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  • #70204

    BryanP
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    Hi all. I’m a complete newbie so please forgive my ignorance(s)!

    I’ve just fired up my old Morpheus after about 15 years of gathering dust and I’m hoping to get back into editing her. I have an old copy of Midiquest but I can’t seem to get them to play nicely on OSX. Midiquest is sending Sysex and Morpheus is responding but I can’t get patches to load/save.

    So I’m hoping that:

    A) Someone has a Morpheus Ctrlr panel (http://ctrlr.org/forums/users/2mm/ seems to have made a working version a few years back but I can’t find any trace of it)

    B) There’s a way to record the Sysex from Midiquest and use that as the basis for a new panel.

    The Morpheus has a pretty comprehensive Sysex spec (I’ve attached the manual) but it’s been so many years since I’ve used Sysex that it seems like a heck of a task to start from scratch.

    Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

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    #70206

    BryanP
    Participant

    I found a way to record the Midiquest sysex data. It was as simple as patching the midi out back to the midi in on my interface and recording the sysex data with the Ctrlr Midi Monitor.

    However, my poor old Morpheus has developed what appears to be a possibly fatal ‘Corrupted RAM’ fault. I’ve ordered a new RAM battery so fingers crossed….

    #70230

    BryanP
    Participant

    Hi all. I’m making progress but I’m stumped with negative values. I’ve had a good look around the forums and found some handy tips but nothing that has solved my problem.

    For parameters such as pan and tuning, using the standard LS and MS in the sysex strings works fine for positive values but not for negative values it seems e.g…

    Master tune:
    F0 18 0C 00 03 04 02 LS MS F7edits positive values, but if I insert 7f as the MS F0 18 0C 00 03 04 02 LS 7f F7 then it edits negative values.

    Midi Quest is spitting out the following:
    F0 18 0C 00 03 04 02 variable 00 F7 for positive values and F0 18 0C 00 03 04 02 variable 7F F7 for negative values

    Any idea how I can persuade Ctrlr to do the same?

    P.S. I’ve tried using the Proteus 2 panel as Morpheus ‘should’ be able to respond to Proteus sysex. It does for positive values but not for negative values.

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    #70237
    Possemo
    Possemo
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    for parameters with negative values I use uiFixedSlider. There you can define every value. But I never used it in MS/LS scenarios, you will have to try out. In the field “Slider contents” I set for example this:

    -63=65
    -62=66
    -61=67
    -60=68
    -59=69
    -58=70
    -57=71
    -56=72
    -55=73
    -54=74
    -53=75
    -52=76
    -51=77
    -50=78
    -49=79
    -48=80
    -47=81
    -46=82
    -45=83
    -44=84
    -43=85
    -42=86
    -41=87
    -40=88
    -39=89
    -38=90
    -37=91
    -36=92
    -35=93
    -34=94
    -33=95
    -32=96
    -31=97
    -30=98
    -29=99
    -28=100
    -27=101
    -26=102
    -25=103
    -24=104
    -23=105
    -22=106
    -21=107
    -20=108
    -19=109
    -18=110
    -17=111
    -16=112
    -15=113
    -14=114
    -13=115
    -12=116
    -11=117
    -10=118
    -9=119
    -8=120
    -7=121
    -6=122
    -5=123
    -4=124
    -3=125
    -2=126
    -1=127
    0=64
    0=0
    1=1
    2=2
    3=3
    4=4
    5=5
    6=6
    7=7
    8=8
    9=9
    10=10
    11=11
    12=12
    13=13
    14=14
    15=15
    16=16
    17=17
    18=18
    19=19
    20=20
    21=21
    22=22
    23=23
    24=24
    25=25
    26=26
    27=27
    28=28
    29=29
    30=30
    31=31
    32=32
    33=33
    34=34
    35=35
    36=36
    37=37
    38=38
    39=39
    40=40
    41=41
    42=42
    43=43
    44=44
    45=45
    46=46
    47=47
    48=48
    49=49
    50=50
    51=51
    52=52
    53=53
    54=54
    55=55
    56=56
    57=57
    58=58
    59=59
    60=60
    61=61
    62=62
    63=63

    On the first value you can put anything you want, it is just display. The second is the “fixed value”. Hopefully MS/LS will take this value. Every fixed slider has normal values too (the first value, at the top is 0, the second is 1 etc..)

    #72604

    roger@fo-co.com
    Participant

    THough I am not a real (leave alone advanced) CTRLR user, I am offereing help for the creation of a Morpheus panel. I have played around with Cubase Device Panels managing Sysex, so I got a basic understanding of its Sysex.

    Best regards.

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