Appendix H - UC-33 Preset Chart Introduction

Appendix H - UC-33 Preset Chart Introduction
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Appendix H - UC-33 Preset Chart
Factory preset
1 Cubase multi-channel mixing (1-8) - see page 28 for setup details
2 Native Instruments B4
3 Native Instruments Pro-53
4 Reason Mixer
5 Reason Malstrom
6 Reason Subtractor
7 Reason NN-19
8 Reason Dr. Rex
9 Reason ReDrum
10 Cubase multi-channel mixing (9-16) - see page 28 for setup details
11 Cubase channel strip - see page 29 for setup details
12 Sound Studio Pro II 1-8 mixer
13 Sound Studio Pro II 9-16 mixer
14 Sonar preset
15 Steinberg Model-E
16 Steinberg Halion
17 Waldorf Attack
18 Waldorf PPG Wave2V
19 Native Instruments FM7 - uc33.f7c file needed
20 Rebirth - Master controls and Synths
21 Rebirth drum Modules
22 AAS Lounge Lizard
23 CM DS-404
24 CM SR-202
25 CM 101
26 TC-Works Mercury-1
27 Big Tick Audio Rainbow Synth
28 GS/XG/GM2 Synth control
29 GS/XG drum mixer
30 SoundBlaster cards synth control
31 User preset1 Channel mixer (1-8)
32 User Preset2 Channel Mixer (9-16)
33 User Preset3 Undefined controllers to global channel
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Evolution U-Control: UC-33. You can use it to
control software on PCs and Macs, and to control external MIDI hardware like
synthesizers, sound modules, drum machines and samplers.
The UC-33 can control many different parameters. It sends MIDI Continuous Controller
data or CCs, RPN / NRPN data, MIDI Bank change LSB and MSB and Program Changes
on 16 different MIDI channels so you can easily control your studio using only the UC-33!
If you are using Sequencing Software and / or Virtual Instruments you may find one of the
UC-33’s preset memories ready to work straight out of the box with your program.
Controllers will be already assigned to the software you are using, or you can assign your
own then store your setup in any of the 33 memories.
Read on to find out just how versatile and easy it is to use your Evolution U-Control: UC33…
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Features List
Appendix G - General MIDI Reverb and Chorus
Types
Ports:
x x x MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
USB MIDI OUT/IN
x x Self powered through the USB port
DC IN for power from an external power supply if needed
Reverb Types
Power:
Controls:
x x x x 24 programmable rotary dials
9 full size programmable faders
14 programmable buttons
4 fast-access buttons for memory bank recall
Useful Features:
x All controls fully programmable to MIDI controller number
x All controls fully programmable to MIDI channel
x Drawbar mode for faders
x Ability to limit the range of each controller (the resolution of the controller will automatically adjust accordingly)
x 33 presets in 33 memory banks
MIDI Data:
x x x x x x 0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
8:
Small Room
Medium Room
Large Room
Medium Hall
Large Hall
Plate
Chorus Types
0:
1:
2:
3:
4:
5:
Chorus 1
Chorus 2
Chorus 3
Chorus 4
FB Chorus
Flanger
MIDI control number
RPN/NRPN
Note on/note off
Program, Bank LSB, Bank MSB presets
Pitch Bend
GM/GM2 SysEx Messages
Button Modes:
x Note on
x Note on/off Toggle
x MIDI CC Toggle
x Program, Bank LSB, Bank MSB presets
x MIDI Machine Control functions
x GM/GM2 controls
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62
63
64
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70
71
72
73
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75
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Controller 61
Controller 62
Controller 63
Sustain Pedal
Portamento
Sostenuto
Soft Pedal
Legato Pedal
Hold 2
Sound Variation
Resonance
Release Time
Attack Time
Cut-off Frequency
Controller 75
Controller 76
Controller 77
Controller 78
Controller 79
Gen Purpose 5
Gen Purpose 6
Gen Purpose 7
Gen Purpose 8
Portamento Control
Controller 85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
Controller 86
Controller 87
Controller 88
Controller 89
Controller 90
Reverb Depth
Tremelo Depth
Chorus Depth
Celeste (De-tune)
Phaser Depth
Data Increment
Data Decrement
Non-Reg Param LSB
Non-Reg Param MSB
Reg Param LSB
Reg Param MSB
Controller 102
Controller 103
Controller 104
Controller 105
Controller 106
Controller 107
Controller 108
Controller 109
Controller 110
Controller 111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
Controller 112
Controller 113
Controller 114
Controller 115
Controller 116
Controller 117
Controller 118
Controller 119
Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................1
Features List ..............................................................................................................2
Contents.....................................................................................................................3
1
Channel Mode Messages
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
All Sound off
Reset all Controllers
Local Control
All Notes Off
Omni Off
Omni On
Mono On (Poly Off)
Poly On (Mono Off)
1.1
2
3
NRPN
LSB
CC98
08
09
0A
20
21
63
64
66
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
Data
MSB
CC06
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
00-7F
Data
LSB
CC38
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (-64 - 0 - +63)
n/a (0 to Max) Drum
n/a (Random, L>C>R)
n/a (0 to Max) Drum
n/a (0 to Max) Drum
n/a (0 to Max) Drum
Pitch Bend sensitivity
Fine Tune
Coarse Tune
Channel Pressure
4
Vibrato Rate (relative change)
Vibrato Depth (relative change)
Vibrato Delay (relative change)
Filter Cutoff Freq. (relative change)
Filter Resonance (relative change)
EG (TVF&TVA) Attack Time (relative change)
EG (TVF&TVA) Decay Time (relative change)
EG (TVF&TVA) Release Time (relative change)
Drum Filter Cutoff Freq. (relative change)
Drum Filter Resonance (relative change)
Drum EG Attack Rate (relative change)
Drum EG Decay Rate (relative change)
Drum Instrument Pitch Coarse (relative change)
Drum Instrument Pitch Fine (relative change)
Instrument Level (absolute change)
Drum Instrument Panpot (absolute change)
Instrument Reverb Send Level (absolute change)
Instrument Chorus Send Level (absolute change)
Instrument Variation Send Level (absolute change)
Powering & Connecting U-Control ...............................................................7
Power & Connection via USB...................................................................7
Using an External Power Supply ..............................................................7
Installing U-Control Drivers...........................................................................8
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
Appendix F - Roland GS and Yamaha XG NRPN Support to Roland JV/XP
NRPN
MSB
CC99
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
01
*14
*15
*16
*17
18
*19
1A
1C
1D
1E
%1F
Terminology..............................................................................................7
2.1
2.2
Extra RPN Messages
128
129
130
131
U-Control Overview........................................................................................5
Driver Features.........................................................................................8
Multiple Clients (PC) ............................................................................8
Multiple Instances (PC)........................................................................8
PC Driver Installation................................................................................9
Windows 98 and 98 SE Installation .....................................................9
Windows ME Installation....................................................................10
Replacing Windows ME Drivers ........................................................10
Windows 2000 Installation .................................................................11
Replacing Windows 2000 Drivers......................................................11
Windows XP Installation ....................................................................12
Replacing the Default Windows XP Drivers.......................................12
Driver Re-Installation ..............................................................................14
Windows 98 / ME Un-install...............................................................14
Windows 2000 Uninstall ....................................................................14
Windows XP Uninstall........................................................................15
Mac USB Drivers Installation Guide .......................................................16
OS 9 Driver Installation......................................................................16
OS X Driver Installation .....................................................................17
Programming U-Control ..............................................................................18
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5
Assigning MIDI CC Numbers to the Controls .........................................18
