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RE: Programming slightly more advanced midi stuff



> ON page 71 where it gives some hints as to the numbers.. 2-5  7-31  64-94

Yes, this suggests that it will do something when it receives these numbers.

>  and then on page 76 where theres these lists of parameters,  maybe one means the other?

The parameter numbers in this table range from 1 to 32 for a total of 33 parameters.  7-31 is 25 distinct CCs and 64-94 is 31.  So neither of those ranges is exactly 33 but the 33 might be split across them.

The chart on 78 says Filter Attack is CC82.  On 77 it has F_ENV_ATTACK as parameter 17.  Filter Decay is CC83 and F_ENV_DECAY is prm18 so those both increase by one.  But Filter Sustain which is prm19 jumps down to CC28 so the pattern isn't simple.  You'll have to try them all and see what wiggles.

Jeff


From: markfrancombe@gmail.com <markfrancombe@gmail.com> on behalf of mark francombe <mark@markfrancombe.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 25, 2013 1:34 PM
To: loopers-delight
Subject: Re: Programming slightly more advanced midi stuff
 
WOW Jeff, This is amazing!! Im gonna have to take my time going thru this one, and your last line looks a little UN promising for what I want...

BUT You said
 I couldn't find a table where they describe what each CC number does for each effect

ON page 71 where it gives some hints as to the numbers.. 2-5  7-31  64-94

and then on page 76 where theres these lists of parameters,  maybe one means the other?

The first good stuff i found is on page 77, and the numbers given on 78. All these parameters are NOT under any control on the device at all, no menus not knobs nothing... So being to adjust decay on the synth engine, is HUGE, and filter envelopes. AMAZING

The stuff I want to decipher is thei damn lists on pages 74 and 75... If I can get them under iTouch control, is gonna be amazing! These controls ARE possible with awkward menu shifts and stuff, but its risky... very easy to stop the sequence to go into a mode you cant get out of without stopping

Thanks Jeff... Im gonna check all this out...

Mark