Anyma Phi : Midi trough?
soundinett last edited by
Is it possible to configure the midi out as a midi through?
join last edited by
At the moment, forwarding the MIDI messages received from the DIN MIDI input to the DIN MIDI output is not possible.
However, on the USB-MIDI device connection (that's normally used to connect to your computer), sending MIDI data to the second output port "DIN" will result in this data being sent through the DIN MIDI output.
We're planning more flexible MIDI routing in a future update. Don't hesitate to share details about your needs, uses, or requests here.
@join Yes, Midi through would be good. Was trying to go Deluge, Phi, Pulsar without success. USB would not be an option and Pulsar is only MIDI in, so please MIDI through.
wx is dead last edited by
@join ... wishes: how aboud controler data attached to (lip/teeth)pressure on the mouthpiece?
or controller data attached to overall finger pressure?
how about integrating E3 F3 F#3 fingering of the flute into the flute fingering?
Support_AODYO last edited by
@wx-is-dead Having lip/teeth pressure on the mouthpiece would require an entirely new "active" mouthpiece. There is controller data sent by the finger "pressure" so to speak (the area of the key covered by each finger). You can activate this by going into the menu, under the keys option and then selecting the keybend (beta) option. You can then either select that the keybend sends pitchbend + or ctrl data (Midi CC messages with CC77 by default).
For the flute fingering, what do you mean by E3 F3 F#3 fingering? Have a look at the manual on our website we have quite a complete flute fingerings!
Paul Flute last edited by
@support_aodyo I think he means adding the 3rd register flute fingerings. eg D3 has only 2 fingers left hand on, (index off, 2nd & 3rd fingers down.) The third register fingerings on the flute are the most difficult. 1st and 2nd are quite similar, but 3rd uses cross fingerings lifting some and pressing others not used in the first 2 octaves. I think you must give up this idea, and simply use the octave keys which simplifies this. See the Sylphyo as its own distinctive instrument, otherwise you will always struggle with this. Otherwise where do you stop wanting more similarities to the flute? For one, the D# key used mostly for venting on flute is not necessary... & there are no trill keys etc....