Microtonic set to mutlitimbral mode

gentleclockdivider gentleclockdivider80 views3 posts
  • gentleclockdivider gentleclockdivider

    When microtonic is set to multitimbral mode , the midi controller data that is send is received on all channels ( when the same controller number is assigned )
    Example , assign cc80 to eq freq. on part one , and on part two .
    Now when sending midi cc 80 data ( data is send on midi channel 1 ) , midi channel two ( so part 2 ) is also receiving the data

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  • gentleclockdivider gentleclockdivider

    ALl of a sudden it refuses to midi learn incoming midi cc's , be it send with a slider or aux pattern
    In microtonic we either press learn and or insert the controller number manually , it refuses on all fronts .
    I loaded micotonic in renoise with the exact same settings and there it works , also loading architect projects where it does work .
    The microtonc configuration settings are identical compared to the working projects , verry strange

  • Magnus Lidström

    - gentleclockdivider gentleclockdivider wrote:
    When microtonic is set to multitimbral mode , the midi controller data that is send is received on all channels ( when the same controller number is assigned )
    Example , assign cc80 to eq freq. on part one , and on part two .
    Now when sending midi cc 80 data ( data is send on midi channel 1 ) , midi channel two ( so part 2 ) is also receiving the data

    If you want to use the same MIDI CC mapping on different drum channels, try enabling this option:


    In "Pitched" mode this should use the MIDI channel (for channels 1 to 8) and not the drum channel selected from the GUI (this is reserved for channel 10 in this case).

    Does this help you?

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