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  • in reply to: Change a preset inside a sysex formula #82887
    roger@fo-co.com
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    Hello, just a feedback on your responses.

    I probably figured out how this works (but not tested on the hardware, but I am confident). I am using one fader to change the variable, and another one (with the sysex formula) to receive the variable as k-value.

    Thanks again for your help.

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    A couple of questions just to confirm:

    1. If I understand this well, I can use those k-variables for example to change the Device ID?
    2. There are 4 groups for variables: K, o, p and n. Do they all work the same way as the k-variables?

    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Change a preset inside a sysex formula #82791
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    Hello guys!

    Thanks for your input. Especially Possemo seems to be everywhere.

    I´ll give it a try.
    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Yamaha SY35 Voice Editor #82649
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    Beautiful work. Hopefully there will be compatibility with a TG 33 too.

    All the best and congrats.

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81887
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    Hello Possemo!

    I just figured it out (well, with some help from you and another program).
    First of all, the FixedSlider is the perfect tool for that, thank you very much for the hint.

    One question: Do you possess a Morpheus?

    Here comes the explanation:
    For negative values there is an offset of 16384.

    Example: Pan PRIMARY VOICE (range from -7 to +7)
    formula: F0 18 0C 01 03 54 41 LS MS F7 (from manual)

    Turns out, that the MSB starts with negative values at 7E and will be wrapped to 00, once it arrives at full MSB. I just had to multiply 7E as MSB, then adding 120 (= -7 in Panning), and so on.

    -7=16377 = LSB 121, MSB 7E
    -6=16378 = LSB 122, MSB 7E
    -5=16379 = LSB 123, MSB 7E
    etc.
    0=0 = LSB 00, MSB 00
    1=1 = LSB 01, MSB 01 etc.

    Thanks a lot for your help. I really appreciate it.
    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81881
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    Hello!

    I already have the panel in a working state, now it´s time to fix some minor issues.

    1. I have no idea how to create “negative” values. I understand, that there is nothing in MIDI which could be a negative value, but I have some sysex formulas, which manage a range from -127 to 127, for example the LFO 1 amount.
    My sysex string for this parameter is:
    – F0 18 0C 01 03 61 40 LS MS F7.
    and obviously only works with positive values:

    Any idea how to fix this?

    2. How can I receive preset data from Morpheus in such a way, that the synthesis parameters are correctly shown in my CTRLR panel?
    For the moment I can create sounds from scratch, but without receiving preset data there is no comfortable way to adjust existing presets.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81616
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    I´ll give it a try. Thank you.

    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81531
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    Hello!
    The panel is already taking shape, but I am stuck with the XY-Pad.
    Imagine control several filter parameters at once…

    I would like to control two parameters with the XY-Pad simultaneously. I already found out, how to assign/link parameters to each of the axis (currently Primary Filter Morph and Filter Transform 2), but no MIDI is sent. Must be something easy…still I didn´t find out how.

    Any idea how to solve that?

    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81424
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    The filter lists for primary y secondary voices
    are now ready and working.
    I wonder if there is a possibility to save SNAPSHOTS AS PRESETS,
    to be called from within CTRLR.

    Greetings.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81351
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    Thanks for your comments.

    My plan is to create firstly a Patch/Preset Editor, so I can control its synthesis parameters from inside Cubase, which means tabs for all parameters for primary and secondary voices. Also a GENERAL tab for Easy Editing of patch volume and panning.

    Later on, I might add more tabs for more functionality. At the end of the day, I am still a newbie in CTRLR. I still even don´t know, how to retrieve preset data from Morpheus to show it in CTRLR…

    All the best.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81195
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    Guys, I think I got it…

    Thanks to Possemo I followed the path of nibbles. Turns out that it is actually managed as 7bit nibbles. I now can assign one value in the Sysex formula and access the other filter types.

    Syntax is:

    F0 18 0C dd 03 6C 41 LS MS F7 (LS and MS in CAPITAL LETTERS).

    Every filter now has its own ID, which I can comfortably insert in the listbox.

