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Old 03-17-2007, 08:05 AM
midiman midiman is offline
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Default Roland Juno-G with Pro Tools

What do I do to make Pro Tools remember my "patches" inside a session?

Before I used a Fantom X 6, and had a midnam file for it.
That meant that it always remembered it.
With Juno G I can't find any midnam file for it.
That means that when I change patches, I don't have the option to write what bank it belongs to....
(It's greyed out)

In midi set up, do I have to make a new "controller" for the Juno G?

Anybody can help me with this?

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