GC>MIDI Customization Form

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Button Color for Mode Switch Button. Default is Black
LED Color for Drum Mode. Default is Green
LED Color for Synth Mode. Default is Blue
MIDI Channel for Drum Mode via USB 1-16 (default 10)
MIDI Channel for Drum Mode via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 10)
MIDI Channel for Synth Mode via USB 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel for Synth Mode via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel for Pitch Bend Messages in Synth Mode via USB 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel for Pitch Bend Messages in Synth Mode via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel for DK Bongo Mode via USB 1-16 (default 10)
MIDI Channel for DK Bongo Mode via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 10)
The Gamecube Controller Triggers have two portions to their action - a pull in and a "click" at the end - that are read separately. There are two ways to interpret these values:

The first is to have the max value controlled by the trigger occur before the click, clicking the trigger will hold at max value. For example, if the maximum control value is 127, the trigger will send 127 just before clicking in, clicking in will continue to send 127. Select Yes for this method.
The second is to have the max value occur only when the trigger is clicked in. The downside to this method is there is a slight jump in value when the trigger is clicked in. For instance if you are controlling a value between 1 and 127, the value will be about 100 before the trigger clicks, but jump to 127 when the trigger is clicked in. Select No for this method.

Default is Yes for smoother control, but select No for a more tactile control if you are comfortable with that slight value jump.

The Gamecube Controller Triggers have two portions to their action - a pull in and a "click" at the end - that are read separately. There are two ways to interpret these values:

The first is to have the max value controlled by the trigger occur before the click, clicking the trigger will hold at max value. For example, if the maximum control value is 127, the trigger will send 127 just before clicking in, clicking in will continue to send 127. Select Yes for this method.
The second is to have the max value occur only when the trigger is clicked in. The downside to this method is there is a slight jump in value when the trigger is clicked in. For instance if you are controlling a value between 1 and 127, the value will be about 100 before the trigger clicks, but jump to 127 when the trigger is clicked in. Select No for this method.

Default is Yes for smoother control, but select No for a more tactile control if you are comfortable with that slight value jump.

