Switch and Controller MIDI Pedal

  
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The sustain pedal is also known as the Damper Pedal. When operated it sends out a controller value of CC64. When the pedal is pressed ON the unit outputs a value of 127, when released OFF the unit outputs a value of 0. Tone-generators without the `half-damper` implemented will interpret a value between 0 and 63 as OFF and a value of 64 to 127 as O
Switch and Controller MIDI Pedal - schematic

N. The sostenuto pedal is a type of selective sustain pedal found on acoustic grand-pianos. Pressing down the pedal, sending controller value CC66 with a value of 127, while holding notes on the keyboard will cause these notes to be sustained after you release them. Any notes played after pressing the pedal will not sustain. When the pedal is released it sends out controller value CC66 with a value of 0. The soft pedal works in two simultaneous ways. When the pedal is pressed, sending out controller value CC67 with a value of 127, the sound should be slightly softened in terms of volume and there should be a noticeable difference in the tone-colour of the sound. When the pedal is released it sends out controller value CC67 with a value of 0. When the legato pedal is pressed, sending out controller value CC68 with a value of 127, playing a different note changes the pitch of the current note without re-triggering the attack phase of the envelope of the sound. When the pedal is released it sends out controller value CC68 with a value of 0. The hold 2 pedal is another type of sustaining pedal used fro sounds with two sustain phases in their envelopes. When the pedal is pressed it sends out controller value CC69 with a value of 127, when the pedal is released it sends out controller value CC69 with a value of 0. Portamento or glide is a synthesiser effect. It is mainly used for synthesiser leads and sound effects. The effect is...



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