    To be continued…

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81194
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    Thanks Possemo for your contribution. I was expecting that I would only be able to change one number inside the sysex string. This leaves me for the moment with two options:

    1. create a list, filling the gaps with an UNKNOWN FILTER message
    2. create a button for each and every filter type

    For option 1 I have begun to make a listbox, just to give it a try, how far I can go with that. Or maybe someone comes up with another idea…

    Thanks to everyone.

    Roger

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81079
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    Hello!

    First of all thanks to all contributers for their help. As I mentioned earlier, the Sysex itself does not represent a major problem (anymore), thanks to Cubase Device Panles. I also analyzed the data emitted by a Windows software editor for Morpheus, which gave me a quite clear idea.

    1. Just as rpcfender stated in the post before, there are gaps in the list of filter types. If you check out the post before, you will find missing for example the the filter type with the number 195. That filter type simple does not exist (at least in Morpheus).

    Now, it is known, that Morpheus and UltraPorteus are largely compatible, the Ultraproteus having more waveforms and filters, and it would make sense to use those gaps for UltraProteus-only filter types. Could somebody please check, if those gaps in the filter type list are UltraProteus filters? If that´s the case, then I could insert those values too, with an UltraProteus only mark. The numbers in question are:

    195, 206, 216, 217, 220, 230, 235, 245, 250, 252, 254-258, 260, 269, 271, 279, 280, 287, 289, 290, 295, 296, 306, 339, 342, 343, 350, 379, 384, 387-395, 395-402, 404-406

    2. The suggestion to offer a separate NULL FILTER switch is a great idea, as this filter type has its own modified sysex. Thank you very much for this suggestion.

    3. If the missing filter numbers are not from UltraProteus, then I´d prefer a solution to be able to assign a code per filter, just like I would do with a switch.

    Is there a way to create some kind of list (drop down or scrollbar), which allows to assign a whole sysex code for example?
    Like this:

    000 Filter type A: F7 18 0C bla bla F7
    001 Filter type B: F7 18 0C blip blip F7
    002 Filter type C: F7 18 0C blob blob F7

    etc.

    Thanks in advance to everybody.

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #81008
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    Hello!

    I am currently working on an editor for E-mu Morpheus, and so far I have figured out the mayor part of its sysex. There is one (first) issue though, where I need assistance.

    Firstly, my Sysex experiences were mostly applied in Cubase Device Panels, but this platform is (surprise!) Cubase Pro only, and also kind of limited for certain situations.

    Issue:
    In E-mu Morpheus there are 197 different filter types, which I would like to make available via Ctrlr. The problem is, that those filter types are not simple listed in a linear, consecutive manner, but the sysex may vary from filter type to filter type.
    I am looking for a list or combo solution, which permits to program
    – one dedicated message per list entry – let say:

    Filter type 1: F0 AA BB CC 10 00 F7
    Filter type 2: F0 AA BB CC 14 05 F7

    etc.,

    so on selecting a filter type in my list this one message would be sent. I resolved this in Cubase Device Panels with 197 individual momentary switches, but this makes way too much use of space on the screen.

    Anyone who can help me out with that? A demo panel, which I could study and modify, would be very apreciated, but is obviously no condition.

    Thanks in advance.

    Roger

    in reply to: No MIDI CC nor Sysex sending from panel #72620
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    Hello!

    I followed your advice and installed the version you mentioned.
    I got the same result: MIDIKeyboard working, CC not working.

    Am I missing something?

    I am on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.

    in reply to: Roland D-110 panel #72618
    roger@fo-co.com
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    Hello!

    I already have downoaded the EXE and the panel (the panel sirves me better). First impression is very good. Both are running and sending MIDI data. In the next few days I´ll do some in depth checkings, and I´ll publish my results here.

    Be aware, that I never used the D110 to the excess, so possibly some bugs will be undiscovered (if there are any). In the past I used an ATARI ST Editor…

    Greetings.

    in reply to: Emu Morpheus Panel? #72604
    roger@fo-co.com
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    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.

    in reply to: Roland D-110 panel #72603
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    Hello! Any progress on the D110 panel?
    I would love to see it as VST.

    All the best.

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