fluidCCi — Sends a MIDI controller data message to fluid.


fluidCCi iEngineNumber, iChannelNumber, iControllerNumber, iValue


Plugin opcode in fluidOpcodes. This opcode is part of the plugin repository and has to be installed separately. The plugin repository can be found here: https://github.com/csound/plugins

Sends a MIDI controller data (MIDI controller number and value to use) message to a fluid engine by number on the user specified MIDI channel number.


iEngineNumber -- engine number assigned from fluidEngine

iChannelNumber -- MIDI channel number to which the Fluidsynth program is assigned: from 0 to 255. MIDI channels numbered 16 or higher are virtual channels.

iControllerNumber -- MIDI controller number to use for this message

iValue -- value to set for controller (usually 0-127)


This opcode is useful for setting controller values at init time. For continous changes, use fluidCCk.


Here is an example of the fluidCCi opcodes. It uses the file fluidCCi.csd.

; Select audio/midi flags here according to platform
-odac  -+rtmidi=virtual  -M0    ;;;realtime audio out and realtime midi in
;-iadc    ;;;uncomment -iadc if realtime audio input is needed too
; For Non-realtime ouput leave only the line below:
;-o fluidCCi.wav -W ;;; for file output any platform

sr = 44100
ksmps = 32
nchnls = 2
0dbfs  = 1

giengine fluidEngine
; soundfont path to manual/examples
isfnum	 fluidLoad "19Trumpet.sf2", giengine, 1
	 fluidProgramSelect giengine, 1, isfnum, 0, 56

instr 1

	mididefault   60, p3
	midinoteonkey p4, p5
ikey	init p4
ivel	init p5
	fluidCCi giengine, 1, 93, 127 	;full chorus &
	fluidCCi giengine, 1, 91, 127 	;full reverb!
	fluidNote giengine, 1, ikey, ivel


instr 99

imvol  init 7
asigl, asigr fluidOut giengine
       outs asigl*imvol, asigr*imvol


i 1 0 5 60 100 ;play one note from score and...
i 99 0 60      ;play virtual keyboard for 60 sec.


See Also

fluidEngine, fluidNote, fluidLoad, fluidCCk

More information on soundfonts is in the Floss Manuals: https://flossmanual.csound.com/midi/reading-midi-files

For other information on soundfonts look in the Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soundfont


Michael Gogins (gogins at pipeline dot com), Steven Yi. Thanks to Peter Hanappe for Fluidsynth.