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Re: Wheres the Gordius Forum?



Im a bit unsure what The Default Preset does, actually. Is it like a
preset that fires when you enter a bank, must it be IN the bank, or is
it totally seperate?

Anyway i did it The hard way, now I have scroll wheel thumb.

Yet to test, but a cursory check with only Stereo Record, seems to
indicate that synching EDP this way ( same offset, different midi
channel, Sync=OUT, Gordius sends 2 record message) Works!!

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On 5 Sep 2013, at 23:18, andy butler <akbutler@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:

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> mark francombe wrote:
>> OK I'm back to this one...
>>         Anyway, back to example. 2 commands. One of them is the command
>>        for Record on a looper. I want to SAVE THAT COMMAND, and be able
>>        to bring it up and add it to any patch as I make it, and the
>>        other command, well it doesnt really matter what it is, just
>>        that i want to program it ONCE, and have it available in some
>>        kind of command pool, that I can drag into any switch when I 
>> want.
>>    That's exactly what you have.
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>> Sorry, but I think not.
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> What you have there looks to me like a description of how Gordius works 
> on a preset>>switch level.
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> So you want 2 or more  "COMMANDS" to assign to a switch? ...yeah, don't 
> think it can be done.
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> A COMMAND(if it equals EDP record) would be, for record, a Note-On in 
> the first message stream,
> and a Note-Off in the second.
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> Otherwise you could use Gordius Macros to create COMMANDS and add as 
> many as you wanted to a Preset, which is what I was going to suggest 
> before I realised it wouldn't work.
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> The other way to do it is to create a bank of full of presets for 
> controlling both machines.
> ...and create 2 more banks derived from it. (i.e. they'll automatically 
> default to the same presets)
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> then for each of those banks create a special preset which sets the midi 
> channel of the two
> variables for your midi channels.
> That preset is then made Default preset for the relevant bank.
> So you'd go to the variables page, and name your midi channels EDP1 and 
> EDP2.
> If you happenned to have your edps on CH 1 and CH2
> default preset for stereo bank does
> EDP1 = 1
> EDP2 = 2
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> default preset for just first edp does
> EDP1 = 1
> EDP2 = 3 (or some other channel that's free in your setup)
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> default preset for second edp......yeah, you got it I'm sure
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> So you only have to make 13 presets.
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> andy
> ps. you never have to start from scratch, Gordius presets can be copied 
> using the controls at the bottom of the list
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