllers, this number is useful to link them all together. It is not used to identify which controller is which.
Instance = 0 – Don’t use this number, it’s only used if the ID is used.
Learn = “y/n” – Begin “learning” mode. Must be “y” to enter learning mode.
Learn = “y/n” – Exit learning mode. Must be “n” to exit learning mode.
Note 1: In this mode, the “A” module tries to learn the controller numbers for each of the controls on the MIDI keyboard.
Note 2: Each time you change the Learn state, SE saves the current state to a small disk file, and reloads it when you next start.
Note 3: This mode does not support learning a MIDI controller from an external MIDI device.
Inputs (both A and B modules):
MIDI In – Incoming MIDI from external source.
ID – An identifier used to link an “A” module with a “B” module (required – must be identical for an A/B pair – the name of the synth and/or the 4-character VST id is the recommended choice)
Instance – A number, 0 – 99, that can optionally be used for unique identification in case you want to allow multiple instances of your VST to each have their own (separate) controller mappings. It is used as an extension of the ID. Normally, you can just leave it set to 0. Must be the same for an A/B pair.
(B module only):
MIDI Automator In – Connect to SE MIDI Automator’s MIDI In.
Learn – 1st trigger starts learning mode. A 2

 

 

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This module adds the ability to learn external MIDI controllers of your choice, and make them act as automatable controls of your MIDI-Automated SE creations. It does this by “listening” for incoming messages from the “learn” command on an external MIDI controller, and substituting the controller numbers with the numbers in the SE control ID table whenever a learn command is sent to the module.

There are 3 distinct parts to this module:
1) The “A” module.
2) The “B” module.
3) The SE MIDI Automator.
If you are only using the MIDI Automator, skip down to Part 2, “Using the MIDI Automator with SynthEdit”.

Part 1: The “A” module

The “A” module is the “learn controller” module, and you can get to it from the “MIDI learn” menu item.

The “A” module listens for MIDI controller messages, via the MIDI In port. It compares the controller numbers of the incoming message to the ones in the SE control ID table, and adds or subtracts the appropriate numbers to the SE control ID table.

Part 2: The “B” module

The “B” module is the “MIDI-learn controller” module. It listens for MIDI controller messages coming from the MIDI Automator via MIDI Out. When it detects a learn command, it cancels any assignments from the previous learned controller numbers, and stores the current (external) controller numbers in a shared memory area, identified by a “learned” file name and ID.
Then, when you have external controllers assigned to the controls in your SE program, the “B” module uses these “learned” controller numbers to substitute them when assigning messages to the controls through the MIDI Automator’s MIDI In.

Part 3: The SE MIDI Automator

The SE MIDI Automator listens for MIDI controller messages coming from the “B” module, and changes the controls (sliders, knobs, buttons, etc) in the VST.sep/.sem file. If you are using the VST, the SE MIDI Automator automatically adds the “learned” controller numbers to the.sep/.sem MIDI Automator insead of the external ones.

You must have an external controller of your own to use this module. It is not designed to operate from your own MIDI keyboard.

For a working example of this module in action, see the “Learn.wav” and “Learn.mid” files in this directory.

Using the MIDI Automator with SynthEdit

When you first start using the MIDI Automator, you’ll notice that the menu options are different than the rest of the menus.

The Learn menu item, Learn / Cancel, has 2 sub-items.

Learn – 1st trigger starts learning mode

 
 

