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Divisi script for Logic?

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by shmorrell, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. shmorrell

    shmorrell New Member

    Hi all - Now that Logic has the ability to use scripting in a MIDI plug-in I'm wondering if it might be possible to incorporate some sort of divisi scheme into the environment. If any of you have LA Scoring Strings you'll be familiar with the Kontakt script they wrote which distributes chord tones to distinct MIDI channels. Their script tracks what you're playing and does a good job of making smooth transitions from note to note, even when the voices are moving at different times.

    If I had the first clue about scripting I might give this a try. Anyone have a clue as to how this might be done?

  3. Jay Asher

    Jay Asher Senior member

    I am sure Peter Schwartz knows how to do it. Call me for his contact info.
  4. Tangra

    Tangra Senior member

    Yes there is no problem to make such a Script for the new Midi FX plugin - it is a mater of time for me (I have programed a few ones for Kontakt).
    Regarding the Environment it is possible as well - I have developed the "Polyphonic Channelizer" some time ago.
    I have posted a free Demo of it in this forum LINK here.

    Read the "Quick Guide" in the post, download it and try.
    Just to say - I have not tried it out with LogicX (right now I'm away of my Logic). I'm saying that cause LogicX Environment has lots of bugs yet.
  5. shmorrell

    shmorrell New Member

    Thanks! I'll give it a try.

  6. Peter Schwartz

    Peter Schwartz New Member

    Thanks for the plug Jay!

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