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Re: Programming slightly more advanced midi stuff



On Sun, Aug 25, 2013 at 5:21 PM, Tyler <programmer651@comcast.net> wrote:
Allergic to Wifi? Is Wifi some kind of substance or something? lol
Tyler Z

yep its a form of radiation. I think we all know what THAT can do...



Its a controversial issue, that is far from being believed by the scientific community, (who are after all wanting to sell us all the new tech shit they can, all I know is that my wife is seriously suffering, (weirdly it started after she had had a year of radiation therapy for Cancer) so much so that we have had to move out of the city, which is very annoying for me, having left my house and studio in town, unfortunately a laugh out loud at her would probably resulted in divorce, or at least would have been less than supportive, 
Im guessing you arnt married Tyler?

LOL

Mark



 
On Sun, 25 Aug 2013 01:34:34 +0200, mark francombe wrote:



>Hi All!
>I have really taken advantage of all my old hardware with the use of the
>Amazing missing link,
>http://wifimidi.com/
>(unfortunately my wife is allergic to Wifi, so I have to wait till she is out
>to fire it up)
>But being able to get at and attach a fantastic control on my iPad, has really
>opened up some old boxes.
>Now the time has come for the Roland EF-303
>http://www.sonicstate.com/digital/model.cfm?modelID=1596&manid=1&manuf=1
>Its fantastic as a sequenceble effects unit, and designed for that, but kinda
>"thrown in" is a clone 303 synch. Sounds great, but as its a bit of an extra,
>the controls are not as "Hands on" as the processing part. Kinda hidden way are
>ADSR controls, for both amp and filter, quantise to Key, quantise to various
>Scales, Gate time, slide time, rest, ties.. and lots more.
>None available via knobs, all a bit menu-ish.
>FEAR NOT... QUESTION APPROACHETH
>But when I look in the manual for some nice CC numbers... Hmm, its a tad
>advanced for me...
>Although I can see these things listed, I think they as Sysex commands...
>and,,, guess what...
>"Ive never used them... boo hoo"
>I dont know how to take the weird codes and "use em"!
>To program in TouchOSC for the missing link I use this (by our own Bernard
>Wagner)
>http://wifimidi.com/midi-message-generator/
>There is a SysEx thingy, but I dont know HOW to read the manual, and translate
>what IM seeing to what is shown on Mr Wagners clever page.
>So for you geeks edification I present the EF-303 manual...
>http://www.markfrancombe.com/Roland_EF_303.pdf
>All I need is an example of how to program ONE of the parameters for one of the
>steps in the sequencer. For example:
>S1 (step 1) GATE TIME.
>Which is shown on page 74 of the manual
>Please REFER TO the message generator mentioned above.
>I think if I can do one I can do them all!
>It may be that its not possible, if so.. tell me... I can take it!
>And Please... NO ONE SAY, "Do it in Bidule"...
>Just for the record, I dont use computers for music. OK?
>Thanks so much...
>Mark
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