doepfer pocketcontrol ownersmanual

doepfer pocketcontrol ownersmanual
DOEPFER
DOEPFER
pocketC
MIDI Controller
pocket C ontrol
Owners Manual
Written by Andy Horrell
(C) 2000
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Notes
Doepfer pocket Control
Contents
Contents ............................................................................... 2
Foreword .............................................................................. 3
Connections ......................................................................... 4
Functions of the LED ........................................................... 4
Functions of the Snapshot switch .......................................... 5
Functions of the DIP switches on the rear panel ................... 6
List of the Presets .................................................................. 7
Description of the Presets ...................................................... 9
Troubleshooting .................................................................... 18
Creating your own Presets ..................................................... 19
System Exclusive Format ....................................................... 20
All trademarks recognized as belonging to their respective owners.
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3A
3B
3C
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4B
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5A
5B
5C
5D
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5F
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7E
7F
NRPN102 MSB
NRPN102 LSB
NRPN120 MSB
[EMU ABS]
NRPN120 LSB
[EMU ABS]
NRPN127 MSB
[Soundblaster AWE 32/64]
NRPN127 LSB
[Soundblaster AWE 32/64]
free
free
XG Drum Pitch Coarse
XG Drum Pitch Fine
XG Drum Level
XG Drum Alternate Group
XG Drum Pan
XG Drum Reverb Send
XG Drum Chorus Send
XG Drum Variation Send
XG Drum Key Assign
XG Drum Receive Note Off
XG Drum Receive Note On
XG Drum Filter Cutoff Frequency
XG Drum Filter Resonance
XG Drum EG Attack Rate
XG Drum EG Decay 1 Rate
XG Drum EG Deacy 2 Rate
XG Multipart
XG A/D
XG Effect
XG Effect 2-byte
XG Reverb Type
XG Chorus Type
XG Variation Type
XG EQ
XG Insertion Effect 1
XG Insertion Effect 2
XG Insertion Effect 1Type
XG Insertion Effect 2 Type
free
free
free
free
GS Effect
MC303 Global
MC303 Channel
free
Strings
free
. Parameter 2 values between 101 and 126 are not defined
. (Reserved for future expansion)
free
No Event
FORWARD
How long have you wanted to:
Control your (software) synthesizer without having to use virtual faders,
and having to look at a computer screen and use a mouse?
Use the full capability of your computer’s built-in soundcard?
Have realtime control for synths that have limited or no realtime controls
Could the control possibilities of your master keyboard be improved? Now it’s time to discover
new uses for real time control by using the Doepfer Pocket Control.
The Pocket Control
The Pocket Control (referred to as the pocketC) is a device, that everyone could
use, such as for the computer in the studio or for live use in professional and semi-professional
situations.
What can the pocketC do?
Parameter 3:
Range 00 ~ 7F
The meaning of parameter 3 depends on what parameter 2 is set to.
The pocketC can assign each of the 16 control knobs to individual Midi events.
This Midi event controlled can be selected from a list of preset options (giving over 16,000
different event combinations), such as controllers, mono & poly aftertouch, pitch bend, RPN/
NRPN, XG-SysEx, GS/XG controller, program change and even note on/off events. These
events can be from any of the 16 Midi channels, or the master channel (which allows easy
selection of the controlling MIDI channel). The permutation of possibilities is therefore up to
17 (channel options) * 16,000 (event combinations), which is over 250,000 possible
combinations! The system is also ready to take even further SysEx messages and data formats in
future updates.
The low cost of the pocketC allows for applications where multiple pocketC’s can be used
chained together.
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Parameter 2: Event Definition
Connections
The pocketC does not have a built in power supply (not enough room left inside!),
but uses an external adaptor which can be from 7v to 12v and at least 100mA. The
connection polarity is positive inner. Although the pocketC has a built in protection
diode for protection against incorrect polarity, the pocketC can still be damaged by
using an incorrect adaptor, so only use an approved adaptor and avoid using multipolarity type adaptors with voltage level and polarity switching, as inadvertant settings
can cause problems.
Connect the MIDI out of the controlling keyboard to the MIDI IN of the
pocketC. The MIDI input also allows control of the pocketC, such as with program
changes to select presets, and to receive it’s own Sys-Ex messages for setting up the
128 preset memories (held in non-volatile memory).
Connect the MIDI OUT of the pocketC to the sequencer (computer) or sound
generator MIDI in. The pocketC merges the incoming data with it’s own data, so the
MIDI OUT is a data merge of MIDI in and data generated by the pocketC. There is
no use for a separate MIDI thru with this type of device. Note that if extremely large
Sys-Ex dumps are passed through the pocketC then it is advisable not to move any
pocketC knobs whilst this transmission is taking place, as the merge abilities of the
pocketC were not intended to work whilst this kind of intense transmission is taking
place.
If multiple pocketC’s are being used then the MIDI connections can be chained
together so that all the pocketC’s produce one composite data from the last MIDI out in the
chain.
