Outof Posted April 17, 2017 Share Posted April 17, 2017 My relationship to MIDI is that I usually get it to work as communication between my synths and computer (I/O), and that's really it. It simply works every time I turn it on. But, I really could wish I understood more, and have tried many times to read a lot without understand much about bits and bytes and more that is to it. Now I am wondering how I could let my Logic Pro X change the voice banks on my hardware synths, not only single voices. For example I am trying to program my Logic to change Yamaha W7 voice from let say G-01 (general midi piano), to for example P1-01 voice. I mean, the voice itself is not important here, but how to let midi in Logic change between different banks? I really love to reuse my dusted W7 or EX5 synths, but I am having problems to set it up right. I have most song on discs, and to get it over to my Logic would make it much easier. If you see the screenprint, I have succeeded in making 3 different sound on the 3 first channels (voice 10, 20 and 30) - but unfortunately only with the same GM voices/bank. I use most Internal or Preset voices. Some ideas? How much MIDI information do I need to set up/program, for the synths to communicate properly trough MIDI? I am not really a newbie to MIDI, but there are some knowledge missing. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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