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  • #111
    Zed
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    As topic says the controllers just ignore the MIDI channel setting and always use 1. That’s the only hardware I got and that’s probably occurs with the others as well.

    Also I noticed weird behavior of the knobs. It works when you press a note and tune the knob, but it does not when you tune the knob once again without talking off the note.

    But overall I’ve got great feeling about the project, I’ve waiting for the proper automation for a long time! Thanks!

    #1487
    atom
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    well that’s weird i just checked the Alpha ctrlr and this is what i got in Xmon for channel 5 and 9

    [code:1ijqsbu9]
    366297393
    <<< f0:41:36:04:23:20:01:10:52:f7

    366298988
    <<< f0:41:36:04:23:20:01:10:4e:f7

    366305602
    <<< f0:41:36:08:23:20:01:10:5e:f7

    366306596
    <<< f0:41:36:08:23:20:01:10:42:f7
    [/code:1ijqsbu9]

    if you look at the 4th byte it changes how it should, the specs say it’s the 4th byte without any additional IFs. For the MS2000 it must work, since it’s all CCs.

    #1488
    Zed
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    A lot of time and revision has passed, midi channels are seems to be fixed, but I just noticed Program Change still is being send at channel 1, no matter which one set in options and vst input. I can tell it for both Juno and MS2000.

    #1489
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    You mean the program/change on the toolbar ?

    #1490
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    "atom":295v1j5q wrote:
    You mean the program/change on the toolbar ?[/quote:295v1j5q]

    Yes. Changing via MIDI input seems work ok.

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