Channel Assignment ..............................................................................18
Assigning the Global Transmit Channel.............................................18
Assigning an individual channel for a controller.................................18
A note about SysEx messages: .........................................................19
Memory & Presets..................................................................................19
Writing to Memory..............................................................................19
Recall of memory banks ....................................................................19
Non-Volatile Memory .........................................................................19
PROGRAM, DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons...................................20
PROGRAM Button.............................................................................20
DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons ..................................................21
Snap Shot...............................................................................................22
* = added by Yamaha XG; % changed from Delay to Variation by Yamaha XG
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4.7
4.7.1
4.8
4.9
5
Draw Bar Mode.......................................................................................22
Programming Assignable Buttons ..........................................................22
MMC messages.................................................................................23
Transmitting RPN/NRPN data ................................................................24
Resetting the UC-33 to the Factory default Settings...............................25
MIDI Note Numbers
Octave
Note Numbers
(n)
Cn
C#n Dn D#n En
0
1 2 3 4
-1
12
13 14 15 16
0
24
25 26 27 28
1
36
37 38 39 40
2
48
49 50 51 52
3
60
61 62 63 64
4
72
73 74 75 76
5
84
85 86 87 88
6
96
97 98 99 100
7
108
109 110 111 112
8
120
121 122 123 124
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Using the U-Control’s MIDI IN & MIDI OUT.................................................26
5.1
5.2
5.3
6
About the MIDI IN Port ...........................................................................26
About the MIDI OUT Port .......................................................................26
MIDI OUT from USB...............................................................................27
Uses of the UC-33.........................................................................................28
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.5.1
6.5.2
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Cubase VST/SL/SX and Nuendo............................................................28
Using U-Control for multichannel mixing............................................28
Using U-Control for Channel Strip control..........................................29
Evolution Sound Studio Pro II.................................................................29
Controlling Virtual Instruments ...............................................................30
Propellerhead Reason............................................................................30
Using the UC-33 away from a Computer................................................30
Example Uses (a) ..............................................................................31
Example Uses (b) ..............................................................................32
Fn
5
17
29
41
53
65
77
89
101
113
125
F#n Gn G#n An A#n
6 7 8 9 10
18 19 20 21 22
30 31 32 33 34
42 43 44 45 46
54 55 56 57 58
66 67 68 69 70
78 79 80 81 82
90 91 92 93 94
102 103 104 105 106
114 115 116 117 118
126 127
Bn
11
23
35
47
59
71
83
95
107
119
MIDI Explained..............................................................................................33
7.1
7.2
7.3
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Program and Bank Changes ..................................................................33
RPN/NRPN’s ..........................................................................................33
SysEx .....................................................................................................34
Appendix E Standard MIDI Controller numbers (MIDI CC’s)
Specification.................................................................................................35
Appendix A - MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART .....................................................36
Appendix B - Assignable MIDI CC’s on the UC-33...............................................37
Appendix C - Hexadecimal Conversion Chart.......................................................39
Appendix D - Useful MIDI data................................................................................40
Appendix E - Standard MIDI Controller numbers (MIDI CC's)............................41
Appendix F - Roland GS and Yamaha XG NRPN Support to Roland JV/XP .......42
Appendix G - General MIDI Reverb and Chorus Types ........................................43
Appendix H - UC-33 Preset Chart...........................................................................44
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00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Bank Select
Modulation
Breath Control
Controller 3
Foot Control
Porta Time
Data Entry
Channel Volume
Balance
Controller 9
Pan
Expression
Effects Controller 1
Effects Controller 2
Controller 14
Controller 15
Gen Purpose 1
Gen Purpose 2
Gen Purpose 3
Gen Purpose 4
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Controller 20
Controller 21
Controller 22
Controller 23
Controller 24
Controller 25
Controller 26
Controller 27
Controller 28
Controller 29
Controller 30
Controller 31
Bank Select LSB
Modulation LSB
Breath Control LSB
Controller 35
Foot Control LSB
Porta Time LSB
Data Entry LSB
Channel Volume LSB
41
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
Balance LSB
Controller 41
Pan LSB
Expression LSB
Controller 44
Controller 45
Controller 46
Controller 47
Gen Purpose 1 LSB
Gen Purpose 2 LSB
Gen Purpose 3 LSB
Gen Purpose 4 LSB
Controller 52
Controller 53
Controller 54
Controller 55
Controller 56
Controller 57
Controller 58
Controller 59
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Appendix D - Useful MIDI data
1 U-Control Overview
General MIDI Instruments
Piano
Bass
Reed
Synth Effects
32 Acoustic Bass
33 Electric Fingered
Bass
34 Electric Picked Bass
35 Fretless Bass
36 Slap Bass 1
37 Slap Bass 2
38 Syn Bass 1
39 Syn Bass 2
Chromatic Percussion Strings/Orchestra
64 Soprano Sax
65 Alto Sax
66 Tenor Sax
67 Baritone Sax
68 Oboe
69 English Horn
70 Bassoon
71 Clarinet
96 SFX Rain
97 SFX Soundtrack
98 SFX Crystal
99 SFX Atmosphere
100 SFX Brightness
101 SFX Goblins
102 SFX Echoes
103 SFX Sci-Fi
Pipe
Ethnic
8 Celesta
9 Glockenspiel
10 Music Box
11 Vibraphone
12 Marimba
13 Xylophone
14 Tubular bells
15 Dulcimer
Organ
40 Violin
41 Viola
42 Cello
43 Contrabass
44 Tremolo Strings
45 Pizzicato Strings
46 Orchestral Harp
47 Timpani
Ensemble
72 Piccolo
73 Flute
74 Recorder
75 Pan Flute
76 Bottle Blow
77 Shakuhachi
78 Whistle
79 Ocarina
Synth Lead
104 Sitar
105 Banjo
106 Shamisen
107 Koto
108 Kalimba
109 Bag Pipe
110 Fiddle
111 Shanai
Percussive
16 Drawbar Organ
17 Percussive Organ
18 Rock Organ
19 Church Organ
20 Reed Organ
21 Accordion
22 Harmonica
23 Tango Accordion
48 String Ensemble 1
49 String Ensemble 2
(Slow)
50 Syn Strings 1
51 Syn Strings 2
52 Choir Aahs
53 Voice Oohs
54 Syn Choir
55 Orchestral Hit
80 Syn Square Wave
81 Syn Sawtooth Wave
82 Syn Calliope
83 Syn Chiff
84 Syn Charang
85 Syn Voice
86 Syn Fifths Sawtooth
Wave
87 Syn Brass & Lead
112 Tinkle Bell
113 Agogo
114 Steel Drums
115 Woodblock
116 Taiko Drum
117 Melodic Tom
118 Syn Drum
119 Reverse Cymbal
Guitar
Brass
Synth Pad
Sound Effects
88 New Age Syn Pad
89 Warm Syn Pad
90 Polysynth Syn Pad
91 Choir Syn Pad
92 Bowed Syn Pad
93 Metal Syn Pad
94 Halo Syn Pad
95 Sweep Syn Pad
120 Guitar Fret Noise
121 Breath Noise
122 Seashore
123 Bird Tweet
124 Telephone Ring
125 Helicopter
126 Applause
127 Gun Shot
0 Acoustic Grand Piano
1 Bright Acoustic Piano
2 Electric grand Piano
3 Honky Tonk Piano
4 Electric Piano 1
5 Electric Piano 2
6 Harpsichord
7 Clavinet
24 Nylon Acoustic Guitar 56 Trumpet
25 Steel Acoustic
57 Trombone
Guitar
58 Tuba
26 Jazz Electric
59 Muted Trumpet
Guitar
60 French Horn
27 Clean Electric
61 Brass Section
Guitar
61 Syn Brass 1
28 Muted Electric
62 Syn Brass 2
Guitar
29 Overdrive Guitar
30 Distorted Guitar
31 Guitar Harmonics
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1:
USB MIDI IN/OUT – Connects to the USB port of your computer via the
included USB cable
2:
MIDI IN plug – Used to connect other MIDI hardware to the UC-33 via a
standard MIDI 5- Pin DIN type plug (not included)
3:
MIDI OUT plug – Used to connect the UC-33 to other MIDI hardware.