Functions of the LED
The LED indicates the status of the pocketC in various modes. For example,
under normal operation the LED indicates MIDI input activity, and also MIDI out
activity when moving the control knobs on the pocketC. The LED also indicates:pocketControl
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Decimal
0
1
2
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Hex
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
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1A
1B
1C
1D
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2A
2B
2C
2D
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2F
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37
Definition
Controller
Pitch Bend
Mono Aftertouch
Program Change
Poly Aftertouch
Note On
Note Off
free
RPN0 MSB
RPN0 LSB
RPN1 MSB
RPN1 MSB
free
free
RPN127 MSB
RPN127 LSB
NRPN0 MSB
NRPN0 LSB
NRPN1 MSB
NRPN1 LSB
NRPN8 MSB
NRPN8 LSB
NRPN9 MSB
NRPN9 LSB
NRPN10 MSB
NRPN10 LSB
NRPN20 MSB
NRPN20 LSB
NRPN21 MSB
NRPN21 LSB
NRPN22 MSB
NRPN22 LSB
NRPN23 MSB
NRPN23 LSB
NRPN24 MSB
NRPN24 LSB
NRPN25 MSB
NRPN25 LSB
NRPN26 MSB
NRPN26 LSB
NRPN28 MSB
NRPN28 LSB
NRPN29 MSB
NRPN29 LSB
NRPN30 MSB
NRPN30 LSB
NRPN31 MSB
NRPN31 LSB
NRPN32 MSB
NRPN32 LSB
NRPN33 MSB
NRPN33 LSB
NRPN99 MSB
NRPN99 LSB
NRPN100 MSB
NRPN100 LSB
[XG Multi / GS]
[XG Multi / GS]
[XG Drum Instrument Cutoff ]
[XG Drum Instruemnt Cutoff ]
[XG Drum Instrument Resonance]
[XG Drum Instrument Resonance]
[XG Drum Instrument EG Attack]
[XG Drum Instrument EG Attack]
[XG Drum Instrument EG Decay]
[XG Drum Instrument EG Decay]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse]
[XG Drum Instrument Pitch Fine]
[XG Drum Instrument Pitch Fine]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Level]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Level]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Pan]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Pan]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Reverb Send]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Reverb Send]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Chorus Send]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Chorus Send]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Variation Send]
[XG/GS Drum Instrument Variation Send]
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The Sys-Ex data can be broken down into sections, the first part is the Sys-Ex format for the
pocketC Single Dump, which is (numbers in Hex):
F0 00 20 20 14 00 20 preset
F0
00
20
20
14
00
20
00 ~ 7F
00
00 ~ 10
00 ~ 7F
00 ~ 7F
F7
channel (16 bytes) data (32 bytes) F7
Sys-Ex byte
European Sub ID
Doepfer Sub ID 1
Doepfer Sub ID 2
Device “pocketC”
reserved
Command Byte “Single Dump”
Preset Number
reserved
Parameter 1. There are 16 data bytes setting the MIDI channel of each
knob, a setting of 0 sets the knob to the Master Channel.
Parameter 2. There are 16 data bytes setting the event type for each knob,
a setting of 7F defines “No Event” to the knob.
Parameter 3. There are 16 data bytes setting the additioanl event data for
each knob. The definition of parameter 3 depends on what parameter 2 is
set to.
EOX (End of System Exclusive)
The data that must follow is the Single Store message which is:
F0 00 20 20 14 00 30 F7
F0
00
20
20
14
00
30
00 ~ 7F
00
F7
Sys-Ex byte
European Sub ID
Doepfer Sub ID 1
Doepfer Sub ID 2
Device “pocketC”
reserved
Command Byte “Single Store”
Preset Number (Must be the same as in the first message above)
reserved
EOX (End of System Exclusive)
Parameter Tables
Parameter 1: MIDI Channel
00
Master Channel
01 ~ 10
MIDI Channels 1 ~ 16
11 ~ 7F
values undefined (decimal values 17 - 127)
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Power on reset - the LED will stay lit for around one second when the power is
first applied to the pocketC.
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Any error at the MIDI input
Data and status when setting the Master channel
The status of the Snapshot function
Indication that a preset has been changed
Functions of the “Snapshot” front panel switch
The front panel switch labelled “Snapshot” has various functions:
a)
b)
c)
to send a Snapshot of all the panel control knob settings
for setting the master MIDI channel
to reset the pocketC after a MIDI overflow at the MIDI in
To Send a snapshot
The snapshot function is not achieved by just pressing the snapshot switch, as
this could be accidentally pressed too easily. So to activate the Snapshot function, first briefly
press the Snapshot switch once, this causes the LED to flash, the Snapshot switch needs to be
pressed again within at least one second (whilst the LED is still flashing). This then invokes the
snapshot function, and the data from all 16 control knobs is transmitted from the pocketC.
To Set the Master Channel
The Master channel is used to select which channel the pocketC will transmit on
when using relevant presets. Some presets (such as the MIDI volume - preset 0) has each knob
on a different channel, whilst other presets have all knobs on the same channel, it is on these
presets that the Master channel is used. The Master channel is also the channel which the pocketC
will receive program change data on.
