I truly appreciate your help with this question Allen. I'm so new to this
guitar synth thing as to I'm not knowing some of the basic terms that people
are using to explain to me the answers that are given... I'm so lost at
times I don't even know what questions to ask.
I did download the MIDI tutor you sent... even that is confusing at times.
Multi-timbral synth... hehhhe what does that mean...
A single channel.... what and where are channels.....
I do however know what a patch is... (the sound the synth generates to make
it sound like another instrument)
Its just embarrassing at my spot in understanding how to use the GR-33.
Fortunately I'm patient and will get it eventually.
Again any help is very much appreciated... and I print out all responses
cause I don't take ANY of them lightly for sure.
From: Allan [mailto:aclapp@...
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 3:58 PM
Subject: [GR-30] Re: Exporting a MIDI into cakewalk and then sending it
to a synth
I tried to tell him that over on another board, but he wouldn't
listen to me. LOL
Maybe you'll have better luck!
--- In GRemail@example.com, Jon Engel <jonengel@y...> wrote:
> The GR-33 is not a multi-timbral synth, it only responds to a
> single MIDI channel with a single patch. It can however control
> six channels of an external multi-timbral synth in Mono Mode.
> If it helps, I've attached a link to a tutorial that covers this
> on the MIDI Manufacturers Organization's web site:
> FWIW, does anyone else think it's kind of strange to call the
> multi-timbral controller mode of the GR synths Mono Mode and the
> single channel controller mode Poly Mode? Confuses the heck out
> of me all the time... Jon E.
> --- bayoubro2 <tguidry@p...> wrote:
> > Howdy everyone,
> > I am wanting to use a BIAB file and send it into my guitar
> > synth
> > Roland GR-33 by way of Cakewalk. I choose the UART setting on
> > my
> > MIDI Device output. I set all the Instruments to General MIDI
> > in
> > Cakewalk. Is there a way to direct the individual tracks to
> > specific
> > patches into my GR-33 and as a result, use the MIDI created in
> > BIAB
> > to access the sounds that the GR-33 synth offers.
> > Is this possible to do, and if so, any suggestions on how to
> > accomplish this.
> > Any help is appreciated, naturally
> > Tom
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