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Old 05-27-2003, 10:44 AM
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Default MIDI Patch change/presets in OSX/PTLE 6


I was doing a MIDI session today on my Titanium 550, M-Box, PTLE 6, and a key player with a Kurzweil K2500x.

The MIDI was recorded fine, but my problem came in when I tried to assign preset numbers to the patches. I can enter in manually the preset I want or click the list below, but I cannot enter the bank ("9" in this case or more specifically "950" being the patch number I need). I entered 9 in both the controller windows and it will blanks out when I hit enter or move to another window. It used to work like this in PTLE 5 as I remember and I had no problem.

Two questions:

1. How can I just get patch 950 to stick and ...

2. Where can I get a patchlist that will work in OSX for a Kurzweil 2500?

Thanks in advance.

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