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    Possemo
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    I looked into the panel and it seems like the midichannel was done with a global variable. I am talking about this version:
    https://audiobombs.com/items/94/mks-50-advanced-synthesizer-programmer

    So you can try to change the first number in the “Global variables” field. It is preset to 0 = midi channel 1. Look at the attached screenshot.

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    #84660
    Quimquim
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    I’m wandering why you’re not able to get things work beside channel 1?

    I’m actually building a panel with functions on ch 4, 10 and 11 and all work well in both way.

    When you want to build a modulator to work on another channel than the one specified in the midi setup you must check the midiMessageChannelOveride in the midi section of the modulator and specify the channel in the midiMessageChannel.

    Hope it help

    Stay tuned. Quimquim

    #84663
    Possemo
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    Sorry, my previous “fix” does not work. You cannot change the global vars this way. Best would be to change all sliders sysex messages. Replace k0 with YY.

    @quimquim: configuration is not obvious when you have to send sysex messages instead of CCs like on the mks-50. you have to use the variable YY within the sysex string.

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    Replacing the sysex message for all sliders from k0 to yy did the trick and the panel is now working on my preferred MIDI channel. Thank you sir!

    #84799
    Possemo
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    I didn’t remember if it had to be uppercase or lowercase, but you found that out yourself. Hey could you please share your updated panel here? I don’t have any alpha juno synth but I could make a quick page in the panel downloads section anyway.

    #115060

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    Just getting to grips with this one after a few teething problems getting CTRLR to work on my system.

    I’m having trouble getting the Patch to save which is a little frustrating. I can get the Tone to save, although the DCO envelope never saves (that could be part of a patch, and not a tone?)

    Any ideas?

    The error message I get (sometimes) when trying to save a patch is:
    Alt line [-1]: [C]
    What: C
    Namewhat: global
    Name: Console
    Error message: Ambiguous, candidates:
    void console(String const&)
    void console(std::string const&)

    Method isabled.

    Any help greatly appreciated!

    Cheers, ADM.

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    #115063
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    Are you using the recommended build: http://ctrlr.org/nightly/Ctrlr-5.3.201.exe ?
    Console errors usually appear on some newer versions where the console command is screwed up.

    The Console commands is useful for debugging, e.g. displaying the value of a variable in the console. When you heve finished debugging you should delete all console commands (or comment them out). They are slowing down Lua scripts significantly.

    #115064

    m.tarenskeen
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    Check your LUA code for lines that use console()
    In code for my panels I replaced many instances of

    console("this is a message")

    to

    console(String("this is a message"))

    It fixed some problems on some versions of Ctrlr for me. I don’t know if it will fix your Patch save problem, but it might fix the error message. As far as I know my suggestion doesn’t hurt even if it doesn’t make sense.

    #115975

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    Hi
    Am using the MKS 50 with my Juno2 synth. The only thing that works is the next button.
    When i push this, the next sound on my Juno2 synth gets selected. But, when I move the sliders
    to edit the sound of the current patch nothing happens. Am using the standalone version and Windows 8.1

    #115997
    Possemo
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    Is your Juno2 set to midi channel 1? Maybe you have to enable sysex on the synth I don’t know the Alpha Junos.

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