Requires a standard MIDI 5-Pin DIN type plug
4:
Power on/off switch
5:
DC IN plug – For connection of 9v DC power supply (not included)
6:
Rotary Dials – There are twenty-four rotary dials, all of which are fully
assignable
7:
Faders – Nine 60mm Faders, all of which are fully assignable
8:
LCD Display
9:
Fourteen Assignable Buttons
10:
Numeric Keypad (0-9) – Doubles up as a further ten assignable buttons
during normal mode
11:
Function Buttons:
x x x x x x x x x x x 12:
PROGRAM
DATA LSB
DATA MSB
MEMORY
MIDI OUT FROM USB
GLOBAL CHAN
DRAW BAR
CONTROL SELECT
CONTROL ASSIGN
CHANNEL ASSIGN
RECALL
Preset buttons – Press button 1, 2, 3, 4 for fast access to memory banks
1, 2, 3, and 4 respectively.
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Hexadecimal to Decimal Conversion Chart
Hexadecimal value
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal value
Decimal
Value
Hexadecimal value
Decimal
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0A
0B
0C
0D
0E
0F
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
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1.1 Terminology
B2-The Buttons:
MIDI CC
Description
Program
0-119 Standard MIDI CC’s 120-127 Channel Mode
Messages
128
Pitch Bend Sensitivity 129
Channel Fine Tune 130
Channel Coarse Tune131
Channel Pressure
132
RPN Coarse
Value
133
RPN Fine
Value
134
NRPN Coarse
Value
135
NRPN Fine
Value
136
Master Volume*
137
Master Pan*
138
Master Fine Tune*
139
Master CoarseTune* 140
Chorus Mod rate*
141
Chorus Mod Depth* 142
Feedback*
143
Send to Reverb*
144
145
146
Pitch Bend
Program/bank Preset Program
MIDI CC (on/off)
MIDI CC
147
148
Note (on/off)
Note (on/off toggle)
MMC Command**
Reverb type *
Reverb time *
Chorus type *
149
150
151
152
Data Lsb
Toggle Value 2
Toggle Value 2
Data Msb
Toggle Value 1
Toggle Value 1
Sensitivity value Tuning amount Tuning amount Pressure amount RPN LSB
RPN MSB
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
Volume LSB
Volume MSB
Pan LSB
Pan MSB
Tuning LSB
Tuning MSB
Tuning LSB
Tuning MSB
Mod rate
Mod depth
Feedback level Reverb send
level
Pitch shift LSB Pitch shift MSB
Bank LSB
Bank MSB
Button press
Button release
value
value
Velocity off
Velocity on
Velocity off
Velocity on
Command select. Type
Time
Type
-
Note
Note
-
Edit Mode - Edit Mode describes the 3 second period after a function button has been
pressed during which the parameters of that function can be altered. The numeric
keypad can be used to alter a parameter during this time. No data is sent out of the
UC-33 when it is in Edit mode. LCD symbols shown in Edit mode will flash to show
you that a particular parameter can be edited. If a number is part entered, and a new
controller turned, that number will become the relevant parameter number for the new
controller and the 3 second editing period will re-trigger.
Default mode - Default Mode describes the state of the UC-33, when no function buttons have been pressed within the last 3 seconds. In Default mode, the LCD will show
the controller symbol, and the 2 digit display will show the last selected controller. The
3 digits display the currently assigned MIDI CC number.
Function Button – When any function button is pressed, the UC-33 will enter Edit
mode.
2 Powering & Connecting U-Control
There are two methods of powering the Evolution USB U-Control. Use only one
method at a time.
2.1
Warning: Do not connect the UC-33 to your computer before you have followed
the instructions in the “Installing U-Control Drivers” section.
To power your U-Control via USB simply connect the USB port on the U-Control to the
USB port on your computer, using the included USB cable. The single USB cable not
only powers the U-Control but also sends MIDI data to and from your computer
system. If required, you can also connect the UC-33 to a USB hub.
IMPORTANT – IF YOU ARE CONNECTING THE UC-33 TO A HUB, ENSURE THE HUB
IS ONE THAT USES AN EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY.
2.2
*Sysex messages - for details please see section 4.2.3
** MMC Sysex messages, for details please see section 4.7.1
Power & Connection via USB
Using an External Power Supply
You can also use a mains adapter (not included) with the following specification: 9V
DC output, 250-300mA, centre positive.
Note: Do not leave the adapter plugged in for long periods of time if the unit is
not in use.
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3 Installing U-Control Drivers
Appendix B - Assignable MIDI CC’s
Warning: Do not connect the UC-33 to your computer before you have followed
the instructions for installing drivers as explained below.
The Evolution USB driver for the PC supports the Microsoft® Windows 98, Windows 98
SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, OS 9.x, OS X and OS X 10.2 (Jaguar).
This driver does not support Windows NT4 or earlier versions of Windows such as
Windows 3.1x or Windows 95 as there was no USB support in these earlier versions. This
also includes Windows 95 OSR2.1 which was an attempt to support USB on Windows 95
but which did so improperly.
on the UC-33
B1 - The Faders and rotary dials:
MIDI CC
0-119
Description
Standard MIDI CC’s
120-127 Channel Mode Messages
3.1
Driver Features
In order to separate the UC-33's controller data from data received at the MIDI IN port, the
driver is configured to appear as two separate MIDI input devices. These devices can be
seen as MIDI inputs by any MIDI application. If you are using the native WinXP drivers on
the PC, you will see 'USB audio device' and 'USB audio device 2'. If you are using the
Native OS X drivers on the Mac, you will see 'UC-33 USB MIDI controller port 1' and 'UC33 USB MIDI controller port 2'.
