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Assigning specific note values on Octopad SPD30

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  • Assigning specific note values on Octopad SPD30

    I see where I can adjust the pitch of melodic instruments but the values are adjusted by numerical value (10, 100, 1000) rather than by the actual note (C,D,G etc). Does anyone know what the numerical values represent? The goal is to create a scale of melodic notes that I can use, like a marimba or vibes.

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    If the SPD30 is similar to the DTX Multi-12, you should find that 100 = 1 semitone. Check it out with 2 similar sounds tuned at an offset of 1200 on separate pads to hear if they are an octave apart.

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    • #3
      Sweet...I'll give ti a shot and thanks so much!!

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