MIDIPoet - Composer - Screen background events

The screen background events modify the screen background's color.

The screen background's modifyable attributes are:

-- Red: Red component of the background color. Ranges from 0 to 255.
-- Green: Green component of the background color. Ranges from 0 to 255.
-- Blue: Blue component of the background color. Ranges from 0 to 255.

NOTE: Colors in MIDIPoet are expressed as a combination of RGB (red, green, blue) values.

Los diferentes valores que pueden adquirir las propiedades se obtienen a partir de los siguientes procesos o subcomandos:

The attributes' values can be modified using the following commands:

-- Fixed value: A unique value, numeric or textual.
-- Random: A random value chosen from a range of values or from a data list.
-- Loop: A value that increases from a starting point to an ending point, and then starts again. The values can be taken from a numeric range or a data list.
-- Bidirectional loop: A value that increases/decreases inside a range. When it reaches the range's upper or lower limit, it changes direction. The values can be taken from a numeric range or a data list.
-- Travel: A value that increases from a starting point to an ending point, and then stops. The values can be taken from a numeric range or a data list.
-- Drunk: A value resulting from a random walk between the starting and ending points of a range. The values can be taken from a numeric range or a data list.
-- MIDI Table: A value taken from a MIDI table. If the event is activated by a MIDI trigger, this value will correspond to the triggering message's specific note or velocity values.
-- Increase: Increases the value of the attribute by the specified quantity
-- Decrease: Decreases the value of the attribute by the specified quantity.
-- MIDI Range: A value coming from a MIDI range. If the event is activated by a MIDI trigger, this value will correspond to the triggering message's specific note or velocity values.

The Loop, Bidirectional loop, Travel and Drunk commands need, besides a range of values, an increment value, which can be numeric or a resulting value of a MIDI table. For example, a bidirectional loop with a range of 0-255 and with an increment value of 2 will go from 0 to 255 and back, stepping 2 positions every time. Another example: a loop that goes through the values of the data list "data 1", and with an increment value of "vel table 1", will loop through the elements in the list "data 1", skipping "n" positions, where "n" is a resulting value coming from the MIDI table "vel table 1".

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