If you are using the Evolution drivers you should also see two MIDI inputs for the UC-33.
In all cases the first MIDI input is used to transmit the controller data, while the second is
used to transmit data received at the MIDI input port. In order to merge both sets of data,
your MIDI application will need to be capable of supporting multiple MIDI input devices.
You should select both UC-33 MIDI inputs. Note: Always check for driver update on
www.evolution.co.uk
3.1.1
Multiple Clients
The Evolution USB driver supports multiple applications opening both its MIDI IN and
OUT ports simultaneously. This allows a user to have multiple applications running on the
PC and to dynamically switch between them instead of having to shut down one
application to free up the MIDI port so that another application can then use it.
3.1.2
Multiple Instances
Data Lsb
-
-
-
128
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
-
-
129
Channel Fine Tune
-
-
130
Channel Coarse Tune
-
-
131
Channel Pressure
-
-
132
RPN coarse
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
133
RPN fine
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
134
NRPN coarse
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
135
NRPN fine
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
136
Master Volume*
Volume LSB
Volume MSB
137
Master Pan*
Pan LSB
Pan MSB
138
Master Coarse Tune*
Tuning LSB
Tuning MSB
139
Master Fine Tune*
Tuning LSB
Tuning MSB
140
Chorus Mod rate*
Mod rate
-
141
Chorus Mod Depth*
Mod depth
-
142
Feedback*
Feedback level
-
143
Send to Reverb*
Reverb send level
-
144
Pitch Bend
Pitch shift LSB
Pitch shift MSB
*Sysex messages - for details please see section 4.2.3
The Evolution USB driver supports multiple instances of the family of Evolution USB MIDI
products. Thus more than one keyboard or controller can be connected to the same PC
simultaneously and be recognised and used by the system. This allows a user to use
multiple keyboards and controllers to control, for example, a Native Instruments B4 virtual
instrument supporting two keyboards, or for a user and one or more friends to jam
together using multiple keyboards connected to the same PC system. These multiple
instances can be a mix of different or the same keyboards from this Evolution USB MIDI
keyboard/controller product family. When multiple keyboards with the same product ID
(PID) are connected at the same time, the MIDI IN and OUT port names for these
keyboards have a number appended so that the user can distinguish between them in the
MIDI application software.
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Data Msb
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Appendix A - MIDI IMPLEMENTATION CHART
Function
Basic :Default
Channel:Changed
:Default
Mode :Messages
:Altered
Note
Number:True Voice
Velocity: Note ON
: Note OFF
After : Keys
Touch :Ch’s
Pitch Bend
Transmitted
1-16
1-16
--------X
*********
0-127
*********
0
X
0
0
Received
X
X
X
2.
X
3.
4.
0
X
0
X
0-127
*********
X
System Exclusive
X
X
:Song Position
Common:Song Select
:Tune
X
X
0
X
System :Clock
Exclusive:Commands
X
0
X
Aux :Local ON/OFF
Messages:All Notes OFF
:Active Sense
:Reset
X
X
0
X
X
0 = YES
X=NO
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Program
Change:True Number
Notes:
3.2.1
1.
X
5.
6.
7.
8.
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PC Driver Installation
The following are the detailed steps for installing the USB driver for the Evolution UC-33
MIDI Controller. If you are installing downloaded drivers from the Evolution website, it is
recommended that you store them on a floppy disk. This will make the installation easier.
X
0
Control
Change
Remarks
3.2
Windows 98 and 98 SE Installation
Start up Windows 98 (SE) with the USB Keyboard connected or connect it 1. Start
up Windows 98 (SE) with the USB Keyboard connected or connect it after Windows
98 has been booted.
When the Add New Hardware Wizard reports that it detected a USB Composite
Device, click “Next”.
Select “Search for the best driver for your device.” and click “Next”.
Indicate to Windows where to look for the driver installation files.
(this is either your floppy disk or the CD-ROM supplied with the UC-33) and click
“Next”.
Windows will indicate it has found an updated driver for this device and also some
other drivers, select "The updated driver (Recommended)" and click "Next".
Windows will indicate it has searched for the driver files for the
"Evolution UC-33 USB Driver" and is now ready to install the driver, click the "Next"
button to continue.
Windows will copy files. When it has stopped click the "Finish" button.
The Add New Hardware Wizard will appear again and report that it has detected an
Unknown Device. Click "Next".
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9.
Select "Search for the best driver for your device." and click "Next".
10. Indicate to Windows where to look for the driver installation files (this should be the
same search path), then click "Next”.
11. Now Windows will indicate it has searched for the driver files for the "Evolution “UC33 MIDI Driver” and is now ready to install the driver. Click the "Next" button to continue.
12. Windows will copy files. When it has stopped, click the "Finish" button.
3.2.2
1.
2.
3.
Windows ME Installation
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
USB
MIDI IN, 5-pin DIN type
MIDI OUT, 5-pin DIN type
D.C. Power socket
Control Interface
24 X Rotary Dials
9 X 60mm Faders
4 X buttons
12-key data entry key pad
(number keys double as assignable buttons)
Back lit LCD display with 7-segment digital display
Power on/off switch
4 X fast-access preset buttons
Memory
33 User assignable Memory banks
Non-volitile memory for storing settings on power down.
Accessories
User Manual
USB cable
Power supply
DC 9V, 250-300mA Centre positive (not included)
Replacing Windows ME Drivers
The Windows ME operating system contains drivers that work with the UC-33. However,
the Evolution drivers provide greater functionality (see Section 3.1) and it is therefore
recommended that you follow these instructions to replace the Windows ME USB Audio
Driver.
2.
Connections
Start up Windows ME with the USB Keyboard connected or connect it after Windows ME has been booted.
Windows ME will automatically install default drivers for the UC-33.
Proceed to the Replacing Windows ME Drivers Section.
3.2.3
1.
Specification
Start up Windows ME with the USB Keyboard connected or connect it after
Windows ME has been booted.
Open the Control Panels Window by clicking on Start/Settings/Control
Panel.
Double click on the "System" Control Panel.
Select the "Device Manager" tab.
Click on the "+" sign next to "Universal Serial Bus Controllers".
Right-click “USB Composite device” and select "Properties".
Click on the "Driver" tab, then click the "Update Driver..." button.
When the Update Device Driver Wizard reports that it will search for updated drivers for the USB Composite Device insert the CD-ROM supplied
or the floppy with downloaded drivers. Then select "Automatic Search for
better driver (Recommended)" and click "Next".
Windows will automatically search the floppy disk and CD-ROM drive and then indicate that it is installing the best software for this device.
