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Joined: 27 Maggio 2015 - 16:09
Added reverb and chorus adjustment for each instrument channel

Hi would it be possible to implement the reverb and chorus adjustment on each track of the mixer ?? especially in the converter mixer .. so you can perform an even better adjustment on the effects of the instruments .... maybe with small buttons and sliders as per attachment

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Re: Added reverb and chorus adjustment for each instrument channel

What you ask can't be implemented, sorry...

There's no way in BASS libraries to change Reverb/Chorus at track level, only at Master.
Also in MIDI specifications those controller values are configurable for whole MIDI, not for a single track (otherwise you could have tried to workaround the missing feature by pre-processing the MIDI data with MidiOX as a pre-processor...).

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Joined: 25 Set 2013 - 16:38
Re: Added reverb and chorus adjustment for each instrument channel

Hi Claudio,

Although it's true that you cannot change anything at 'track level' since VMS cannot even know about tracks, but only channels. But your mixer is also not track based, but channel based (16 channels).

And you can change both Reverb (CC# 91) an Chorus (CC# 93) controller values at channel level. BassMidi supports these controller mesages, you can send them either as raw Midi bytes or by using:

BASS_MIDI_StreamEvent(handle, channel, MIDI_EVENT_REVERB/MIDI_EVENT_CHORUS, effect_value);

Channel based Reverb/Chorus values work together with the Master Reverb/Chorus level set by SysEx messages in a way that the channel based messages are interpreted in the range set by the Master level. E.g. a channel Reverb message of 127 means the full reverb level on the given channel set by the Master, and e.g. 64 means half the level set by the Master.

The only problem these values can be overriden (and usually are) by Midi messsages sent by software/player/Midi files.

So you can find yourself in a situation similar to Reverb/Chorus SysEx handling and implement an override Channel Reverb/Chorus values option. I also think that channel based controller overrides should be rather handled by the player/Midi software than the Midi port.

Bye

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Joined: 25 Mar 2012 - 01:19
Re: Added reverb and chorus adjustment for each instrument channel
falcosoft wrote:
...you can find yourself in a situation similar to Reverb/Chorus SysEx handling and implement an override Channel Reverb/Chorus values option. I also think that channel based controller overrides should be rather handled by the player/Midi software than the Midi port...

I do agree, and I also don't like to have a crowded mixer interface with a lot of knobs and settings.