For some reason Virtual Piano Keyboard isn't coming up on a blank document.
It was on a different template before, the basic one. If I try and play it it anyway, nothing sounds.
For me, the keypad 0 did nothing, but the top row 0 open it up. Next, I added a new midi track, set it up to record on that track, launched record and ran my mouse pointer over the keys. Note data was recorded on the track. Just installed Cakewalk on my desktop comp so can use my midi controller now. But just to clarify, when you used the virtual keyboard, was it pointed to either a hardware synth module or a software synth? Do you have them listed in the views menu see below?
If so, I am not sure why nothing happens when you select either of them. Also, make sure you have expanded the track fully by dragging it down.
I switched from "All" to other options and I could still add them. I was able to create a Lens that doesn't have "Virtual Controllers" under "Views," but it sounds like you have them listed. So, there must be some other reason why you don't get the Piano Keyboard or the Computer Keyboard virtual controllers.
Not sure why its not coming up for you. Maybe others have suggestions to things to try. I got the virtual keyboard to work with Omnisphere. Is there a set of key-strokes that can behave as a mod wheel?
Also I haven't been able to get both the virtual midi keyboard and the computer keyboard to display at the same time. Virtual MIDI keyboard and the Computer keyboard interfaces are switchable, thus they wont display at the same time.
The only thing preventing Virtual Keyboard to appear in View menu is if you untick the Virtual keyboard in selected lenses. I get differences I don't understand yet--but the keypad numbers definitely function differently than the top row numbers. Not a priority for me to sort out at the moment since I was just exploring the Virtual Keyboard and Computer Controllers based on the initial post.
And I only took a very brief look at the sections that start here. Now I have to deal with aftertouch! Is there anything such as a virtual aftertouch wheel? People talk about drawing AT in, but I am unsure how to do that.
Like the iPad Smart Keyboard , it would have a fabric cover that is sealed with a membrane underneath. In this fashion, the physical keys would be underneath, so it retains the tactile function, but removes the risk of anything getting stuck. A fully recessed keyboard with a new, sealed membrane layer above it would protect the keys from spills or debris. Apple states that the third generation butterfly keyboard in the MacBook Pro is only quieter. Third-party tear-downs reveal an extra membrane layer underneath, though it still has a hole so the keys function as before.
It helps with debris buildup as well, which was a complaint that the and MacBook Pro owners had. Apple also has a keyboard service program to fix these sticky keyboards.
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