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Piston from computer keyboard... how?

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Piston from computer keyboard... how?

Postby B777Captain » Wed Feb 27, 2019 5:38 pm

I'm looking to set three pistons, one for a note higher and one for a note lower and finally one for back to normal.

The HW book mentions you can do this, but there is no explanation beyond that fact that you can do it.

Would someone be able to direct me to, or give directions on how to make a piston from the keyboard which runs my HW computer.

Thanks

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Re: Piston from computer keyboard... how?

Postby IainStinson » Wed Feb 27, 2019 8:32 pm

Open the pitch large floating control panel (from the view menu). Right click on the transpose control on the pitch control panel and select Auto Detect, then press the key on the computer keyboard you wish to assign to that transpose function. There are three transpose control < > and 0. You can set each to a key on the computer keyboard as described above.

This works in the same way for most functions which are accessible through the control panels.

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Re: Piston from computer keyboard... how?

Postby B777Captain » Thu Feb 28, 2019 1:38 am

Wonderful!!

Thank you so much Iain!!

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