To set the Master channel, hold the snapshot switch down for at least one second
and keep it held down, the LED then stays on to indicate Master channel setting mode (do not
let go of the button until the required value has been selected). In this mode the control knobs
become channel selectors, and do not transmit the normal control data. To select a channel,
simply move one of the control knobs that relates to the channel required (to set channel 5,
move control knob 5). If you accidentally move the wrong knob, just move the correct one, as it
is the last knob moved that determines the actual Master channel set.
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To clear an error
Creating your own presets
To clear any MIDI input error such as a MIDI overflow (too much data in one
go), press the snapshot switch briefly once (do not press it again until at least one second has
passed, or this would enter the snapshot mode).
New presets can be created or present ones can be altered, though it is recommended to dump
all new presets into locations 65 ~ 127.
Every knob of the pocketC can be assigned with three 7-bit parameters (between 0 and 127),
these parameters define the MIDI event transmitted by the knobs. Each preset can be dumped
into the pocketC by a System Exclusive message. This is a two stage process, first the data is sent
to the pocketC (Single Dump) and then a second message stores the data into non-volatile
memory (Single Store). The data is only stored if the preset number is the same in both the
Single Dump and Single Store messages are the same.
Functions of the DIP switches (rear panel)
The eight rear panel DIP switches select settings of the pocketC, the settings can
be looked upon as a binary number where each switch can be either on or off, this
allows up to 256 functions to be selected from the eight DIP switches. The switch
is referred to ON or 1, when set towards the top panel, and referred to OFF or 0
when set towards the bottom panel.
Only seven of the switches are used to select one of the 128 presets. The eighth
switch is not used at present and has no functions, but it is good practice to leave it in the OFF
position, as a future update may make use of this switch position. The switches are numbered
one to eight on the switch block itself, when relating the switch positions to a binary number,
then the least significant bit is towards the middle of the pocketC and numbered 1 on the
switch. It is switch number 8 that is not used.
The factory shipped default setting is Preset number 0, which is all switches off
(towards bottom) which is defined as MIDI Volume across all MIDI channels.
The following listing, lists all the 64 presets that are shipped in the pocketC, note
that the switch settings are shown with the least significant bit to the right (as would normally be
shown with a binary number), so note the switch numbering which is eight to the left and one
to the right, this relates to the switch position when looking at the rear panel of the pocketC. If
holding the pocketC, you tip the unit up at the back to look into the DIP switches that way, you
will be looking at the DIP switches the other way with one to the left and eight to the right,
when doing this remember that the switch order will be the reverse. The following list of presets
shows the switch position split into two groups of four, as this should help reading the switch
code.
Parameter 1:
This first parameter defines the MIDI channel that the event will be transmitted on (values 1 ~
16), or if the event will use the Master Channel (value set to 0).
Parameter 2:
The second parameter describes the type of event. The pocketC does not allow you to program
any MIDI string, but uses one of it’s 128 preset events (which is the number set with parameter
2). This list of events include controllers, pitch bend, mono & poly aftertouch, note on, note
off, RPN’s and many NRPN’s along with some more complex Sys-Ex strings for controlling
Roland GS and Yamaha XG instruments.
Parameter 3:
The third parameter is an extension of parameter 2, many events need two values to determine
the event, for example, if a value of 00 is set in parameter 2 (which is controller) then parameter
3 sets the controller number (perhaps a value of 7 to define Volume events).
The Sys-Ex message can be generated within a sequencer program (it is best to use Hex if
possible), or the default file Pc_xxx.mid on the enclosed disk can be used as a basis for editing.
This default file contains the following message (Hex):
F0 00 20 20 14 00 20 00 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 0A 0B 0C 0D 0E 0F
10 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07
07 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 F7
F0 00 20 20 14 00 30 00 00 F7
The first message is the Single Dump and the second message is the Single Store. Please note,
that this default is about to overwrite preset number 00, shown in bold above as the eighth data
byte. It is an idea to experiment with preset 127 (set the data to Hex 7F), but don’t forget to
change the value in both strings. The function of this default dump is to set the knobs to MIDI
volume on their own channels - this is actually the preset data in preset 00 anyway.
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Preset 64
Yamaha 01V
[Control]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Stereo In Level
Stereo Out Level
Stereo Out Balance
Stereo Out 2 Cue
Stereo In to Cue
Send 4 Level
Send 3 Level
Internal FX 1 Type
Send 3 to Cue
Send 4 to Cue
Send 3/4 Balance
FX Return 1 Level
FX Return 2 Level
FX Return 1 to Cue
FX Return 2 to Cue
Internal FX 2 Type
Controller 16
Controller 21
Controller 67
Controller 82
Controller 75
Controller 20
Controller 19
Controller 20 (?)
Controller 80
Controller 81
Controller 66
Controller 17
Controller 18
Controller 78
Controller 79
Controller 21 (?)
(Master Channel)
Presets 65 ~ 128 are undefined, though as new presets are created, they can be loaded into the pocketC by a Sys-Ex
MIDI file. The enclosed disk includes new presets, with details in the README.TXT file .
Troubleshooting
There will be times when the pocketC does not seem to be working as expected, before suspecting
a faulty pocketC, the checklist below should help resolve the problem.
