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I have somewhere on my computer an OpenMusic patch that does just that. It’s far from perfect, as I just wanted to play a little bit with OM, which I hadn’t use in a long time. I could make it available if you’re interested. Here’s how it works: each note is sent to a different MIDI channel — yep, that means you use most channels just for a single ...


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It looks like Fluidsynth just interprets MIDI data, so it is really up to who/what is providing this data to make tuning adjustments. One could design a MIDI in-out tuning "converter" that took in MIDI 12-TET notes from a simple controller and output those notes with the tuning adjusted to a specified 12-note scale. You can't take arbitrary 12-TET input and ...


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The reason your octave is on the 13th fret is, as you stated, the placement of your saddle. If you are not willing to pay for someone to do the setup, once you have fitted your new saddle to your mandolin, take a measurement from the 12th fret to the Nut on the neck. If you don't have measuring tape handy, a paper works just fine, as you can place the paper ...



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