Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
 

Re: Mapping effects sends for fun and profit

Expand Messages
  • ackack1020
    Set this up as well. Definitely fun for live tweaking. Does anyone know of a way to control the effects settings (feedback, etc...)? Is that possible on the
    Message 1 of 10 , Aug 1, 2012
      Set this up as well. Definitely fun for live tweaking. Does anyone know of a way to control the effects settings (feedback, etc...)? Is that possible on the CS?

      Easy.

      Scott

      --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, Matt <somatt@...> wrote:
      >
      > 1) create a new preset name it something like EFX:delay and reverb
      > 2) open preset edit and go to cords. turn off all the patch cords in the
      > new preset and all preset patch cords.
      > 3) under preset patchcords assign the following: #01 midi a -> FXAsend1
      > +100, #02 midi b -> FXAsend2, #03 midi C -> FXAsend3, #04 midi D ->
      > FXAsend4, #5 midi E -> FXBsend1, #6 midi f -> fxbsend2, #7 midi g ->
      > fxbsend3, #8 midi h -> fxbsend4.
      > 5) put the effects on Delay and Reverb or whatever effect algorithm you
      > want and save the preset.
      > 6) put the new preset on channnel 16a or whatever channel u choose to use
      > for your fx channel
      > 7) go to global and set the FX MODE to enabled
      > 8) inside global set FX MULTIMODE CONTROL set the channel to be 16a or
      > whatever you chose earlier
      > If you point a track at this preset you can now modulate and record your FX
      > send amounts.
      > Yay!
      >
      > matt
      > facebook.com/sabotagebeats
      > soundcloud.com/sabotage
      >
    • steve_the_composer
      If you are looking for a way to have CCs change FX settings other than the send amounts, I don t think that is possible. It might be possible with sysex; check
      Message 2 of 10 , Aug 3, 2012
        If you are looking for a way to have CCs change FX settings other than the send amounts, I don't think that is possible. It might be possible with sysex; check out the sysex manual to see if the FX parameters are listed. (I will look myself when I have a chance.)

        I have used !FX presets on a designated FX channel to switch FXA/FXB settings.

        Steve


        --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, "ackack1020" <sackley85@...> wrote:
        >
        > Set this up as well. Definitely fun for live tweaking. Does anyone know of a way to control the effects settings (feedback, etc...)? Is that possible on the CS?
        >
        > Easy.
        >
        > Scott
      • steve_the_composer
        Here s the table from the sysex manual (v. 2.2). If you don t have it, its in the files section. If you have an external controller that can send out sysex
        Message 3 of 10 , Aug 3, 2012
          Here's the table from the sysex manual (v. 2.2). If you don't have it, its in the files section. If you have an external controller that can send out sysex data on the fly, you might try these. I am not sure if changing these parameters when FXA/FXB are sounding causes any audio glitches, but that might be desirable in some types of music.
          Steve

          Parameter ID
          (RESERVED) id = 512 (00h,04h)
          MASTER_FX_A_ALGORITHM id = 513 (01h,04h) min = 1; max = 44;
          MASTER_FX_A_DECAY id = 514 (02h,04h) min = 0; max = 90;
          MASTER_FX_A_HFDAMP id = 515 (03h,04h) min = 0; max = 127;
          MASTER_FXB_SEND_FXA id = 516 (04h,04h) min = 0; max = 127;
          MASTER_FX_A_MIX_SEND 1 id = 517 (05h,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_A_MIX_SEND 2 id = 518 (06h,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_A_MIX_SEND 3 id = 519 (07h,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_B_ALGORITHM id = 520 (08h,04h) min = 1; max = 32;
          MASTER_FX_B_FEEDBACK id = 521 (09h,04h) min = 0; max = 127;
          MASTER_FX_B_LFO_RATE id = 522 (0Ah,04h) min = 0; max = 127;
          MASTER_FX_B_DELAY id = 523 (0Bh,04h) min = 0; max = 127;
          MASTER_FX_B_MIX_SEND 1 id = 524 (0Ch,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_B_MIX_SEND 2 id = 525 (0Dh,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_B_MIX_SEND 3 id = 526 (0Eh,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_A_MIX_SEND 4 id = 527 (0Fh,04h) min = 0; max = 100;
          MASTER_FX_B_MIX_SEND 4 id = 528 (10h,04h) min = 0; max = 100;


