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Re: strange EDP problem

Thanks for the responses everyone.

Turns out switching “Send Realtime Sysex” on the Axe-Fx to “None” fixes 
the problem...at the cost of losing my tap tempo and tuner indicator on my 
MFC-101 foot controller.  It appears one can’t have it all.

On Jul 3, 2014, at 2:22 AM, DaveDraper <dave.draper@zen.co.uk> wrote:

> Hi Matt
> All this is true, but SysEx is specific to a 'Device Number' IIRC. Thus 
> if you only want to send a new bank to your Korg M25, set it to a 
> different device number from your Yamaha A23 etc.
> I don't know whether you can change device numbers for the EDP / Axe-FX 
> though - you might have to RTFM! If the EDP is set to a different device 
> no. it shouldn't receive the SysEx stuff, but should still receive the 
> Midi channel data.
> hth
> Dave
> On 01/07/2014 08:08, andy butler wrote:
>> hi Matt,
>> Pers right.
>> I can confirm that the EDP audio will be glitchy when you sen a load of 
>> sysex.
>> I expect that's just because it's a massive amount of midi data.
>> andy
>> On 30/06/2014 23:09, Per Boysen wrote:
>>> Your guess is correct: MIDI SySex does not support MIDI channel
>>> number. Sysex data is not good for music, in fact it it was designed
>>> for sending non timing critical data (like patches and global
>>> settings). Sysex events are very long and do not fit in between clock
>>> data in a MIDI stream so therefor it wrecks havoc with the timing.
>>> Maybe you can use separate MIDI out ports to address the Axe and the
>>> EDP directly? Daisy-chaining is bad when Sysex is in the house. Giving
>>> Daisy a separate room will cut MIDI some slack. :-)
>>> On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 11:16 PM, Matt McCabe <lists@finleysound.com> 
>>> wrote:
>>>> I’m having a strange problem with my Axe-Fx and EDP. Realtime SysEx 
>>>> data sent from the Axe-Fx (set to MIDI channel 1) is causing audible 
>>>> glitches on my EDP (set to MIDI channel 3). I’ve recorded the SysEx 
>>>> data into a sequencer and it is showing MIDI channel 0 - which seems 
>>>> strange...but maybe SysEx data doesn’t confirm to the channels 1-16? 
>>>> Anyway, am I missing a parameter on the EDP to filter out SysEx 
>>>> messages or is there another solution?
>>>> Matt
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