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This is a Proof-of-Concept that it's possible to play on the MultiplayerPiano using the Virtual Piano keys in some way.
The only problem is that on the Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard, keys aren't mapped properly is are Case-Insensitive. Q = q and not Q =/= q. Because of this, you can't necessarily play on the MultiplayerPiano with the Virtual Piano's layout entirely.
If there's any other way where it's possible to label the keys as case-sensitive, or if there's any other software/program as an alternative to VMPK, then please let me know~!
Tutorial // Set-Up
2. Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard
Keppy Steinway Piano Soundfont
1. Install LoopBe1
2. Virtual MIDI Piano Keyboard Settings
Edit - Midi Connections
- MIDI OUT Driver = Windows MM
- Output MIDI Connection = LoopBe1
3. Download NMPB.MidiConnector-Merged
Input device = LoopBe1
Output Device = Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth / CoolSoft VirtualMIDISynth