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Re: Loop4 MIDI Reset?
Apparently the problem had to do with my Record command in the PMC,
because when I use the SUSRecord DirectMIDI command instead of the
regular Record MIDI command, everything works perfectly.
But now I have to wonder, what was I doing wrong with the Record
command? I have it programmed as a Note On/Channel 1/Note 38/Velocity
127. It works fine as a Record command, but for some reason it screws
up Reset. Any ideas?
Also, I have the PMC-10 manual v1.0 but a v2.0 PMC-10. What does the
"Enhanced" switching mode do?
P.S. I have Raymond now - but the MIDI interface I got had no drivers
for Windows XP :( I'm getting fast with the PMC programmer, though.
> 1st, if you have a pc get yourself Raymond the pmc10 editor for windows
> at our LD member Sean's site
> it will be much more simpler from there in the same download is a
> Midi/hex calculator wich will help you master the hex/midi stuff
> for those resets, a note on, on a momentary switch is enough if you want
> to put the note off it is ok too
> 90 3d 7f : midi chan 1, midi note 61, note on (velocity 127)
> Hans Lindauer wrote:
> > I wrote:
> > > > I spent a few hours over the weekend trying to figure out how to
> > > program
> > > > my PMC-10 as a controller for my newly-upgraded EDP. I managed to
> > > get
> > > > record and overdub happening, but I tried to program a reset and
> > > didn't
> > > > have any luck. Has anyone gotten this working yet?
> > Claude Responded:
> > > This indeed works enter 9x 3d 7f (x is you midi channel in hex)
> > > use a momentary pedal type on the pmc
> > >
> > > reset only resets the current loop see it as a long record press
> > > if you have multiple loops try general reset to reset all the loops
> > > (9x 3e 7f)
> > > or if you tweaked params you could also use pg ch 16 wich means
> > > (the stored preset replaces the edited preset)
> > Now I see the difference between Reset and General Reset (another
> > question I had). I'm using the umbilical programmer to program the
> > PMC-10 so I'm not familiar with those hex strings, but I'm guessing
> > the first hex value indicates the MIDI channel, the second is the note
> > value, and the third is the velocity? I left the velocity at 64 when I
> > tried it - would that make a difference? Also, should this be
> > programmed as a note on/note off combination, or just as a note on?
> > Thanks Claude!
> > -Hans Lindauer