•
Is the pocketC powered up correctly? There is no actual power indicator on the pocketC,
but the LED is always active. Moving a knob will flash the LED (the LED does not flash if the
knob has not been assigned a function), or briefly pressing the Snapshot switch will cause the
LED to flash for around a second as the pocketC resets.
•
Is the pocketC set to the correct preset? Maybe one of the dip switches has moved
accidentally or a MIDI program change has set a new preset up. Check the dip switch settings.
•
Is the pocketC set to the correct MIDI channel? Many presets make use of the Master
Channel, there is no way of checking what the Master Channel is set to (other than monitoring
the transmitted data), so the best procedure here is to set the Master Channel again to double
check it is correct. Hold the Snapshot switch down for at least a second, and whilst keeping it
down move the relevant knob that corresponds to the required MIDI channel. Make sure you
do not move another knob after this before releasing the Snapshot switch, as it is the last knob
moved that sets the Master Channel.
•
Problems with Sys-Ex transfers? Remember that the pocketC always merges it’s own data
with MIDI input data, this can cause a MIDI loop when receiving Sys-Ex, therefore you may
find it best to disconnect the MIDI out of the pocketC when sending it Sys-Ex messages, or at
least make sure the transmitting device is not MIDI thru enabled.
•
You cannot get the pocketC to make the Coffee. Er ... no, the pocketC actually cannot
do this unless you have a MIDI controlled kettle...
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List of presets 1 ~ 64
Switch Pos.
8765 4321
Preset
Number
0000 0000
0000 0001
0000 0010
0000 0011
0000 0100
0000 0101
0000 0110
0000 0111
0000 1000
0000 1001
0000 1010
0000 1011
0000 1100
0000 1101
0000 1110
0000 1111
0001 0000
0001 0001
0001 0010
0001 0011
0001 0100
0001 0101
0001 0110
0001 0111
0001 1000
0001 1001
0001 1010
0001 1011
0001 1100
0001 1101
0001 1110
0001 1111
0010 0000
0010 0001
0010 0010
0010 0011
0010 0100
0010 0101
0010 0110
0010 0111
0010 1000
Preset 0
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 4
Preset 5
Preset 6
Preset 7
Preset 8
Preset 9
Preset 10
Preset 11
Preset 12
Preset 13
Preset 14
Preset 15
Preset 16
Preset 17
Preset 18
Preset 19
Preset 20
Preset 21
Preset 22
Preset 23
Preset 24
Preset 25
Preset 26
Preset 27
Preset 28
Preset 29
Preset 30
Preset 31
Preset 32
Preset 33
Preset 34
Preset 35
Preset 36
Preset 37
Preset 38
Preset 39
Preset 40
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Description
Volume (control 7)
Pan (control 10)
Filter Cutoff (control 74)
Resonance (control 71)
Volume (control 7) /Pan (control 10)
Volume (control 7) /Pan (control 10)
Filter Cutoff (control 74) /Resonance (control 71)
Filter Cutoff (control 74) /Resonance (control 71)
Control 0 - 15
Control 16 - 31
Control 32 - 47
Control 48 - 63
Control 64 - 79
Control 80 - 95
Control 96 - 111
Control 112 - 127
GS/XG General controls
AWE/SB 1 (Filter, LFO2, ENV1)
AWE/SB 2 (LFO1, ENV 1)
AWE/SB 3 (LFO2, ENV 2)
AWE/SB 4 (Tuning, Modulation)
AWE/SB 5 (Filter, Effects, Portamento, Aftertouch)
GS/XG Drum Pitch
GS/XG Drum Level
GS/XG Drum Pan
GS/XG Drum Reverb Levels
GS/XG Drum Chorus Levels
GS/XG Drum Delay/Variation Levels
XG Drum Filter Cutoff
XG Drum Filter Resonance
XG Drum Envelope Attack
XG Drum Envelope Decay
XG Multi-Part Level
XG Multi-Part Pan
XG Multi-Part Reverb Send
XG Multi-Part Chorus Send
XG Multi-Part Dry Level
XG Multi-Part Variation Level
XG Low EQ Gain
XG Low EQ Frequency
XG High EQ Gain
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Channel
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 8
Channels 9 - 16
Channels 1 - 8
Channels 9 - 16
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
Channels 1 - 16
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00101001
00101010
00101011
00101100
00101101
00101110
00101111
00110000
00110001
00110010
00110011
00110100
00110101
00110110
00110111
00111000
00111001
00111010
00111011
00111100
00111101
00111110
00111111
01000000
Preset 41
Preset 42
Preset 43
Preset 44
Preset 45
Preset 46
Preset 47
Preset 48
Preset 49
Preset 50
Preset 51
Preset 52
Preset 53
Preset 54
Preset 55
Preset 56
Preset 57
Preset 58
Preset 59
Preset 60
Preset 61
Preset 62
Preset 63
Preset 64
XG High EQ Frequency
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Level
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Pan
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Reverb Send
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Chorus Send
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Variation Send
XG A/D 1&2, W1-12 Dry Level
XG EQ
XG Reverb Parameters
XG Chorus Parameters
XG Variation Effect Parameters
XG Insert Effect 1 Parameters
XG Insert Effect 2 Parameters
XG Insertion 2
GS Reverb/Chorus
General Reset Strings
Rebirth Controls
Yamaha CS1X Controls
Waldorf Pulse Controls
Ensoniq ASR-X controls
Doepfer MAQ 16/3 Control 1
Doepfer MAQ 16/3 Control 2
Kawai K5000 Macro Control Box (MCB10)
Yamaha 01v Control