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For support email [email protected]
Latest drivers and information at www.evolution.co.uk
Join the Evolution User’s group at Yahoo groups, www.yahoogroups.com/group/
evolution-users
or e-mail to this address: [email protected]
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controllers list in Appendix D. To transmit an NRPN/RPN, these two controller
messages are sent along with their user-specified values. A further controller message and value needs to be sent to specify the (coarse or fine) value adjustment.
This is specified by controller number 6 (Data entry) for coarse adjustments or
number 38 for fine adjustments.
10. Windows will copy files and then two things will occur in quick succession:
a) The Update Device Driver Wizard will display a dialog box indicating it has finished installing the software for this device and requesting you to click the
"Finish" button.
b) The Add New Hardware Wizard will report it has detected an Unknown Device.
A list of NRPN’s will always be given in the User Manual of a device that receives
NRPN messages. It is always necessary that the NRPN MSB and LSB are sent
together. Both will be specified in the device’s manual. You may find the manufacturer’s have only specified the numbers in Hexadecimal format. In this case, use
Appendix C to translate the value to Decimal.
The UC-33 makes the process of transmitting NRPN’s easy. All you need is to
enter the appropriate NRPN LSB by pressing the DATA LSB button, enter the
NRPN MSB by pressing the DATA MSB button, and as you move the UC-33 controller, an appropriate NRPN message will be sent out. Assign NRPN coarse to
make big sweeps, or NRPN fine to make slight adjustments.
7.3
SysEx
System Exclusive (SysEx) messages were defined in the MIDI specification to
allow individual devices to have individual control via MIDI. The format of SysEx
messages allows for virtually any function to be performed via MIDI – so long as
the receiving device is able to translate the message, and act accordingly. This
allows devices to send audio sample memory data, memory dumps, controller
settings, and much more. It also allows the controllers of one device to be controlled by another.
It is not possible to program your own specified SysEx message into the UC-33.
However, there are some useful SysEx messages pre-programmed into the UC33, that can be accessed by assigning the appropriate MIDI CC to a controller
(see Appendix B)
It should be noted that a SysEx message is not transmitted on any specified channel. All SysEx messages contain a device number, that is used to single out devices to respond to the SysEx message. All other devices are ignored. If you are
using a SysEx message on the UC-33, the global channel is ignored. When you
press CHANNEL ASSIGN, instead of entering a channel for the controller, you will
be enter a device number instead. This is indicated by the fact that the CC symbol
will not be showing.
Device numbers run from 00 to 127. 127 is the default device number setting on
the UC-33. This setting transmits the SysEx message to all devices.
Although it is not possible to program the controllers of the UC-33 with your own
SysEx messages, there are software applications that can receive a MIDI input
signal and transmit a different, user specified message. You can program your
SysEx messages into the translator software, then translate the incoming data
from the UC-33 to your SysEx, depending on the controller you are using.
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11. Click the "Finish" button in the Update Device Driver Wizard dialog box.
12. With your floppy disk or the CD-ROM supplied still inserted in the drive, select
"Automatic Search for better driver (Recommended)" and click "Next".
13. Windows will search the floppy disk and CD-ROM drive and will then indicate that it
is installing the best software for this device, the Evolution UC-33 MIDI Driver.
14. Windows will copy files and then indicate it has finished installing the new hardware
device. Click the "Finish" button.
15. Close the Device Manager by clicking on the "Close" button.
3.2.4
Windows 2000 Installation
Make sure you have installed the patch win2Kdriverpatch.exe before connecting the UC33. If you have run the Music Creator installer, this should have already been installed.
The computer must be restarted for the patch to take effect.
1.
2.
3.
3.2.5
Start up Windows 2000 with the UC-33 connected or connect it after Windows 2000 has been booted.
The Add New Hardware Wizard will report that it has found a new Device and
will automatically install default drivers for it.
Proceed to the Replacing Windows 2000 Drivers Section.
Replacing Windows 2000 Drivers
Even though Windows 2000 suggest a driver do not install this standard driver for
use with the UC-33 as this driver may cause your computer to crash. Instead follow the procedure below to ensure your UC-33 working perfectly:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Boot Windows 2000 with the UC-33 connected or connect it after Windows
2000 has been booted.
Open the Control Panel Window by clicking on Start/Settings/Control Panel.
Double click the "System" Control Panel.
Select the "Hardware" tab.
Click the "Device Manager" button.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
3.2.6
Click on the "+" sign next to "Universal Serial Bus controllers".
Double click "USB Composite Device".
Select the "Driver" tab, and click the "Update Driver..." button.
The Upgrade Device Driver Wizard will start. Click “Next”.
When the Wizard reports that it will upgrade the driver for the USB Composite Device, select "Search for a suitable driver for my device
(Recommended)" and click "Next".
Indicate to Windows where to look for the driver installation files (this is either
your floppy disk or the CD-ROM supplied with the UC-33) and click “Next”.
On the next screen Windows will indicate it has found a driver “evolusb.inf”
that is a closer match for this device than your current driver, click "Next".
Windows will copy files and then two things will occur in quick succession:
a) The Update Device Driver Wizard will display a dialog box indicating
it has finished installing the software for this device and requesting
you to click the "Finish" button.
b) The Found New Hardware Wizard will report it has detected an Unknown Device.
Click “Finish” in the Update Device Driver Wizard dialog box.
Run through the second installer following the same process as above. If you
are asked what type of device you are installing, select 'Sound Video and
Game controller.
Windows will copy files and then indicate it has finished installing the new
hardware device. Click the "Finish" button.
If the window asking you if you wish to re-start your computer appears, click
Yes/OK.
7 MIDI Control Data Explained
7.1
2.
3.
In order to expand on the GM set of voices, Bank changes were devised. Each
bank contains 128 patches, that can be accessed using a program change. There
are 16,384 banks available, accessible by sending a 14-bit Bank change message. The first 7 bits of this message are sent in a single byte known as the Bank
LSB. The last 7 bits are specified by another byte known as the Bank MSB. The
BANK LSB is the most commonly used This allows for 128 bank changes, and
often there is no need to send a Bank MSB.
However, you may well find in some cases, the Bank MSB is required by a device.
You will find almost all MIDI devices respond to the program change, but some
that do not conform to the GM set of voices use the program change message for
other purposes. Many VST instruments have adopted this approach, allowing you
to use a program change to change the instrument patch. The FM7 by Native Instruments is a good example of this.
Bank changes are more rarely used, although they do exist. Bank changes are
useful in manufacturer's extensions to the MIDI specification, such as Roland's
GS specification and Yamaha's XG specification. Both of these require you to
specify a Bank change, in order to access the extra voices and effects that these
specifications provide.
Start up Windows XP with the UC-33 connected or connect it after Windows
XP has been booted.
The Found New Hardware Wizard will report that it has found new hardware
and will automatically install default drivers for it.