Number value of the MIDI CC to control with the Joystick Right/Left 1-127 in Drum Mode (default 1, Modulation)
This value determines if the CC controlled in Drum Mode starts with the Minimum Value and always goes up to the Maximum Value regardless of which direction the control is moved (Yes) or if the CC starts in-between Minimum Value and Maximum Value and goes down when pushed left, up when pushed right. Typically if your selected CC defaults to 1 (such as Modulation) select Yes; if your selected CC defaults to 64 (such as Balance or Pan) select No. (Default is Yes)
The lowest possible value to be sent for for the selected CC 1-127 (default 1)
The highest possible value to be sent for the selected CC 1-127 (default 127)
MIDI Channel the Drum Mode CC values are sent on via USB 1-16 (default 10)
MIDI Channel the Drum Mode CC values are sent on via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 10)
Number value of the MIDI CC to control with the Joystick Right/Left in Synth Mode 1-127 (default 10, Pan)
This value determines if the CC controlled in Synth Mode starts with the Minimum Value and always goes up to the Maximum Value regardless of which direction the control is moved (Yes) or if the CC starts in-between Minimum Value and Maximum Value and goes down when pushed left, up when pushed right. Typically if your selected CC defaults to 1 (such as Modulation) select Yes; if your selected CC defaults to 64 (such as Balance or Pan) select No. (Default is No)
The lowest possible value to be sent for for the selected CC 1-127 (default 1)
The highest possible value to be sent for the selected CC 1-127 (default 127)
MIDI Channel the Synth Mode CC values are sent on via USB 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel the Synth Mode CC values are sent on via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 1)
Number value of the MIDI CC to control with the Right Trigger in Synth Mode 1-127. Note this value only goes up from the Minimum value to the Maximum value as the trigger is pulled. (default 1, Modulation)
The lowest possible value to be sent for for the selected CC 1-127 (default 1)
The highest possible value to be sent for the selected CC 1-127 (default 127)
MIDI Channel the Synth Mode CC values are sent on via USB 1-16 (default 1)
MIDI Channel the Synth Mode CC values are sent on via Traditional 5pin connection 1-16 (default 1)
This value sets the lowest possible velocity for notes in Drum Mode.
The neutral position of the joystick will send the midpoint value between this Floor and 127 as the default velocity. Setting this value to 1 makes the joystick extremely sensitive, but gives the full possible range of velocities. Raising this value gives more refined control, but reduces how softly notes can be played. Default of 25 gives a sensitive but manageable control. 1-127 (default 25)
This value sets the Velocity for all notes (except the Clap) sent in DK Mode as this mode has no live velocity control. 1-127, Default of 100 gives a fairly loud but not maxed out sound.
This value sets the lowest possible Velocity for the Clap in DK Mode. The higher the volume of the sound registered by the controller will increase from this value up to 127. 1-127, Default of 70 gives a wide variety of velocities but ensures the note is always audible whenever a clap is registered.
This value sets the lowest possible velocity for notes in Synth Mode.
This value will be sent when the trigger is not pulled. Pulling the trigger will increase the velocity from this value up to 127. Setting this value to 1 gives the full possible range of velocities, but notes will be inaudible then the trigger is not pulled and the control will be very sensitive. 1-127, Default of 64 ensures notes are always audible while giving a decent range of control.
The Pitch Bend range determines the range of control and sensitivity of the pitch bend control. Note that this control is relative to the range of the pitch bend wheel, not to a specific note range (that will be determined by the synth). By default the range is 4096-12288, giving half the range of the pitch bend wheel as the joystick range is very short. This means that if the pitch bend range on the synth is set to 1 octave, the control will have a range of 1/2 octave; if the synth has a range of 1 semitone, the control will have a range of 1/2 semitone. Setting this range to 1-16383 will give you the full range of the pitch bend wheel if you prefer to have full control, but this will make the PB very sensitive by default (but can be managed via your synth settings). 1-16383 (default 4096)
See range description above. 1-16383 (default 12288)
Number of octaves down from Middle C allowed. A higher number means a wider range, but easier to get "lost" as there is no visual indicator of octave. The default of 2 up and 2 down provides a total range of 5 octaves, similar to a 61 key keyboard. 1-5 (default 2)
Number of octaves up from Middle C allowed. A higher number means a wider range, but easier to get "lost" as there is no visual indicator of octave. The default of 2 up and 2 down provides a total range of 5 octaves, similar to a 61 key keyboard. 1-5 (default 2)
Number of half-steps down from the triggered note allowed to be set by the Transposition control. By default this range is 11 up and down to allow transposition one half-step away from a full octave shift.
This value can be increased to allow movement between octaves with the transposition control. It can also be decreased to prevent "getting lost" as there is no visual indicator of the current transposition value.
1-60, (default 11)
Number of half-steps up from the triggered note allowed to be set by the Transposition control. By default this range is 11 up and down to allow transposition one half-step away from a full octave shift.
This value can be increased to allow movement between octaves with the transposition control. It can also be decreased to prevent "getting lost" as there is no visual indicator of the current transposition value.
1-60, (default 11)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 38)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the B button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 40)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the X button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 46)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Y button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 44)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the R button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 35)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the L button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 42)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Z button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 36)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Start button is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 52)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Up is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 56)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Up+R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 50)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 48)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Down+R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 47)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Down is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 45)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Down+L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 43)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 41)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when D-Up+L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 54)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Up is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 44)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Up+R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 46)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 39)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Down+R is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 37)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Down is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 51)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Down+L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 55)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 49)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when C-Up+L is pressed. Default values use the General MIDI Drum Standard, I highly recommend using this standard when customizing your layout. (Default 53)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A button is pressed. This control is a Drum Trigger and will send this note on the configured Drum channels. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 36)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the B button is pressed. This control is a Drum Trigger and will send this note on the configured Drum channels. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 38)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the X button is pressed. This control is a Drum Trigger and will send this note on the configured Drum channels. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 39)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Y button is pressed. This control is a Drum Trigger and will send this note on the configured Drum channels. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 42)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Down button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 60)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Down+L button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 62)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-L button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 64)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Up+L button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 65)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Up button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 67)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Up+R button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 69)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-R button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 71)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the C-Down+R button is pressed. Holding Z while pressing this button will trigger one note number down. Octave controls will increase/decrease this value by 12 for each octave up/down. Transpose controls increase/decrease this value by 1 for each transpose value. (Default 72)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the B pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 35)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Y pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 38)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the X pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 42)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+B pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 46)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+Y pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 51)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+X pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 44)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the B+Y pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 53)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+B+Y pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 49)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+B+Y+X pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 52)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when a Clap is registered. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 39)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 61)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the B pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 60)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the Y pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 65)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the X pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 66)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when the A+B+Y+X pad is pressed. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 78)
MIDI Note Number to be triggered when a Clap is registered. I highly recommend using the General MIDI Drum Standard when customizing this value. (Default 39)
If there are any further customizations you would like, please describe what you want here and I will contact you to let you know if it is possible. Custom requests are handled on a case-by-case basis, but please note there may be additional fees for bespoke programming to be determined on a case-by-case basis. Feel free to contact me prior to ordering with questions about a bespoke request.
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