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Many older synthesizers (for example Roland’s Alpha Juno-1/2) only offers a portamento switch to turn portamento on or off. When it is on, all notes will have portamento, even single notes. MonoKey enables fingered portamento, i.e portamento will only be active for notes that overlap. It does so by selectively sending standard MIDI portamento on/off controller messages. For this to work effectively, your synth should be in monophonic or unison mode.
The only parameter is “portamento” which sets the portamento speed. It can be either “off” or 0-127. If it is “off” portamento speed is left untouched, 0-127 sends portamento speed 0-127 to the synth.

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External links
For more information: Roland Synth Description

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For $a \le u,v \le b$, let $F(v) = \displaystyle \sup_{a \le x \le v} f(x)$. I have proved that there exists $C’ > 0$ such that $F(b) – F(a) \le C'(b-a)^{\alpha}$. Now, for any $\varepsilon > 0$:
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## MonoKey Activator PC/Windows [Latest 2022]

Cycle zero (aka hold and press notes) will be effected only if there is NO velocity after the note is released.
OR
Verbosity of the MIDI notes such as portamento (varying speed control) will be effected only if there is NO velocity after the note is released.
OR
In standard MIDI timing mode you will be sent no velocity or portamento if the note you press is a cycle zero, or if you release the key to a portamento holding position or if you release a note that does not overlap another note.
OR
If none of these conditions apply, you are sent all velocity and portamento to your synth.

WARNING!!: The mono key feature is a legacy feature. It may work with your synth, but it may not, if you use newer software or version of your synth

Analog versus Purest Digital Portamento
Another option is to switch the program to Purest Digital mode.
However, in this case, you will lose analog portamento.
Once you have changed this setting, it will be on for all notes.
If you have:
۱٫ Switched to Purest Digital mode
۲٫ Turned Analog Portamento OFF
۳٫ Turned MonoKey ON
then a single note will behave like this:
– Wait for the note to play
– While the note is playing the Portamento control will start moving
– If your note stops before the portamento is completed, the portamento will be cleared. The note will stop and it will not have any portamento
– If your note does stop after the portamento has been completed, the portamento will be completed and the note will continue on its own.
These are the default settings.
MonoKey Description:
Cycle zero (aka hold and press notes) will be effected only if there is NO velocity after the note is released.
OR
Verbosity of the MIDI notes such as portamento (varying speed control) will be effected only if there is NO velocity after the note is released.
OR
In standard MIDI timing mode you will be sent no velocity or portamento if the note you press is a cycle zero, or if you release the key to a portamento holding position or if you release a note that does not overlap another note.
OR
If none of these conditions apply, you are sent all velocity and portament
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## MonoKey

Potentiometer lf sets the frequency of portamento changes.
Potentiometer rf sets the portamento range, usually ±۱۲۷ (max. 255).
Output switch value sets the percent of portamento on/off.

Example:

f: 256
rr: 127
Output switch: 50%

Additional References:
If you want to get even more information about MonoKey, you might want to have a look at this page on the Apple Developer’s Wiki.

A:

This is an oldie, but an excellent one and I’ve been using it for years. It works like this:

You start a note by pressing a key on your keyboard (or drum pads or any other controller).
When the note is over, you send a note off controller message, say portamento off
The host responds with a note off controller message, saying note off done.
At any time you can now send any controller message, but will it get a note on or off status from the host? Well the host will always receive any note on controller message (such as portamento on) immediately before the note off controller message. In this case, its note off.
When you are done, you send a note on controller message. Note on!= note off, but the note off is what gets noticed immediately.

Its pretty much an ideal solution for what you are doing. You can use it for any style of music. Make a song and start a lead (such as the first 8 bars of a Bb major scale – Ab or Bb) then you can shift to the melody after and use any controller messages.
It works on external controllers such as Keyboard Managers, Drum Controllers and other similar devices.
There is also a small Delphi library that does the same in C++. I found it here if you are interested.

A:

A modern solution (uses the Ableton pushover network):

Play a note, send a portamento on message to the host
Where a controller event starts the note
Send a note off message to the host
Where the controller you used to play sends a note on message to the host

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## What’s New In MonoKey?

“If = 1, the portamento time will be reduced and if = 0 then it will be increased. The duration of the portamento is set with this variable.”

From documentation of MonoKey:

“This is a special type of Key-Mod where the key-On and key-Off envelopes are sent on/off, respectively, but the portamento envelope is turned off, or ignored, if the Key-On or Key-Off envelope is not depressed.”

References

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RxJs 5 Use try catch or maybe can use the new operator

I have a simple question. I want to know if I can use the try-catch or maybe there’s a better way to write this code.
Actually my code works perfectly but I want to know if there’s a better way to write it.
RxJs 5
export class User {
username: string;
password: string;
verifyCode: string;
initialize(user: User): Observable {
this.username = user.username;
this.password = user.password;
this.verifyCode = user.verifyCode;

try {
// send params to the API call
return this.http.post(”, { username: this.username, password: this.password, verifyCode: this.verifyCode })
.pipe(catchError(this.handleResponseError));
} catch (e) {
this.handleResponseError();
return Observable.of(false);
}
}
}

A:

We can use toPromise() method from rxjs 5.6.
try {
//send params to the API call
return this.http.post(”, { username: this.username, password: this.password, verifyCode: this.verifyCode })
.toPromise() // convert

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