If you wish to use the evolution drivers rather than the default XP ones, proceed to the Replacing the Default Windows XP Drivers Section
Sending Program, Bank LSB and Bank MSB data is made simple using the UC33. Simply press the PROGRAM, DATA LSB or DATA MSB button and enter the
program or bank change you wish to send. Note that you must have a UC-33 controller selected that does not use these buttons for editing (see Appendix B).
Replacing the Default Windows XP Drivers
The Windows XP operating system contains drivers that work with the UC-33.
However, the Evolution drivers provide greater functionality (see Section 3.1) and it is
therefore recommended that you follow these instructions to replace the Windows XP
Drivers.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Open the Control Panel Window by clicking on Start/Control Panel.
Double click the "System" Control Panel.
Select the "Hardware" tab.
Click the "Device Manager" button.
Click on the ‘+’ next to ‘Universal Serial Bus Controllers’.
Check to see if the heading ‘USB Composite device’ appears.
Double-click on the ‘USB Composite Device’ .
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Program and Bank Changes
The original GM MIDI specification catered for only 128 voices, numbered from 0127. It is possible to access a different voice by sending a program change.
Windows XP Installation
1.
3.2.7
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7.2
RPN/NRPN’s
Non-registered parameter numbers (NRPN's) are device specific messages that
enable the control of synths via MIDI. The MIDI specification defines parameter
numbers to allow scope for manufacturers to specify their own controllers. The
more common of these have been registered by the MIDI Manufacturer's Association and are part of the MIDI specification (hence the term Registered Parameter
Numbers – RPN's). (See Appendix F.)
MIDI controllers 98 and 99 represent the NRPN LSB and MSB respectively, while
100 and 101 represent the RPN LSB and MSB. This can be seen from the MIDI
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There are many ways to then interact with the setup from the MIDI Controller Keyboard
and the UC-33. You could program the first four faders to send data on MIDI channels 14, the second four faders to send on channels 8-12. To control volumes you would set
each of the faders to send MIDI controller 7.
You could set up the rotary controls using the same MIDI channels to control filter resonance, cut-off and pan. If Sound Module (a) is XG compatible you would set the top rotary
control to send MIDI controller 74 for cut-off and the next one down to 71 for resonance.
The pan control should be set to send MIDI controller 10. If Sound Module (b) is GS compatible you would configure the rotary controls above the second four faders to send
NRPN data to affect filter resonance and cut-off.
Even though Sound Module (a) and (b) receive cut-off and resonance controls in different
ways it is easy to program the UC-33 to take account of this.
Next you could program the keypad buttons 1-9 to send MIDI note data to trigger lights on
the lighting rig. It is possible to set the buttons to either latch on / off or to send note off on
release. Using these two settings you could set some of the buttons to flash the lights and
some of the buttons to act more like switches – you tap a button to switch a light on or off.
Some lighting controllers use velocity to set the intensity or brightness of each light. Each
of the buttons therefore could be set to trigger a light at a different intensity.
Once set up and stored in a memory, the UC-33 would function as a fully able easy to use
control surface despite the relatively complex configuration of the other MIDI devices.
6.4.2
Example Uses (b)
8.
9.
Select the "Driver" tab, and click the "Update Driver..." button.
When the Hardware Update Wizard appears, select “Install from a
specific location (Advanced)” and click “Next”.
10. Select the option “Don't search, I will choose the driver to install”, click
“Next”.
11. On the next screen select the Evolution UC-33 USB Driver and click
“Next”. Go to step 15.
12. If not found, click “Have Disk” and then “Browse” for the location of the
(b). Controlling a MIDI Synthesizer and a Hard Disk Recorder
In this example connect your UC-33 to your synth and connect the THRU from your synth
to your hard disk recorder.
It would then be possible to utilize the faders and rotary controls with the synthesizer to
control any of its parameters in real time. A very simple example of this is to setup a multitimbral sound with faders on the UC-33 controlling the individual timbres of the sound.
You can then change the character of the sound as you are playing it. Perhaps set up
some of the rotary controls to affect the envelope of a synth sound.
13.
Program the transport buttons on the UC-33 to send Midi Machine Control messages for
Stop, Play, Rewind and Fast-Forward. Program the Zero key on the numeric keypad to be
Record. You can then use the UC-33’s transport controls to control your HD recorder.
16.
Start recording!... and when you’ve finished use the Master Volume fader to fade out.
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14.
15.
driver and select the file “evolusb” from the CD-ROM supplied with the
UC-33.
Click “Open”. You will now see the window where you clicked “Browse”.
Click “OK”.
Select the Evolution UC-33 USB Driver and click “Next”.
A warning that the driver has not passed Windows logo testing will come
up. Ignore this and click “Continue Anyway”.
Windows will copy files and then two things will occur in quick succession:
a) The Update Device Driver Wizard will display a dialog box indicating
it has finished installing the software for this device and requesting
you to click the "Finish" button.
b) The Found New Hardware Wizard will report it has detected an Unknown Device.
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17. Click the "Finish" button on the Upgrade Device Driver Wizard screen.
18. Repeat steps 9 to 12, selecting the Evolution MIDI Driver this time. If you
are asked what type of hardware you are trying to install, select ’Sound
Video and Game Controller’.
19. Click the “Finish” button to finish the installation.
3.3
Please ensure the keyboard is connected when removing the drivers.
Windows 98 / ME Un-install
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
3.3.2
Restart your computer in safe-mode. To get into safe mode press and hold
down the left SHIFT key while booting up or press the F8 key before the Windows screen appears. Alternatively press and hold the CTRL key until the
Windows 98 Startup menu is displayed and select the Safe Mode menu option from the Startup menu. Press ENTER to continue.
When Windows has started open the Device Manger by right clicking on 'My
Computer', then select 'Properties' and click on the Device Manager tab.
Open the “Sound, Video and Game controllers” item by double clicking on it
then remove all the Evolution MIDI driver or USB Audio device entries that
appear. To do this select each device by right-clicking on it and then click on
the 'Remove' button.
Open “Universal Serial Bus controllers” by double clicking on it then remove
all the Evolution USB driver or USB Composite device entries that appear.
Select each device by right-clicking on it, then click on the 'Remove' button.
Open Windows Explorer, by right-clicking on 'My Computer' and selecting
'Explore'.
Open the C:\Windows\Inf\Other* folder by clicking on the ‘+’ signs next to
each folder.
Delete any files in this folder that begin with Evolution.
Reboot Windows. You can now cleanly install the latest set of drivers for your
UC-33.
Windows 2000 Uninstall
1.
2.
3.
Using the UC-33 away from a Computer
It is possible to use the UC-33 without connecting it to a computer. You will need an optional external power supply (as described in section 2.3) and MIDI lead(s) to connect
your U-Control to another MIDI device.
Possible applications include
x Controlling a MIDI Lighting System
x Utilizing extra parameters on a MIDI keyboard via the U-Control
x Controlling a Sound Module
Driver Re-Installation
If the driver is not automatically detected, or you have a new version of the driver that
you want to install, the following steps will guide you through the process of fully removing the old drivers.