Channels 1 - 16
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Masterchannel
Presets 00 to 64 are available on the supplied disk for dumping into the pocketC
by system exclusive (in SMF format), this allows the presets to be returned to their factory
shipped state should they get accidentally altered. Presets 65 to 127 are left blank for your own
custom requirements, though the supplied disk may contain additional presets. The
“README.TXT” file gives further information and descriptions of these presets. New presets
will be developed, and these will become available free on the Doepfer web site at:-
www.doepfer.de
Preset 61
Doepfer MAQ16/3 1
[Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Velocity Row 1
Velocity Row 2
Velocity Row 3
Gate Time Row 1
Gate Time Row 2
Gate Time Row 3
Program Change Row 3
Tempo
Step Position Row 1
Step Position Row 2
Step Position Row 3
Note Time Row 1
Note Time Row 2
Note Time Row 3
Program Change Row 1
Program Change Row 2
[Controller 0]
[Controller 1]
[Controller 2]
[Controller 7]
[Controller 8]
[Controller 9]
[Controller 30]
[Controller 3]
[Controller 4]
[Controller 5]
[Controller 6]
[Controller 10]
[Controller 11]
[Controller 12]
[Controller 28]
[Controller 29]
Preset 62
Doepfer MAQ16/3 2
[Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
First Step Row 1
First Step Row 2
First Step Row 3
Run Mode Row 1
Run Mode Row 2
Run Mode Row 3
Program Change Row 3
Tempo
Last Step Row 1
Last Step Row 2
Last Step Row 3
Midi-Channel Row 1
Midi-Channel Row 2
Midi-Channel Row 3
Program Change Row 1
Program Change Row 2
[Controller 13]
[Controller 14]
[Controller 15]
[Controller 19]
[Controller 20]
[Controller 21]
[Controller 30]
[Controller 3]
[Controller 16]
[Controller 17]
[Controller 18]
[Controller 22]
[Controller 23]
[Controller 24]
[Controller 28]
[Controller 29]
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
Presets 62 ~ 63 provide the MAQ16/3 with advanced realtime control with features that may not have been apparent
that the MAQ16/3 could do. Converts an MAQ16/3 into a Super MAQ 16/3 !
Preset 63
Kawai K5000 (MCB10)
[Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff
Filter Resonance
Formant Filter Speed
Formant Filter Depth
Formant Filter Bias
Envelope Attack
Envelope Decay
Envelope Release
Harmonics Low
Harmonics High
Even / Odd Harmonics Balance
Velocity Depth
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
[Controller 74]
[Controller 77]
[Controller 19]
[Controller 75]
[Controller 18]
[Controller 73]
[Controller 78]
[Controller 72]
[Controller 16]
[Controller 17]
[Controller 71]
[Controller 76]
[Controller 80]
[Controller 81]
[Controller 82]
[Controller 83]
(Master Channel)
Preset 63 emulates every function of the Kawai MCB10 Macro Control Box designed for the K5000 range.
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Preset 58
Yamaha CS1X control
[NRPN / Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff
Filter Resonance
Vibrato Rate
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
Envelope Attack
Amplitude Envelope Decay
Envelope Release
Pitch Bend
Knob 3 Parameter
Knob 6 Parameter
Reverb Send
Chorus Send
Delay/Variation Send
Pan
Volume
[Controller 74]
[Controller 71]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Controller 73]
[NRPN]
[Controller 72]
[Pitch Bend]
[Controller 17]
[Controller 18]
[Controller 91]
[Controller 93]
[Controller 94]
[Controller 10]
[Controller 7]
Preset 59
Waldorf Pulse Control
[Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff
Filter Resonance
Filter Cutoff Keytrack
Envelope 1 Sensitivity
Envelope 1 Attack
Envelope 1 Decay
Envelope 1 Sustain
Envelope 1 Release
LFO 1 Speed
LFO 2 Speed
VCF Modulation Amount
Portamento Time
Envelope 2 Attack
Envelope 2 Decay
Envelope 2 Sustain
Envelope 2 Release
[Controller 50]
[Controller 56]
[Controller 51]
[Controller 52]
[Controller 14]
[Controller 15]
[Controller 16]
[Controller 17]
[Controller 24]
[Controller 26]
[Controller 25]
[Controller 5]
[Controller 18]
[Controller 19]
[Controller 20]
[Controller 21]
Preset 60
Ensoniq ASR-X
[NRPN / Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff
Filter Resonance
Vibrato Rate
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
Filter Envelope Attack
Filter Envelope Decay
Filter Envelope Release
Pitch Bend
Modulation
Envelope Attack
Envelope Decay
Envelope Release
Velocity Sensitivity
Portamento Time
Volume
[Controller 74]
[Controller 71]
[Controller 75]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Pitch Bend]
[Controller 1]
[Controller 73]
[Controller 76]
[Controller 72]
[NRPN]
[Controller 5]
[Controller 7]
(Master Channel)
Description of presets
Preset 0:
Preset 1:
Preset 2:
Preset 3:
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[controller 7]
[controller 10]
[controller 74]
[controller 71]
(Channels 1-16)
(Channels 1-16)
(Channels 1-16)
(Channels 1-16)
Presets 0 ~ 3 use a single controller type, with each knob relating to it’s corresponding MIDI channel, this allows full
control of 16 parts within a multitimbral sound generator, or realtime mixing in sequencer automation.
