Re: [KL] Kurz SP2 - Performance Control Channel
- User= Bank Message=10240
D (gm) 10371
EXP A =10752
The way to figure out the actual bank number :
The value of controller 0 x's 128 + the value of controller 32.
Therefore if the bank you are trying to get to is controller 0 with a
value of 80 and controller 32 with a value of 1, you would enter 10241
(80 x's 128 +1 )
When you type in 10241 into the bank, you will see it displayed as both
10241 and 80/1.
All the above worked for K2500 going to a JV1080.
This was a complete nightmare to figure out. It took tech support from
Roland and Kurzweil to finally nail it down. I'm not sure if this will
work with your setup but hopefully will give a good place to start.
> Hi guys![Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Trying to get my Roland JV-1010 Module to respond to the SP2.
> Can anyone tell me how to set the Performance Control Channel on the
> SP2 (or at least, what is the DEFAULT Performance Control Channel)?
> Here's the tech info for the JV:
> The Bank Select Messages for the JV-1010 are as follows:
> - - - - - - -MSB (CC0) - - LSB (CC32)
> User: - - - - 80 - - - - - - 0
> Preset A: - - 81 - - - - - - 0
> Preset B: - - 81 - - - - - - 1
> I've been told that the range of values The SP2 can send is limited
> to those corresponding to onboard programs. Numerically this means
> Bank 0 and program change messages from 0-63.
> Given the above Roland info, can anyone tell me IF the SP2
> can "reach" the USER Bank in the Roland JV?
> Then, can anyone tell me EXACTLY what message to send from the SP2 to
> call up the User Bank, #1 slot, #2 slot etc. on the Roland JV?
> And exactly HOW to send that message.
> Having a lot of trouble figuring out the SP2 and the documentation is
> very poor, plus I'm baffled by the more complex aspects of Midi.