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µ midi controller
Use your computer keyboard & mouse or Wacom tablet to create a musical performance!

Control both your software & hardware MIDI devices.

Have complete control of your MIDI parameters.

Requires OS X 10.6 or higher.
MU MIDI interface
1.
"Split" single notes and chords to go to two different MIDI channels. There is a set of controls for each channel. The group of controls on the left are the settings for the single note channel. Set balance, pan and volume with sliders. Portamento and legato sliders control portamento time and can be turned off by the check-boxes.
2.
Set your MIDI destination. You can set separate MIDI channels for single notes (N) and chords (C) or you can run both into the same MIDI channel.
3.
Conveniently set the bank and patch for note and chord channels.
4.
The controller window toolbar can be hidden after values are set. A notes-off button sends the notes-off message to the connected device. Click on the "pen" icon to place in Wacom tablet mode. The "controller window" icon places the controller in "click to play" mode.
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The instrument parameters window allows you to set the window background and grid line colors, as well as the resolution for grids. A setting of 128 for "notes per division" generates a controller window without grid lines
6.
You can set the color of the window and the grid lines here. Or click in the text field to place any image into the controller window. You can also change the transparency with this slider.
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Click on each of the tabs to set up your instrument parameters. When a tab is chosen, a pane will appear below where you can set the parameters to match your specific requirements. Two configurable actions can be set for vertical motion of the mouse while pressing a note key or the "control" key with notes. There are several choices for each, including breath control, aftertouch, mod wheel. Threshold and step can be set for each. Wacom tablet users can set control parameters here. See the User Manual for more details.
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This tab brings up a new pane where you'll find convenient methods for setting upper and lower notes and scale type to easily generate the note list.
9.
This section configures your computer keyboard for sending note values. You can use a variety of methods to configure the keyboard, including direct editing of the key note offset table.
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Configure your computer keyboard for producing chords with a single key touch. Choose from a long list of predefined chords in the pop-up list. After adding chords to the definition list, you can then directly edit the chords, if you wish.
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