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Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 6:52 am

Hello,
is there any simpler way to trigger a certain register combination from a sequencer program (like Sibelius), for example: go to combination 451?
Thank you in advance!
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 7:17 am

Hello agnes,

(I assume you're referring to triggering a particular frame in Hauptwerk's stepper.)

If connecting a MIDI sequencer to Hauptwerk via a MIDI port ticked in the 'Hauptwerk MIDI recorder/player external MIDI IN' column on the 'General settings | MIDI ports | MIDI IN ports' screen tab, then yes (for frames 000-127) -- the special, fixed MIDI implementation that's described via the 'Recording | View Hauptwerk MIDI recorder/player fixed, predefined MIDI implementation (for this organ)' menu function allows stepper frames 000-127 to be triggered directly from MIDI program changes 1-128 on MIDI channel 10.

However, as discussed in your previous topic on connecting Sibelius to Hauptwerk ( posting.php?mode=edit&f=4&p=142249 ), I understand that you're instead connecting it via the 'Console MIDI IN' column, so as not to be restricted to using that fixed implementation. That being the case:

Not directly (from a single MIDI message), but you can trigger the menu functions on the 'Registration | Stepper ...' menu by configuring them to receive MIDI messages via the corresponding entries in the left-hand browse list on the 'Organ settings | MIDI/key triggers for master pistons ...' screen (or by right-clicking on the corresponding buttons on the Registration large control panel, in cases where they're duplicated there -- not all are). For example, you could trigger the following three menu functions in succession:

- 'Registration | Stepper ... | Cue generals 400-499', then:
- 'Registration | Stepper ... | Cue generals x50-x59', then:
- 'Registration | Stepper ... | Trigger general xx1'.

... to jump to frame 451.
Best regards, Martin.
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 7:53 am

Thank you, Martin! Yes, my idea/wish was to be able to write in Sibelius something like GO451 and Hauptwerk automaticaly jump to 451. I will do it with stepper functions as you suggested it.
Thank you very much! All the best!
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 8:09 am

Thanks. You're very welcome.
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 10:09 am

Dear Martin, excuse me: is there any possibility to configure MIDI trigger directly to for example Cue generals 400-499, like it is possible with xx1, xx2…?
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 10:17 am

Hello agnes,

To configure the 'Registration | Stepper ... | Cue generals 400-499' menu function to be triggered directly from a MIDI message you would go to the 'Organ settings | MIDI/key triggers for master pistons ...' screen, expand the 'Advanced items' node at the bottom of the left-hand browse list, select the 'Registration: stepper: cue 4xx' item, and then configure the desired MIDI message in the right-hand pane (or use the 'Auto-detect ...' button, if appropriate).
Best regards, Martin.
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 10:42 am

Dear Martin, thank you so much! Have a nice weekend!
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Re: Sibelius Go to combination

PostSat Aug 01, 2020 12:11 pm

Thanks again. You too.
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