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Old 09-03-2010, 08:27 AM
oliarnalds oliarnalds is offline
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Default Why is there no CC #32?

does anyone know the reason for this? just curious...
It's not in pro tools and not in Ableton Live either...

according to this page http://www.midi.org/techspecs/midimessages.php (Table 3) it should be there... "LSB for Control 0 (Bank Select)"

i just had to do an hour of reprogramming after i just found out there was no channel 32, and i had accounted for it in the setup...
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Old 09-05-2010, 10:27 AM
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Default Re: Why is there no CC #32?

My studio rig is packed up ready for a move across the country so I can't double check right now, but where are you looking and not seeing a cc#32?

Looking at my Pro Tools patch files in Cherry Picker, I can view banks for, say, my E-mu Proteus 2000, which are set up like this:

cc#00 = defines which expansion ROM (one of up to 4, plus the user banks)
cc#32 = defines which bank from that particular ROM.

If I recall correctly in Pro Tools, the cc#00 and cc#32 fields can be viewed in the patch select window.

And if you're wanting to switch patches mid-way through a track, choose the 'program change' view for that particular MIDI track, click in the track where the change should happen, and insert the bank/patch details in there.

Hope that helps. I can only think you might be looking in the controller list (where one can tweak, say, volume, filter, resonance etc.)?
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