3.3.1
6.4
Restart your computer in safe-mode. To get into safe mode press and hold
down the left SHIFT key or press the F8 key before the Windows screen appears. Then select the “Safe Mode” menu option and press ENTER.
Open the Device Manager Control Panel. To do this click on Start, then Settings, then Control Panel. Double click on System, select the Hardware tab,
then click on the Device Manager button.
Click the '+' next to "Sound, video & game controllers".
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Please note:
The UC-33 does not function as a MIDI Merge unit. If you want to control, for example, a
sound module whilst simultaneously playing it from a MIDI keyboard then it will be necessary to buy a separate MIDI Merge unit. This will allow you to connect both U-Control and
keyboard to your sound module at the same time.
6.4.1
Example Uses (a)
(a) UC-33 with a Controller Keyboard, 2 Sound Modules and a Lighting Rig
In this example you have a UC-33 connected to a MIDI Merge box along with a MIDI Controller keyboard. The output from the merge box feeds Sound Module (a). The THRU connection from (a) is attached to Sound Module (b). The THRU connection from (b) is connected to a MIDI lighting rig.
Set the sound modules to receive on MIDI channels:
(a) 1-7
(b) 8-14
Set the lighting rig to receive on channels 15 and 16
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move!
4.
Highlight and remove any entries for the Evolution USB keyboards or USB
Audio device. Right-click each in turn and select “Remove”.
5. Click the '+' next to "Universal Serial Bus controllers".
6. Highlight and remove any entries for the Evolution USB keyboards or USB
Composite device. Right-click each in turn and select “Remove”.
7. Open Windows Explorer, by right-clicking on 'My Computer' and selecting
'Explore'.
8. Open the C:\WINNT\System32 folder by clicking on the ‘+’ signs next to each
folder.
9. Delete evolusbn.dll. It may not be removable in some cases. If you can’t remove at this point, try again after restarting Windows.
10. Open the C:\WINNT\System32\drivers folder and delete evolusb.sys
11. Go to “My Computer”, WINNT, INF* and find the OEM files. Double click on
each oem file to open them. Delete all files that mention Evolution in the title
and their respective PNF file.
12. You can now re-boot and re-install the drivers as described in section 3.2.
Click on the ’MIDI plug’ button on the transport bar. This will enable remote control of the
transport bar functions. These have been assigned to the buttons in such a way that the
PLAY, STOP, FAST FORWARD and REWIND buttons on the UC-33 will do just this. The
number buttons have been assigned to further transport controls. Notably, 0 has been
assigned to enable RECORD mode. Try it for yourself and see!
Preset 13 is used to control channels 9-16.
6.3
Controlling Virtual Instruments
The UC-33 comes with useful presets for the most popular VST instruments. In most
cases you should therefore be able to find a preset for your favourite instrument. You can
of course also create your own presets by looking up the MIDI implementation chart in the
documentation manual for your instrument.
Most virtual instruments adopt standard MIDI control so it should be an easy procedure.
Once you have the MIDI implementation chart simply go through the steps as outline in
section 4 of this manual. You can also control parameters of several instruments or FX’s
at the same time using the UC-33’s facility to send on individual MIDI channels for each
controller.
Be aware though, that in some circumstances you can experience one controller affecting
2 parameters at the same time (Example: Filter cut off on your virtual synth and send level
on your mixer). The reason for this is internal routing within the software environment and
has nothing to do with the UC-33. So check first how the routing works with your software
before deciding on the best working method.
FM-7: To operate the FM-7 preset you will need to load a setup file in to the FM-7. In the
Master section of your FM-7 plug-in, click load in the controller define window, locate the
“Application Files” folder on the UC-33 installer CD and select the file UC33.f7c
Alternatively, please check www.evolution.co.uk for current setup files
6.3.1
Propellerhead Reason
Presets 04,05,06,07, 08 and 09 are setup to control the following devices in Reason:
Mixer, Subtractor, ReDrum, Malstrom, Dr Rex and NN-19.
Connecting the UC-33 via the standard MIDI control port (go to the Reason preferences
menu and select MIDI) allows you to record all movements as automation but also keeps
the routing simple. You can also use Reason’s Remote Control input which bypasses the
automation. However routing can be a little more complicated.
3.3.3
Windows XP Uninstall
1. Start your computer in safe-mode. To do this press and hold the left SHIFT
key while your computer is starting up, or press the F8 key before the Windows screen appears. Then select the “Safe Mode” option from the Startup
menu and press ENTER.
2. Open the Device Manager. To do this click on Start, then Settings, then Control Panel. Double click on System, select the Hardware tab, then click on the
Device Manager button.
3. Click the '+' next to "Sound, video & game controllers".
4. Highlight and remove any entries for the Evolution USB keyboards or USB
Audio device.
5. Click the '+' next to "Universal Serial Bus controllers".
6. Highlight and remove any entries for the Evolution USB keyboards or USB
Composite device. Right-click each in turn and select “Remove”.
7. Open Windows Explorer, by right-clicking on 'My Computer' and selecting
'Explore'.
8. Open the C:\Windows\System32 folder by clicking on the ‘+’ signs next to
each folder.
9. Delete evolusbn.dll.
10. Open the C:\WINNT\System32\drivers folder and delete evolusb.sys
11. Restart your computer.
12. You can now re-install the drivers as described in section 3.2.
*If you can't find the INF file, it may be hidden. To show all hidden files, go to “Tools” “Folder Options” - “View”. Select “Show all files” and click OK.
We recommend that you start off with the standard MIDI control using the Reason
sequencer to navigate through the rack.
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Evolution UC-33
To control channels 9-16 select preset 09. Use the same two presets for
the following channels, only open the “Generic Remote” window and
change the setup to the channels you require.
Mac USB Drivers Installation Guide
3.4.1
OS 9 Driver Installation
6.1.2
Using U-Control for Channel Strip control
The Music Creator Installer contains the drivers for the UC-33, the OMS driver and the
Music Planet program. If you run this installer, the drivers will be installed along with the
software. The CD-ROM also includes an installer for the OMS system from Opcode and a
separate installer for the Evolution drivers only.
1.
2.
Please ensure that your Evolution USB product is not connected before proceeding with
the installation of the drivers.
3.
4.
5.
If you do not have OMS installed, please run the OMS installer first. Then, install the Evolution drivers. Just run the installer by double clicking on the Install OMS 2.3.8 icon and
follow the on screen instructions.
6.
Once OMS is installed you can install the drivers in two ways:
7.
8.
First launch your Steinberg application
Go to the Devices menu (in Cubase VST its “Options”) and select
“Device Setup.
Select “Generic Remote”
In the right hand side of the window appearing, click on “Import”
Make sure to insert your U-Control installation CD and locate the file
called UC-33 Cubase Channel Strip.xml in the following path Application Files/Cubase and click “Open”.
Now set the MIDI IN, in the Generic Remote window, “to UC-33 USB
MIDI IN”
Close the Devices Setup by clicking “Ok”.
On the UC-33, press the function key “Recall” and select “11” on the
numerical keypad.
