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    majik
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    Hello,

    I’m having problems getting a simple pitch bend to work with my hardware. I want to have a standard uiSlider assigned to pitch bend. I’m changing the MIDI message type to pitchwheel but don;t know where to go from there… I know pitch bend is 14 bit but I don’t know what to do to put that in practice – what am I missing?

    I’m controlling an MKS50, I designed a panel and have been using it a while now, all works great other than this.. I’m pretty sure the MKS50 accepts a standard pitch bend message as I can control the pitch bend from other controller keyboards (plugging in a controller keyboard directly into the MKS50).

    Cheers

    #5162
    majik
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    just read in the midi spec the pitch bend is actually 9 bit.

    #5163
    atom
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    Create your slider, set it’s MIDI Type property to PitchWhell, remove the SysEx formula first if there is one.

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    majik
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    sussed it out. thanks atom.

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