Preset 4:
Preset 5:
Preset 6:
Preset 7:
(Master Channel)
Volume / Pan
Volume / Pan
Filter Cutoff / Resonance
Filter Cutoff / Resonance
[controller 7 / 10]
[controller 7 / 10]
[controller 74 / 71]
[controller 74/ / 71]
(Channels 1-8)
(Channels 9-16)
(Channels 1-8)
(Channels 9-16)
Presets 4 ~ 7 use two controllers, one across the top row of knobs and the other across the bottom row. With Preset 4, the
top row is MIDI controller 7 (Volume) with the MIDI channel corresponding to the knob number, whilst the lower
row is MIDI controller 10 (Pan) on the same channel as the knob above it, hence knob 9 is channel 1, knob 10 is
channel 2 etc. Preset 5 follows the same idea except the MIDI channel is channels 9 to 16, so the actual MIDI channel
relates to the lower knob numbers. Preset 6, again follows the same idea as Preset 4 except the top row is MIDI
controller 74 (Filter Cut off ) and the lower row is controller 71 (Filter Resonance), and finally Preset 7 is the same as
Preset 6 except the channels are 9-16.
Preset 8:
Preset 9:
Preset 10:
Preset 11:
Preset 12:
Preset 13:
Preset 14:
Preset 15:
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
general controllers
[controllers 0 - 15]
[controllers 16 - 31]
[controllers 32 - 47]
[controllers 48 - 63]
[controllers 64 - 79]
[controllers 80 - 95]
[controllers 96 - 111]
[controllers 112 - 127]
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
Presets 8 ~ 15 are general controller sets, which transmit on the Master Channel. Where the receiving MIDI device can
be programmed to any controller it can receive, these presets maybe the only presets needed, although preset 8 is
perhaps best avoided for general use as it includes controller 0 (could trigger MIDI program bank changes) and controller
1 which is the mod wheel, although of course there may be instances when MIDI controller 1 is required, such as adding
a modulation wheel function to a keyboard (such as a digital piano). Preset 12 also needs to be used with caution, as
controller 64 is defined as the sustain/damper pedal function, and most devices will always receive this controller as
Damper or Hold.
Preset 16:
pocketControl
Volume
Pan
Filter Cutoff
Filter resonance
(Master Channel)
[NRPN / controllers]
(Master channel)
Preset 16 has the top row of knobs transmitting relevant NRPN controller data for GS/XG instruments, and the lower
row is general controllers:Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
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GS / XG general controls
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Filter Cutoff
Filter Resonance
Vibrato Rate
Vibrato Depth
Vibrato Delay
EG- Attack
EG Decay
EG Release
Pitch Bend
Modulation
Portamento Time
Reverb Send Level
Chorus Send Level
Delay/Var Send Level
Pan
Volume
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[PitchBend]
[Controller 1]
[Controller 5]
[Controller 91]
[Controller 93]
[Controller 94]
[Controller 10]
[Controller 7]
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Preset 17:
Soundblaster AWE 32/64 1
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff Coarse
Filter Resonance Coarse
Vibrato Rate Coarse (LFO 2)
Vibrato Depth Coarse (LFO 2)
Vibrato Delay Coarse (LFO 2)
Envelope 1 Attack Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Decay Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Release Time Coarse
Filter Cutoff Fine
Filter Resonance Fine
Vibrato Rate Fine (LFO 2)
Vibrato Depth Fine (LFO 2)
Vibrato Delay Fine (LFO 2)
Envelope 1 Attack Time Fine
Envelope 1 Decay Time Fine
Envelope 1 Release Time Fine
Preset 18:
Soundblaster AWE 32/64 2
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
LFO 1 Delay Time Coarse
LFO 1 Frequency Coarse
Envelope 1 Delay Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Attack Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Hold Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Decay Time Coarse
Envelope 1 Sustain Level Coarse
Envelope 1 Release Time Coarse
LFO 1 Delay Time Fine
LFO 1 Frequency Fine
Envelope 1 Delay Time Fine
Envelope 1 Attack Time Fine
Envelope 1 Hold Time Fine
Envelope 1 Decay Time Fine
Envelope 1 Sustain Level Fine
Envelope 1 Release Time Fine
Preset 19:
Soundblaster AWE 32/64 3
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
LFO 2 Delay Coarse
LFO 2 Frequency Coarse
Envelope 2 Delay Time Coarse
Envelope 2 Attack Time Coarse
Envelope 2 Hold Time Coarse
Envelope 2 Decay Time Coarse
Envelope 2 Sustain Level Coarse
Envelope 2 Release Time Coarse
LFO 2 Delay Fine
LFO 2 Frequency Fine
Envelope 2 Delay Time Fine
Envelope 2 Attack Time Fine
Envelope 2 Hold Time Fine
