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Offline carlb

Get the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages?
« on: May 14, 2017, 12:31:36 AM »
I'm not seeing anything in the GP-10 manual or Parameters guide about setting up the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages, and mapping those to the actions needed.

I'm guessing that to get the GP-10 to respond to a MIDI CC message, you have to setup an Assign within any given patch to do so.

Is there a guide anywhere on how to do that? Searched the whole forum, but didn't find anything for "MIDI CC Assigns" or other searches I could come up with.
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Offline gumtown

Re: Get the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages?
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2017, 01:22:18 AM »
Yes, under each "Assign" source control, you can select a cc# number to match your controller.
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Offline Yohanes

Re: Get the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages?
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2017, 01:50:00 AM »
I'm guessing that to get the GP-10 to respond to a MIDI CC message, you have to setup an Assign within any given patch to do so.

Is there a guide anywhere on how to do that? Searched the whole forum, but didn't find anything for "MIDI CC Assigns" or other searches I could come up with.

You are correct, below is an example how to control pitch bend from MIDI:

Create an 'assign' in Boss GP-10 as follow:
Assign1             : On
Target Category: FXP.BND (FX: Pedal Bend)
Target               : POSITION
Target Min        : 0
Target Max       : 100
Source             : CC#20
Src Mode         : MOMENTARY
S.RangeMin     : 0
S.RangeMax     : 127

You are free to choose MIDI CC number as the SOURCE, depend on your MIDI controller.
Hope this help.
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Offline alexmcginness

Re: Get the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages?
« Reply #3 on: May 14, 2017, 06:09:41 AM »
What Id like to be able to do is be able to control the GP 10 with a midi foot switch. Yup you can do that with the MIDOX boxes but at the same time I wanna be able to have tone studio running so I can use it to make on the fly tweaks to my patches without having to bend over and click thru menus.
  Basically a VG-99 type of thing where the adjustments are waist high and the pedal to change patches is on the floor.
  So some type of merge function is what Im looking for.
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Offline Yohanes

Re: Get the GP-10 to respond to MIDI CC messages?
« Reply #4 on: May 14, 2017, 09:57:22 PM »
GP-10 USB port is the only gateway for MIDI and BTS, so have to choose one or the other.

There is a device for computer called: USB switch sharing (two USB hosts share a single USB peripheral), but I never test it with GP-10, so not sure if it will work for your intended application.
Check this link: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-Brand-USB-2-0-Hub-Auto-Sharing-Switch-2-Ports-for-Computer-PC-Printer/32652423896.html?

It's only a few dollar, so maybe worth to try?
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