Generic MIDI Controller Data

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Generic MIDI Controller Data

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There are a variety of ways that you can control the sound of a MIDI device other than the most common ways described in the previous topics: channel volume, pan, pitch bend, and sustain pedal.

The following example shows the modulation wheel applied to the second note. The modulation wheel typically produces a vibrato effect.


prcarrow To view and edit MIDI controller data:

1.With the mouse, navigate to the GraphOverNotestm Palette.

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2.Click the MIDI Controller Data ControllerTypeButton button in the GraphOverNotestm Palette.

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Type "c" for controller data.

Composer will display the following dialog box: