#1
Some software, so that I could bind normal keyboard keys, like these




To a piano roll that would appear on a screen and the computer can recognize this as if I connected a midi keyboard.

Anything of this sort?
#3
A lot of DAWs just have the "use virtual keyboard" option in one of the device lists. Cubase, Sonar and FL Studio I know.
#4
Quote by SkepsisMetal
A lot of DAWs just have the "use virtual keyboard" option in one of the device lists. Cubase, Sonar and FL Studio I know.



As does Logic. In Logic I know its triggered by caps lock, might be the same across some of the more popular DAWs?

Also, this is totally the wrong forum. you'll want the main recording forum.
#5
Ableton Live and Garageband also have this built in.
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#6
I have the function built-in too, but it doesn't allow me to change which keys are assigned to what.
#7
Just go out a buy a 25 key midi keyboard. You'll be glad you did, trying to do this with your computers keyboard is just a pain. Id recommended the rock band 3 keys as a cheap, quality midi keyboard. I have one, it's great.
#8
Quote by mh1986
Just go out a buy a 25 key midi keyboard. You'll be glad you did, trying to do this with your computers keyboard is just a pain. Id recommended the rock band 3 keys as a cheap, quality midi keyboard. I have one, it's great.


I have good keyboards, but I can't take them to the university and use them during lectures to write music.
#9
I'd like to know this too.
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#10
Quote by SkepsisMetal
A lot of DAWs just have the "use virtual keyboard" option in one of the device lists. (Invalid img)Cubase, Sonar and FL Studio I know.
A lot of DAWs just have the "use virtual keyboard" option in one of the device lists