asked Jan 16 '14 at 23:20 by ratsnake (101)

Hi - please let me know how it is possible to play notes with a pc keyboard

It would be helpful to have a little visual Caps Lock keyboard, so we can see what we're doing.

  — (Dec 22 '15 at 08:28) ZAU

Capslock activates midi note input for pc keyboards!

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answered Jan 17 '14 at 19:18 by mealiedl (1.1k)

WOOO HOOO OH YEAH! THANKS. I DON'T KNOW HOW I MISSED IT, BUT I THINK A LOT OF NEWBIES MIGHT ALSO MISS IT

(caps for effect)

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answered Jan 18 '14 at 01:21 by ratsnake (101)

The mapping is: (Letter to pitch (and enharmonic equivalents)) A=C, W=C#,S=D,E=D#,D=E, F=F, T=F#, G=G, Y=G#, H=A, U=A#, J=B, K=C, O=C#, L=D. P=D# The X key raises the pitches an octave and the Z key lowers the pitches an octave. Velocity input via the keyboard is 76.

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answered Apr 07 '14 at 03:18 by griffeyt53 (61)

Yep missed this too. Thanks. I can jam at work in my lunch break now.

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answered Nov 26 '15 at 01:19 by ajwn (11)

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