          --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, "steve_the_composer" <smw-mail@...> wrote:
          >
          > If you are looking for a way to have CCs change FX settings other than the send amounts, I don't think that is possible. It might be possible with sysex; check out the sysex manual to see if the FX parameters are listed. (I will look myself when I have a chance.)
          >
          > I have used !FX presets on a designated FX channel to switch FXA/FXB settings.
          >
          > Steve
          >
          >
          > --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, "ackack1020" <sackley85@> wrote:
          > >
          > > Set this up as well. Definitely fun for live tweaking. Does anyone know of a way to control the effects settings (feedback, etc...)? Is that possible on the CS?
          > >
          > > Easy.
          > >
          > > Scott
          >
        • steve_the_composer
          Here s the FX table from the sysex manual (v. 2.2) for presets. I am not sure what happens to the audio if these parameters are changed on the fly. (The table
          Message 4 of 10 , Aug 3, 2012
            Here's the FX table from the sysex manual (v. 2.2) for presets. I am not sure what happens to the audio if these parameters are changed on the fly. (The table in the sysex manual is prettier; Yahoo Groups messages don't do tables well.)
            Steve

            Parameters ID
            (RESERVED) id = 1152 (00h,09h)
            PRESET_FX_A_ALGORITHM id = 1153 (01h,09h) min = 0; max = 44;
            (0 = Master)
            PRESET_FX_A_DECAY id = 1154 (02h,09h) min = 0; max = 90;
            PRESET_FX_A_HFDAMP id = 1155 (03h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
            PRESET_FX_A>B id = 1156 (04h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
            PRESET_FX_A_MIX_MAIN id = 1157 (05h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB1 id = 1158 (06h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB2 id = 1159 (07h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_B_ALGORITHM id = 1160 (08h,09h) min = 0; max = 32;
            (0 = Master)
            PRESET_FX_B_FEEDBACK id = 1161 (09h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
            PRESET_FX_B_LFO_RATE id = 1162 (0Ah,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
            PRESET_FX_B_DELAY id = 1163 (0Bh,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
            PRESET_FX_B_MIX_MAIN id = 1164 (0Ch,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB1 id = 1165 (0Dh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB2 id = 1166 (0Eh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB3 id = 1167 (0Fh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
            PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB4 id = 1168 (10h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
          • ackack1020
            Cheers Steve! So the CS can t send sysex info from it s own knobs? I get midi data flow I just haven t delved into sysex as of yet. I have a BCR laying unused,
            Message 5 of 10 , Aug 14, 2012
              Cheers Steve!

              So the CS can't send sysex info from it's own knobs? I get midi data flow I just haven't delved into sysex as of yet. I have a BCR laying unused, maybe this will be something to figure out with it...

              You're a boss!

              --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, "steve_the_composer" <smw-mail@...> wrote:
              >
              > Here's the FX table from the sysex manual (v. 2.2) for presets. I am not sure what happens to the audio if these parameters are changed on the fly. (The table in the sysex manual is prettier; Yahoo Groups messages don't do tables well.)
              > Steve
              >
              > Parameters ID
              > (RESERVED) id = 1152 (00h,09h)
              > PRESET_FX_A_ALGORITHM id = 1153 (01h,09h) min = 0; max = 44;
              > (0 = Master)
              > PRESET_FX_A_DECAY id = 1154 (02h,09h) min = 0; max = 90;
              > PRESET_FX_A_HFDAMP id = 1155 (03h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
              > PRESET_FX_A>B id = 1156 (04h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
              > PRESET_FX_A_MIX_MAIN id = 1157 (05h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB1 id = 1158 (06h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB2 id = 1159 (07h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_B_ALGORITHM id = 1160 (08h,09h) min = 0; max = 32;
              > (0 = Master)
              > PRESET_FX_B_FEEDBACK id = 1161 (09h,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
              > PRESET_FX_B_LFO_RATE id = 1162 (0Ah,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
              > PRESET_FX_B_DELAY id = 1163 (0Bh,09h) min = 0; max = 127;
              > PRESET_FX_B_MIX_MAIN id = 1164 (0Ch,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB1 id = 1165 (0Dh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB2 id = 1166 (0Eh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_A_MIX_SUB3 id = 1167 (0Fh,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              > PRESET_FX_B_MIX_SUB4 id = 1168 (10h,09h) min = 0; max = 100;
              >
            • steve_the_composer
              I have heard good things about the BCR and the BCF--super nice that it has the ability to send sysex. I am not sure if it was here or in the P2K User Group (or
              Message 6 of 10 , Aug 16, 2012
                I have heard good things about the BCR and the BCF--super nice that it has the ability to send sysex. I am not sure if it was here or in the P2K User Group (or both), but people have discussed using these with their E-Mus. If I recall correctly, there is even some third party software available. If I run across the references, I will post them.

                Steve

                --- In xl7@yahoogroups.com, "ackack1020" <sackley85@...> wrote:
                >
                > Cheers Steve!
                >
                > So the CS can't send sysex info from it's own knobs? I get midi data flow I just haven't delved into sysex as of yet. I have a BCR laying unused, maybe this will be something to figure out with it...
              Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.