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    Noob alert!
    Is there a relatively straightforward way to delay the MIDI message being sent from a specific modulator?
    Via program change messages sent from the device to Ctrlr (VST) and back to the device, I am triggering a CC dump request from my (Octatrack) when changing parts (kits). The problem is that the message is sent some thousandths of a second too early and I receive the dump from the previous kit parameters. I currently have this resolved via external methods but would like to wrap it all into my Ctrlr instance.

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    Best way to handle midi message exchange is probably to do it and follow it with Lua methods.
    You initiate the exchange with a button (for example) that triggers the first send message method.
    On reception of some received message you send the second one.
    If you need to only send messages with some time interval in between, at the end of the first send message method you start a timer that will send the second message after some time.

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