Remap 8 drum trigger channels (from GR-16,Attack,BeatHawk or Poly2) to new notes preserving velocity of the original notes
Most of these apps allow to remap the notes in their own settings, but applying the scripts presets for various output drum apps with a single knob and managing the mapping in one place is a lot more convenient. The per drum mutes allow for live variations of the input pattern.
* The upper pad row shows the configured channels and notes. Pressing a pad triggers its output note. A pad either highlights while a note is active on the input channel or just flashes on note-on
* The lower pad row mutes individual input channels
* The HELP knob toggles between pads and help view
* The SHIFT button toggles between pads and config view
* The left upper 8 knobs configure the notes for each of the 8 input drum channels
* ‘Min’ and ‘Max’ limit the knob note range
* ‘Map’ selects input on channels 1-8 or 9-16
* ‘To’ selects the output channel
* The ‘Pads: Light/Flash’ knob toggles between highlighting the pads while a note is
active or just flashing the pads on note-on
* The lower right knob recalls 28 preset drum mapping configurations (mostly copied from X0X).
Modifying individual notes changes the label to ‘Custom’.
Configuring all notes like in one of the presets changes to that preset name
* If the Host is not playing changing a drums pads configuration sends out test notes
to help finding the correct setting
* The default values (on upload) map to Ruismaker on output channel 10 from input channel 1-8 and highlighting the pads during active notes
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The whole configuration including mutes is saved with the script and gets recalled when reloading the hosts session
INPUT DRUM-APP REMARKS
– Waldorf Attack Drums
Attack sends its midi on two midi devices, one with 16 channels and the other
with 8 drum channels
– UVI BeatHawk
BeatHawk can send 16 channels
– Groove Rider GR-16
GR-16 can send 16 channels, you need to set its pads to trigger mode
– James Milton Poly 2
The Poly 2 app or AUv3 defaults to channels 1-8. With V1.0.1 the app sends the note-offs just before a new note is output, so the input pads are always lit. Choose the Pads:Flash mode to visualize the note-ons or modify the note length of Poly 2:
You can either set the max-length of each of the 8 channels to below 0.1sec in settings/midi or you need to lower the length of all note to 1% to see the pads flashing even for the fastest inner ring.
There are 4 specific and one ‘general’ map for Amsterdam/Tokyo /Abu Dabi
– Axon 2
The best way to configure Axon2 for external midi input is to set its clock to internal and not to start that clock.
Otherwise the center pulse will trigger the sound 00 (BD) even when the ‘network’ is cleared.