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Elektron MachineDrum and Logic Midi CCs


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Hi all, I'm trying to run a sequence off of my DAW to control my MachineDdrum. I currently have one midi track that has an entire drum sequence, including 6 different drums. I'd like to issue some program changes to specific drums contained within this one midi track to alter things like pitch, decay, etc, for the specific drums.

 

However, I can't quite figure out how to send that type of message from within Logic. The MachineDrums user manual lists out "hex" and "dec" numbers that correspond to each machine parameter, but I can't find anything relating to 'hex' or 'dec within logic 9. When creating a new program change in logic, I only see 'position', 'status', 'ch', 'num', 'val', and 'length'. On top of that, the program change that I create doesn't seem to have a way of differentiating between each of the 6 drums contained within the one midi track.

 

Does anyone have an idea how I can just issue program changes on singular notes within one midi region and also how to adjust 'hex' and 'dec' values so that I can locate specific machinedrum parameters?

 

thanks a lot for your help

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Hi all, I'm trying to run a sequence off of my DAW to control my MachineDdrum. I currently have one midi track that has an entire drum sequence, including 6 different drums. I'd like to issue some program changes to specific drums contained within this one midi track to alter things like pitch, decay, etc, for the specific drums.

 

Does each drum react to a different MIDI channel?

Or is the whole kit (all drums) on one MIDI channel?

 

However, I can't quite figure out how to send that type of message from within Logic. The MachineDrums user manual lists out "hex" and "dec" numbers that correspond to each machine parameter, but I can't find anything relating to 'hex' or 'dec within logic 9. When creating a new program change in logic, I only see 'position', 'status', 'ch', 'num', 'val', and 'length'. On top of that, the program change that I create doesn't seem to have a way of differentiating between each of the 6 drums contained within the one midi track.

 

You can insert and edit program changes into a MIDI region just like any other MIDI event, probably easiest to use the list editor, and click on the program change button with the pencil tool.

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