Re: Help with MIDI questions for KEyboards
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Posted by Les on August 14, 2006 at 16:29:48:
In Reply to: Help with MIDI questions for KEyboards posted by Erick on August 14, 2006 at 01:30:41:
I think the best way to go about it is to set up a "performance" for the Roland.
You can customize that performance, and turn program change off. This parameter
can not be set for the entire system, but you can do it for each perfomance.
I don't have a JV-80, I use the JV-2080, but they are very similar, so the above
should work on your synth.
: Ok guys, I really need help. Here in Mexico is very rare to find people that know about this kind of questions. I hope you guys can help me.
: I want to do the following and I want to know if it is possible.
: I want to hook my Korg Triton 61 to another keyboard (Roland JV80),via MIDI, so the JV 80 can "steal" some TUBA sound from my Korg Triton Extreme. I know this is possible, but the question is, is there a way to "lock" the JV 80 so it doesn't interfere when I try to change sounds in the Korg Extreme?
: I want to be able to play and switch sounds and stuff, while the Roland JV80 is stealing my TUBA sound and there is no problem between both. I just know that by hooking them up via MIDI, the Korg Triton Extreme rules the JV 80, so when I try to change sounds in the Korg Triton Extreme, the Rolang JV 80 also changes sounds. I don't know how to "lock" the Jv-80 and I don't even know if that is possible.
: Thanks a lot guys. I might use the Rolad JV 80 or a Roland AX7 Remote MIDI Controller Keyboard to be the "slave".
: Any help will be appreciated. Thanks
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