Started by BROCKSTAR, August 15, 2023, 04:13:58 PM
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Quote from: Witelite on September 18, 2023, 07:35:56 PMIf you set it to send MIDI CC on CTL 1 or 2 It won't send anything on your first press. The second press triggers the midi commands . So in Momentary mode, pressing down triggers nothing and releasing triggers the MIDI CCs. In toggle mode the first press and release does nothing. The second sends commands.
Quote from: admin_shawnb on September 18, 2023, 09:19:01 PMI cannot replicate this.However, I saw nearly identical behavior earlier - I was inadvertently setting the ACT ranges (assign page 2) instead of the actual MIDI CC# and values (assign page 3). I think the order/layout of the ASSIGN screens is confusing. It may help to triple-check all 3 pages.I was in the midst of a classic ASSIGN epic battle: I have a synth daisy-chained via 5-pin MIDI off the GM-800 (an arpeggiator). But I don't always want notes to sound on the 2nd synth, I was looking for a way to stop sending MIDI notes to the second one. At first, I just assigned a CTL to enable/disble SCENE GUITAR TO MIDI. But... When you enable GTM, the GM-800 sends a bunch of initializing MIDI commands, that actually alter your downstream patch. So that didn't work. Next, I attempted to turn local control off on the remote synth via assign (standard CC#122). That worked - I could control notes sounding or not! But... The remote synth was still responding to wheel events, so that would alter the running arpeggio when I used the whammy bar (which sounds like a bug with the remote synth, local off should also disable the wheel, IMO)... Ultimately, I went with using a CTL to mute/unmute the 6 strings. 6 ASSIGNS, but it works perfectly. I spent the next couple of hours copying those 6 assigns to all my patches. A 3-beer job.This stuff requires a lot of patience & testing...