Re: Re: Help with MIDI questions for KEyboards

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Posted by jbfunk2002 on October 15, 2006 at 20:51:58:

In Reply to: Re: Help with MIDI questions for KEyboards posted by Les on August 14, 2006 at 16:29:48:

: 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.

i have a casio wk-3700 key board need mid tracks
think you jam
: : 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

: : ERick

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