Midi to trigger one page only

Discussion in 'Lasershow Designer BEYOND' started by bnvisuals, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. bnvisuals

    bnvisuals New Member

    Hi, I'm trying to have a series of midinotes trigger one page of my setup only. On this page standard trigger-mode should be Flash.

    I think I managed to do this once before but have lost/forgotten the actual pangoscript.

    Can someone help?
     
  2. Bob@Pangolin

    Bob@Pangolin Staff Member

    if you change a page with the mouse, does it then, work on that page?
     
  3. bnvisuals

    bnvisuals New Member

    yes, but that is the problem. Two of us are going to work onn the same document. Me on all pages, and the other guy on just one page
     
  4. bnvisuals

    bnvisuals New Member

    I thik I can make it work with secondary mapping, but stuggling a bit with the midi
     
  5. Bob@Pangolin

    Bob@Pangolin Staff Member

    What type of Midi controller?
     
  6. bnvisuals

    bnvisuals New Member

    We're trying to send an arpeggio from ableton to trigger different media. It seems hard to map straight on/off messages.
     
  7. aricha

    aricha Well-Known Member

    Go to Settings - MIDI Settings - Device Settings
    Once you selected your device you click - configure
    In that window go to the - Option tab
    At the middle of that window you will see A bar - Select the page depending on channel number
    You can also change the order of the pages simply by dragging the page up

    Look at the link : it is a project I did for a festival - first half of the video Cubase is running the music and MIDI channels
    of the piano bass and drums each instrument have its own MIDI channel that goes to a different page in Beyond.
    Second half of the video keyboard is used for triggering cues in live through another MIDI device with it own MIDI settings in Beyond.
    Both devices can work together.

     
  8. ENOT

    ENOT Software Developer Staff Member

    I guess, arpeggio is a sequence of notes. You should do a setup with single notes.