Envelope 2 Decay Time Fine
Envelope 2 Sustain Time Fine
Envelope 2 Release Time Fine
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[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
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(Master channel)
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Preset 55
GS Reverb / Chorus
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Reverb Preset
Reverb Character
Reverb Low Pass Filter
Reverb Level
Reverb Time
Reverb Delay Feedback
Reverb to Chorus
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Chorus Preset
Chorus Low Pass Filter
Chorus Level
Chorus Feedback
Chorus Delay
Chorus Rate
Chorus Depth
Chorus to Reverb
Preset 56
General Control strings
[Sys-Ex / Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
GM Reset
GS Reset
XG Reset
All Sounds Off
All Controllers Reset
All Notes Off
Omni Off
Omni On
Mono On
Poly On
undefined
undefined
undefined
undefined
undefined
undefined
[Sys-Ex]
[Sys-Ex Roland]
[Sys-Ex Yamaha]
[Controller]
[Controller]
[Controller]
[Controller]
[Controller]
[Controller]
[Controller]
Preset 57
Rebirth Control
[Controller]
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Synth 1 Filter Cutoff
Synth 1 Filter Resonance
Synth 1 Envelope Mod
Synth 1 Decay
Synth 2 Filter Cutoff
Synth 2 Filter Resonance
Synth 2 Envelope Mod
Synth 2 Decay
Synth 1 Accent
Synth 2 Accent
Drum BD Tone
Drum BD Decay
Drum SD Snappy
Synth 1 Mix Level
Synth 2 Mix Level
Drum Mix Level
[Controller 25]
[Controller 26]
[Controller 27]
[Controller 28]
[Controller 32]
[Controller 33]
[Controller 34]
[Controller 35]
[Controller 29]
[Controller 36]
[Controller 39]
[Controller 40]
[Controller 43]
[Controller 11]
[Controller 14]
[Controller 17]
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[NRPN]
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(Master Channel)
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Preset 52:
XG Effects - Variation
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Variation Type
Variation Parameter 1
Variation Parameter 2
Variation Parameter 3
Variation Parameter 4
Variation Parameter 6
Variation Parameter 7
Variation Parameter 11
Variation Parameter 12
Variation Parameter 13
Variation Parameter 14
Variation Parameter 15
Variation Amount to Reverb
Variation Amount to Chorus
Variation Return
Variation Pan
Preset 53:
XG Effects - Insert effect 1
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Insert 1 Type
Insert 1 Parameter 1
Insert 1 Parameter 2
Insert 1 Parameter 3
Insert 1 Parameter 4
Insert 1 Parameter 5
Insert 1 Parameter 6
Insert 1 Parameter 7
Insert 1 Parameter 8
Insert 1 Parameter 9
Insert 1 Parameter 10
Insert 1 Parameter 11
Insert 1 Parameter 12
Insert 1 Parameter 13
Insert 1 Parameter 14
Insert 1 Parameter 15
Preset 54
XG Effects - Insert effect 2
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Insert 2 Type
Insert 2 Parameter 1
Insert 2 Parameter 2
Insert 2 Parameter 3
Insert 2 Parameter 4
Insert 2 Parameter 5
Insert 2 Parameter 6
Insert 2 Parameter 7
Insert 2 Parameter 8
Insert 2 Parameter 9
Insert 2 Parameter 10
Insert 2 Parameter 11
Insert 2 Parameter 12
Insert 2 Parameter 13
Insert 2 Parameter 14
Insert 2 Parameter 15
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[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
Preset 20:
Soundblaster AWE 32/64 4
[NRPN]
(Master channel)
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Master Tuning Coarse
LFO 1 to Pitch Coarse
LFO 2 to Pitch Coarse
Envelope 1 to Pitch Coarse
LFO 1 to Volume Coarse
LFO 1 to Filter Cutoff Coarse
Envelope 1 to Filter Cutoff Coarse
undefined
Master Tuning Fine
LFO 1 to Pitch Fine
LFO 2 to Pitch Fine
Envelope 1 to Pitch Fine
LFO 1 to Volume Fine
LFO 1 to Filter Cutoff Fine
Envelope 1 to Filter Cutoff Fine
undefined
Preset 21:
Soundblaster AWE 32/64 5
[NRPN / Controller]
(Master channel)
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Filter Cutoff Coarse
Filter Resonance Coarse
Modulation
Reverb Send Coarse
Chorus Send Coarse
Portamento
Balance
Expression
Filter Cutoff Coarse
Filter Resonance Coarse
Mono Aftertouch
Reverb Send Fine
Chorus Send Fine
Portamento Off/On
Pan
Volume
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Controller 1]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Controller 5]
[Controller 8]
[Controller 11]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Mono Aftertouch]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[Controller 65]
[Controller 10]
[Controller 7]
Presets 17 ~ 21 are specific NRPN controllers that control the specified functions on the Sound Blaster AWE 32/64
soundcards.
