I am wondering if there’s a way to get a MIDI track to display on the “virtual MIDI keyboard” – i.e., when I play the track back, I would like to see the keys “light up” in response to those note on/off events the way they do when I click on them and/or play QWERTY keys.
In case there’s any confusion, this is the virtual keyboard I’m talking about:
Thanks for your reply. I wonder how hard it would be to write a plugin to handle just this visualization with just a basic 88-key layout. What tools would I want to learn to accomplish that (assuming I’m an experienced programmer without this specific domain knowledge)? Is there a tutorial you know of I can look up?
edit: perhaps this Programming LV2 Plugins – I never imagined I’d have the possibility of working with ttl in this context…
It’s some time ago, that I worked with HISE, but I would guess, that it should be possible with that application, to build a plugin like that with a few java script lines. But I’m afaraid, you can’t compile to LV2, but Linux-VST should work though.