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The DH_MIDIControlMeister is designed to work with the Meister force feedback pedal controller from Tubes+More. The “B” module supports the force feedback mode, so the pedal controller can be used for the master control of the “A” module. In normal mode, the “A” module connects to the pedal controller’s MIDI In port, while in force feedback mode, it connects to the master port (1st port).
Inputs (both A and B modules):
MIDI In – Incoming MIDI from external source.
ID – An identifier used to link an “A” module with a “B” module (required – must be identical for an A/B pair – the name of the synth and/or the 4-character VST id is the recommended choice)
Instance – A number, 0 – 99, that can optionally be used for unique identification in case you want to allow multiple instances of your VST to each have their own (separate) controller mappings. It is used as an extension of the ID. Normally, you can just leave it set to 0. Must be the same for an A/B pair.
MIDI Out (A module only) – Connect to the first port (1st) of the pedal controller.
Learn – 1st trigger starts learning mode. A 2nd trigger while in learning mode cancels learning mode. Triggers on change from 0 to positive.
Reset All – Resets all controller assignments to default. Triggers on change from 0 to positive.
MIDI Out (B module only) – Connect to the master port (1st) of the pedal controller.
Status (B module only) – Indicates when the module is in learning mode, +10 when in learning mode, 0 otherwise. Connect to an LED or other indicator.
DH_MIDIControlMeister Requirements:
– A force feedback pedal controller from Tubes+More, as specified here:

– A “B” module, installed in the folder listed in the requirements
– SE MIDI Automator
– A synth that includes a midi learning mode (MIDI Automator) module, as specified here:

– A synth that includes a MIDI Learn

 

.0x50 – >
.0x53 – Select a Midi controller number
.0x5d – You can assign more than one controller number to a control, and the number is stored in the Shared memory area, so that the number of controllers that can be changed at once is limited by available memory.
– Assign this control a different controller number than any other control on the module.
– Must be the same for an A/B pair.
.0x5f – You can assign more than one controller number to a control, and the number is stored in the Shared memory area, so that the number of controllers that can be changed at once is limited by available memory.
– Assign this control a different controller number than any other control on the module.
– Must be the same for an A/B pair.
.0x5d –
.0x60 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x5f –
.0x61 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x64 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x65 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x66 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x67 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x69 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6a – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6b – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6c – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6d – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6e – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x6f – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x70 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x71 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x72 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x73 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x74 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x75 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x76 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x77 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x79 – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x7a – – Reset all controller assignments to default
.0x7b – – Reset all controller assignments to default
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What’s New In?

– Updates to the code for the VST3 version
– Updates to the documentation for the VST3 version
– New menu options added to the control settings dialog
– Improved MIDI Learn accuracy in the VST2 and VST3 versions
– Changes to the MIDI Learn dialog for VST3 (MIDI Learn no longer trims unused controllers, but sends them in the order they are learned)
– Updates to the help topics and the documentation for VST2 and VST3
– Improved portability. The VST2 and VST3 code now runs in Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard), and the help files on all versions now use a unified structure
– MidiLearn.vst3.compatibility.txt contains information to address some incompatibilities between SE’s VST2 and VST3 code. This is the same as the old “vst3.compatibility.txt” file that is now included in VST2 packages
– MidiLearn.vst3.dll.exp now has support for 64-bit executables, so you should only need to distribute a 32-bit version for machines with 32-bit executables
– New documentation for the VST2 version
– Updated help for SE MIDI Automator

Description

MIDI Learn is a free plug-in for use in SynthEdit. It allows you to take advantage of the new and exciting MIDI Learning feature of SE MIDI Automation to assign external MIDI controllers of your choice to the MIDI-Automated controls of your SE creations, in 3 simple steps:

– Press the Learn button
– Move or click a slider, knob or button on the synth or effect
– Move or click a control on their MIDI controller

The “A” and “B” modules work in tandem with each other, and must be used together, along with SE’s MIDI Automator. See the SE help topic, “Working with SynthEdit > MIDI Automation” for further information about how to use SE’s MIDI Automation support.

Inputs

MIDI In – Incoming MIDI from external source.

ID – An identifier used to link an “A” module with a “B” module (required – must be identical for an A/B pair – the name of the synth and/or the 4-character VST id is the recommended choice)

Instance – A number, 0 – 99, that can optionally

 
 

System Requirements:

Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7, AMD FX, Ryzen
16GB RAM
HDD space 2GB (8GB recommended)
Additional Notes:
STL model will be released with a refund policy. You may select “Make me a copy” option in the purchase process if you wish to have a free copy.
Please do not purchase the product if your computer is not configured to work with it. We cannot be responsible for un-supported hardware.

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