Greetings - I’m hoping this question belongs here; please route me if not.
I discovered the Morph at the Synth & Pedal Expo at SXSW, was blown away by the potential, and ended up buying it there. I’ll be honest: For me, the fluidity and pressure were two of its killer features. Aside from creating my own instruments with the Innovator overlay, my other big use case is the reason for this topic: Mapping Pressure to MIDI.
Specifically, I’d like to get to a point where I can simulate the keypress pressure of the the Yamaha CS-80 to an Arturia CS-80 via pressure applied to the keys of the keyboard overlay.
For now, I’d be happy simply to understand how I map pressure to any MIDI channel or knob – for instance, the MOD wheel. I’d like to be able to have no mod with a light touch and heavy mod with deep press.
I’ve gotten it talking to Bitwig, and I’m getting sound. I’ve found Keyboard Pressure as a menu option in modifying the mapping. How far from this functionality am I? What would you do, to achieve this? (Has some other thread covered this? Surely someone aside from myself saw the Morph and immediately thought they could emulate a CS-80.
Thanks for any help! I am deeply inspired by the potential, very glad I ran into Sensel at SXSW, and ready to learn!
- aqaraza / heath