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Name/Version: FPB Pop Up Piano 1.5
Author: fingerspushbuttons  
Description: Pop Up Piano (version 1.5):

Creates 4 float on top teaching and learning visualisation windows for MIDI in Live.

Version 1.5 Now shares/auto updates scale and key data with FPB_push_colour_notes device.

Version 1.4 Now creates 4 pop up windows to visualise MIDI in Ableton Live. Thanks to requests made through my web site I have reintroduced the 'note name' pop up window that was removed in version 1.3.
Version 1.4 now updates the latest note value when switching between sharps and flats.
Version 1.4 the pitch bend now has a load value of 64 instead of 0

Version 1.3 introduces much better user ergonomics, scale guides for all push native scales, and a window to display pitch-bend and modulation.
Version 1.3 also automatically sets the device track input to MIDI from the focused MIDI track if Follow MIDI is selected allowing it to display MIDI playback from anywhere in the live set.
Version 1.3Note names are now incorporated in to the staves and keys windows and proper flat and sharp symbols are used.

Unfortunately due to limitations of Max it is not possible to display double flats and sharps for the few keys that use them.

Switching between sharps and flats and choosing scales are currently manual but the windows are linked and automatically update one another.

There is a window for:
a. 88 Piano Keys, now with note name & scale guides
b. Staves now with note name & scale guide
c. Pitch Bend and Modulation feed back
d. Large display note name

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Downloads: 402
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Live Version Used: 9.6.2
Max Version Used: 7.2.4
Date Added: Jun 02 2017 04:43:10
Date Last Updated: Oct 03 2017 08:55:36
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Device Files

Device File: FPB_Pop_Up_Piano 1.5.amxd

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