(Master Channel)
Preset 22:
Preset 23:
Preset 24:
Preset 25:
Preset 26:
Preset 27:
GS/XG Drum Pitch
GS/XG Drum Level
GS/XG Drum Pan
GS/XG Drum Reverb Send
GS/XG Drum Chorus Send
GS/XG Drum Delay/Var. Send
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
Presets 22 ~ 27 control the drum kit, which would normally require the master channel to be set to channel 10. The
knobs all relate to the same drums on these presets as shown below, with each preset controlling Pitch, Level, Pan,
Reverb Send, Chorus Send or Delay/Var. Send depending on the preset selected.
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
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Bass Drum
Snare Drum
Tom
Hi-Hat
Hand Clap
Rim Shot
Crash Cymbal
Ride Cymbal
Knob 9 Bongo
Knob 10 Conga
Knob 11 Timbale
Knob 12 Hi Q
Knob 13 Seq Click
Knob 14 Finger Snap
Knob 15 Click Noise
Knob 16 Tambourine
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Preset 28:
Preset 29:
Preset 30:
Preset 31:
XG Drum Filter Cut Off
XG Drum Filter Resonance
XG Drum Envelope Attack
XG Drum Envelope Decay
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
(Master channel)
Presets 28 ~ 31 control the drum kit, which would normally require the master channel to be set to channel 10. The
knobs all relate to the same drums on these presets as shown above, with each preset controlling Filter Cut Off, Filter
Resonance, Envelope Attack or Envelope Decay depending on the preset selected.
Preset 32:
Preset 33:
Preset 34:
Preset 35:
Preset 36:
Preset 37:
Preset 38:
Preset 39:
Preset 40:
Preset 41:
XG Multi-Part Volume Level
XG Multi-Part Pan
XG Multi-Part Reverb Send
XG Multi-Part Chorus Send
XG Multi-Part Dry Level
XG Multi-Part Variation Send
XG Multi-Part Low EQ Gain
XG Multi-Part Low EQ Frequency
XG Multi-Part High EQ Gain
XG Multi-Part High EQ Frequency
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
(Channels 1 -16)
Presets 32 ~ 41 control the XG parts, with each knob controlling the corresponding MIDI channel. Each preset controls
either Part volume, pan, reverb send, chorus send, dry level, variation effect send, low eq gain, low eq frequency, high eq
gain or high eq frequency.
Preset 42:
XG Multi-Part Effects
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
High EQ Frequency
Low EQ Frequency
Dry
undefined
undefined
undefined
undefined
Hi Eq Gain
Low Eq Gain
undefined
Reverb
Chorus
Variation
Pan
Level
[Sys-Ex]
(Master Channel)
Preset 42 offers general effects control for an XG instrument.
Preset 43:
Preset 44:
Preset 45:
Preset 46:
Preset 47:
Preset 48:
XG A/D & Wave Level
XG A/D & Wave Pan
XG A/D & Wave Reverb Send
XG A/D & Wave Chorus Send
XG A/D & Wave Variation Send
XG A/D & Wave Dry Level
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
[NRPN]
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
(Master Channel)
Presets 43 ~ 48 control the A/D inputs 1 and 2 as well as the 12 wave channels on relevant Yamaha sound cards. These
relevant controls are shown below. Note that knobs 15 and 16 have no defined function for these presets.
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
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A/D Input 1
A/D Input 2
W1
W2
W3
W4
W5
Knob 8 W6
Knob 9 W7
Knob 10 W8
Knob 11 W9
Knob 12 W10
Knob 13 W11
Knob 14 W12
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Preset 49:
XG Effects - EQ
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
EQ Gain 1
EQ Frequency 1
EQ Q1
EQ Gain 2
EQ Frequency 2
EQ Q2
EQ Gain 5
EQ Frequency 5
EQ Gain 3
EQ Frequency 3
EQ Q3
EQ Gain 4
EQ Frequency 4
EQ Q4
EQ Q5
EQ Type
Preset 50:
XG Effects - Reverb
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Reverb Type
Reverb Parameter 1
Reverb Parameter 2
Reverb Parameter 3
Reverb Parameter 4
Reverb Parameter 5
Reverb Parameter 6
Reverb Parameter 7
Reverb Parameter 8
Reverb Parameter 9
Reverb Parameter 10
Reverb Parameter 11
Reverb Parameter 13
Reverb Parameter 15
Reverb Return
Reverb Pan
Preset 51:
XG Effects - Chorus
Knob 1
Knob 2
Knob 3
Knob 4
Knob 5
Knob 6
Knob 7
Knob 8
Knob 9
Knob 10
Knob 11
Knob 12
Knob 13
Knob 14
Knob 15
Knob 16
Chorus Type
Chorus Parameter 1
Chorus Parameter 2
Chorus Parameter 3
Chorus Parameter 4
Chorus Parameter 6
Chorus Parameter 7
Chorus Parameter 8
Chorus Parameter 9
Chorus Parameter 10
Chorus Parameter 11
Chorus Parameter 12
Chorus Parameter 13
Chorus Amount to Reverb
Chorus Return
Chorus Pan
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[NRPN]
(Master Channel)
[NRPN]
(Master Channel)
[NRPN]
(Master Channel)
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