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Old 07-03-2008, 11:00 PM
phair phair is offline
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Default Change pitch wheel bend range in Midi event operations

Anyone know how to extend the range of the pitch bend parameter in ProTools Midi operations from -2steps-+2 steps to -12 steps - +12 steps ? (a full octave either way).
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Old 03-24-2018, 08:21 PM
DumbIT DumbIT is offline
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Default Re: Change pitch wheel bend range in Midi event operations

March 2018

Wow - this is an old thread, but Xpand hasn't changed since 2008 ...

Leave the keyboard alone (+2/-2 semitones).

Select your instrument in the XPAND panel.
To the right of the PAN FX1 FX2 knobs is a panel with TR/FINE, HI/LO KEY, VOICE MODE, and PB Range.

XPAND defaults the PB Range (pitchBend) to TWO semitones, but the pull down list goes 0-12!

Took me an hour to figure this out after looking at other products. DOH!!!!
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