A voice-allocation MIDI processor.
I had written a full article on application of the notelogic. Unfortunately this was lost it seems entirely due to a HD failure.
I've attempted to locate an archive version although it seems most search engines delete the cache for pages each time they crawl them finding changes. Since ?p=invalid doesn't return an error code (perhaps it should, but it didn't) the cache just shows the main effects page.
The short version is that you can apply this MIDI processing plug-in on a polyphonic MIDI part in order to assign each note to a MIDI channel within a limited range set by the polyphony parameter.
You can then use your host's features if available to split the MIDI part by channel into individual "voices" and you can record each one of these one at a time using a monophonic analog synthesizer or otherwise as desired.
You can also use this plug-in to process a polyphonic part in real-time assigning channels to each note. You could then configure one or multiple monophonic or polyphonic instruments to receive each individual MIDI channel from 1 to N (selected polyphony) to play back the polyphonic part all in real-time.
This documentation needs to be updated, site content was lost in HD failure.
Please contact me via the mail page if you have any comments or requests with regard to the notelogic plug-in.
From my perspective this is a very simple effect with very few parameters which doesn't really need much else.
The "recycle" parameter should normally be left enabled as it will significantly reduce voice stealing and the total number of voices required to play back most polyphonic parts. If it is used extreme caution should be taken as it has not been tested and could in theory lead to a crash. In other words save your project before randomly switching the parameter as the track runs for no reason like a maniac.
These links are provided only for those who need a copy of an individual plug-in without the installer.
If you want all of the effects you are much better off to download the complete package rather than the individual plug-ins.
Notelogic is not yet part of the Xhip Effects bundle.
This effect is to be considered somewhat "alpha". To be honest it just doesn't have anywhere to go really that would justify having it as a full plug-in. The GUI needs to be updated to use the same system as the other effects and MIDI processing functionality must be added to that system. At that point it may make sense to distribute it along with all the other plug-ins.
- Windows Vista (recommended Windows 7 SP1 or greater.)
- (This could be solved by request if anyone ever needed XP support.
These files contain only the Notelogic plug-in dll.