The instrument would be attached to the key range, but not pitch. They could be though. You could play the bass notes at the top.
Sorry .... what exactly do you mean by "key range, but not pitch"?The instrument would be attached to the key range, but not pitch. They could be though. You could play the bass notes at the top.
Thanks for the information. Yeah I was pretty sure zones weren't what I was looking for. But I don't use them at all, so I wasn't entirely sure.Zones isn't going to cut it. That's just splitting a keyboard.
I can see what you need. A device to take in a midi channel, containing chords, and then orchestrates those chords over 16 monophonic midi output channels.
If your destination hardware synths don't have midi thru, you'l need 16 separate midi out cables.
This is entirely possible, although I don't know anyone that makes it.
There are plenty of midi translation functions I would like to see, like splitting a non-splitting keyboard, transposing midi notes, etc...
I can visualize a box with 16 physical midi in connectors, and 16 physical midi out connectors, with some clever software inbetween to do all manner
of midi gymnastics.
Ok, thanks for the opinion.Yeah. Well using multiple midi channels to singularly make chords is dumb.
Again .... This is not a feature on the Digitakt ... hence, the looking for an alternate solution.no midi channel for chords is a bad idea. you make chords with the chord memory feature of the sampler.