Thanks for the note about CC74! It’s the default for MPE, so for most MPE synths it works well. Would it be a good idea to change the default for normal midi mode to 11?
The Striso sends (as @Ifer said):
- Acceleration on CC 16-19, respectively x, y, z and absolute acceleration.
- Rotation on CC 80-82, respectively around the x, y and z axes.
For the other messages it is indeed possible to change the CC, by sending a MIDI message to the Striso board.
- CC70: key pressure, default 121 - channel aftertouch (polyphonic aftertouch in normal MIDI mode)
- CC71: key bend/X, default 122 - pitch bend
- CC74: key tilt/Y, default 74
The value you send to this CC will be the new CC on which the parameter is transmitted, with some values with a special meaning:
- 0 or 127: disable sending this parameter
- 120: send as polyphonic aftertouch
- 121: send as channel aftertouch
- 122: send as pitch bend (only valid for bend/X)
Other messages that are received by the Striso board:
- RPN 0 sets the pitch bend range
- RPN 6 set the MPE channel configuration
- CC65 turns glissando on or off, so allows for external control of the glissando (round) button
- Pitch bend changes the tuning offset
- CC18 changes the note offset in semitones, 64 being the default
- CC1 changes the tuning, specifically the size of the fifth, with the LSB on CC33 (this is what the Termperament Compass uses)
- CC75 sets the per key pitch bend sensitivity
- CC16 sets the motion message interval, 0 disables motion sensor
- CC17 sets the button message interval (in ms)
- CC126 enables MIDI mono mode on the given channel, 0 enables MPE mode with default settings
- CC127 enables MIDI normal polyphonic mode
Note that these settings are not persistent, they need to be sent to the Striso board after every power up.
I’m working on a system for making persistent configuration changes, however other developments keep pushing it down the list. Knowing that you’re looking forward to this helps to move it up again though!