Changes the MIDI note number of the requested note.
Changing the note number with this function only succeeds if the
respective note is new. That effectively means you should change the
note number before any
wait() calls, and before
entering any loops that may execute your script for a very long time.
Because in both cases the sampler may suspend your script for a certain
amount of time and once your script got resumed, the respective event
and the resulting note may already have entered the sampler's regular
event processing chain and thus the note's note number can no longer be
Note that the new note number set by this function only affects the resulting new voices, it does not modify the actual MIDI event. That means the new voices behave as if the MIDI event itself was modified, that is for the new voices the instrument's region, synthesis parameter case and sample is selected based upon the new note number.
However outside the scope of new voices the old MIDI note number is retained. That means for example the newly triggered voices will only be released later on if a MIDI note-off event was received equal to the old MIDI note number (not the new note number), and also other MIDI processing tasks of the sampler like exclusive groups (a.k.a. key groups), key based round robin and all other common MIDI processing tasks are not affected by this function at all.
|Argument Name||Data Type||Description|
||Event ID Number||Event ID of the note to change.
||Integer Number||New MIDI note number (
Since LinuxSampler 2.0.0.svn49.