Have you tried it with bipolar mod?
Remaps would need proper scales to save the user from reverse-engineering those.
Edit: your modulation might be thrown off by the fact that apparently Vital responds to 128 midi notes, as can be seen from the virtual keyboard, but the modulation is limited to 97 semitones.
…oh this is a mess. With bipolar note mod in osc pitch it seems Vital thinks that the middle point of the note mod output curve, 0.5 phase with linear remap from corner to corner, is MIDI note C2 (note number 48) output exactly, and that’s somewhere between D#4 and E4 on mod source scale on linear curve from corner to corner. This is the same note Vital outputs when osc Note Track is disabled.
The choice of C2 seems a bit weird, since the standard MIDI middle C is note number 60, C3.
So, 0.5 mod output value gives C2, but even that’s next to impossible to put into exactly right place on input scale, since it’s not possible to snap to midi note grid when editing curves, it’s not possible to snap to current mod source point, and the adjustment with mouse is quite imprecise, and there’s no fine tune modifier key for adjusting curve points in mod remap or LFO.
With unipolar, and untransposed osc, Vital outputs C2 at C-2 (#0) keypress. That’s exactly 4 octaves above the key, so this can be fixed wih -48 transpose, if one wants to stay in the standard midi octave numbers with a keyborard.
Fortunately, all that’s left to do after that is to adjust the high point of the curve to agree with C 96 semitones above the midi note 0, and that’s what I did, and here’s the MIDI note track mod remap curve for you in a .vitallfo file.
It’s not super precise, but it’s as close as I could get now with only a single linear curve. The highest C is quite well tuned, but the ones below that aren’t as good, but they get better the lower you go.
This curve works for both unipolar and bipolar mods.
Just lemme know if you can make it better and how you did it, so I’ll learn something new as well.