1. Using the Music Creator Installer:
The Channel Strip setup gives you full control of Send levels, the 4 band
EQ, Insert Fx selection, Volume, Panning L-R and Front-Rear, Output
selection and overall Master Volume. The setup will control your currently
selected mixer channel, so you can jump quickly between channels.
Just double click on the Music Creator Installer Icon and then click ’OK’, then
’Install’ when prompted.
2. Using the USB Drivers Installer:
Creating your own Generic Remote setups for U-Control
After working with the preset setups you may want to customize or create
your own to suit your working method. The Steinberg documentation explains in detail how to do this.
a. Click and drag the USB Drivers Installer from the window it is currently in to the
desktop.
b. Now double click on it to ’un-stuff’ it.
c. This will create a new icon on the desktop; the USB Drivers Installer. Double
click it to install the drivers. The installer automatically places the drivers in the
correct system folders.
The setup program will copy the USB drivers for your Evolution keyboard into the Extensions folder inside the System Folder. The OMS description file for the keyboard is installed into the OMS folder inside the System Folder.
Note: If you have already created your own Generic Remote setup, make
sure to export it before importing the U-Control setups.
6.2
Evolution Sound Studio Pro II
Once the installation has successfully completed click on the Restart button.
1.0
2.0
OMS Setup
Now connect your keyboard to the USB port on your Macintosh using the correct USB
cable. The Mac will then recognise the keyboard and load the drivers.
3.0
4.0
To run the OMS Setup program:
1.
2.
3.
Open the Hard Drive, then the ’Opcode’ folder, the ’OMS Applications folder, and
then ’OMS Setup’. If you have run OMS Setup before you will need to go to ’File’
– 'New Studio Setup' before proceeding.
Click 'OK’.
In the next Window, click on 'Search'.
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5.0
6.0
Select preset 12
Install the Sound Studio Pro II demo from the demos folder of your
Music Creator CD-ROM.
Run the Sound Studio Pro II demo.
Go to the 'Options|MIDI Devices' menu. Ensure the UC-33 is se
lected as a MIDI IN device. Select your Soundcard output as the
MIDI OUT device. Ensure it is the ONLY highlighted device.
Select ‘Multitrack record’ from the track window.
Call up the MIDI Mixer by clicking on the 'Mixer' icon on the tool bar.
Controls 1-8 have been set to control the Volume of channels 1-8 respectively. 9-16 control the Pan of each channel. 17 – 24 control the reverb
and 25 – 32 control the chorus dials. The Master Fader controls the drum
channel volume, as long as your drum track is assigned to channel 10.
Move the controls of the UC-33, and observe the MIDI mixer control
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6 The UC-33 in Use
Controlling Sequencers: The UC-33 is the ideal controller for sequencer
host applications such as Cubase, Logic, Cakewalk Sonar, Evolution’s
own Sound Studio Pro II and of course also virtual instruments and Effects.
The UC-33 comes pre-programmed with presets that in many cases will
allow you to get hands on experience of your music software straight
away. Though this is the easiest way of using the UC-33, it is often worth
considering carefully how you would like your system to work and then
customising your setups accordingly. This section gives some useful
guidelines for working with standard software packages.
4.
In the next window, click OK.
Note: You will need to load a generic remote control setup file or default
song for most host applications. Locate the “Application Files” folder on
the UC-33 installer CD to find the file applicable to your program or alternatively download it via our internet site www.evolution.co.uk/downloads/
uc33
5.
6.
7.
6.1
Cubase VST/SL/SX and Nuendo
Cubase and Nuendo have very comprehensive controlling options so with
the U-Control you will be able to control almost any aspect of your favourite Steinberg program. However the easiest way to get started is of course
by using our pre-programmed setups.
6.1.1
Then OK again.
Click 'Save'.
Click 'Replace'.
Using U-Control for multichannel mixing
First launch your Steinberg application
Go to the Devices menu (in Cubase VST its “Options”) and select “Device
Setup.
You should now have a final window showing your current
Studio Setup.
3.4.2
All our products are class compliant with OS X and will work simply by plugging them into
the USB port!
If you are an OS 10.2 user, you can also install images of the products if you wish. To do
this:
Select “Generic Remote”
1.
In the right hand side of the window appearing, click on “Import”
2.
Make sure to insert your U-Control installation CD and locate the file
called UC-33 Cubase multichannel setup.xml in the following path Application Files/Cubase and click “Open”.
3.
4.
Now set the MIDI IN, in the Generic Remote window, “to UC-33 USB MIDI
IN”
5.
Close the Devices Setup by clicking “Ok”.
On the UC-33, press the function key “Recall” and select “01” on the
numerical keypad. This will select the preset that controls channels 1-8 on
your Steinberg mixer.
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OS X Driver Installation
Run EvolImageInstaller.pkg in the OS 10.2 folder. This will place images of the
Evolution product range into the correct directory.
Open 'Audio MIDI Setup'. This is located in the' Applications – Utilities ' folder of
your hard drive.
Click on the Evolution product icon and select 'show info'.
Click on the default image assigned to your Evolution product. This is shown in
the top left hand corner of the info window. Check 'Evolution' is selected from the
drop-down icon list.
Double-click on the correct icon for your Evolution product. Select OK to finish.
If you experience any problems installing the drivers or using your Evolution product,
please contact our technical support department at [email protected] or telephone
our support hotline on +44 (0)1525 218999.
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5.3
MIDI OUT from USB
4.0 Programming U-Control
4.1
Assigning MIDI CC Numbers to the Controls
To assign the MIDI controller number, press CONTROL SELECT. The
LCD will display the CONTROLLER symbol. The symbol will be flashing to indicate the controller settings can be altered. The 3-digit display will show the number of the currently selected controller, preceded by a ’C’. To change the currently selected controller, type in the
number of the controller using the numeric keypad, or the ’+’ and ’-’ buttons. Alternatively,
moving a rotary dial, fader or pressing an assignable button (not the numeric keypad,
since this is used for data entry in Edit mode) will select it for editing.
Press CONTROL ASSIGN. The LCD will flash the CC symbol. The 3
digit display will indicate the assigned MIDI CC number. Use the numeric keypad or ’+’ and ’-’ buttons to enter a new value if desired. The
MIDI controller number you select will be assigned to the currently
selected controller, shown by the number on the small, 2-digit display.
4.2
Channel Assignment
If the UC-33 is connected to a computer using the USB port, it can be used to send data
received from the computer via USB, out of the MIDI OUT port.
Pressing both the CONTROL SELECT and CONTROL ASSIGN buttons will engage MIDI
OUT FROM USB mode. The LCD will display the MIDI->USB symbol when this mode is
active. When MIDI OUT FROM USB mode is active, the UC-33 will transmit data received
at the USB IN to the MIDI OUT port and any connected MIDI device. For this to work, you
should select ’UC-33 USB MIDI OUT’ as the output device in your sequencer. Press the
CONTROL SELECT and CONTROL ASSIGN buttons once more to disengage MIDI OUT
FROM USB mode.
The status of MIDI OUT FROM USB is saved in memory and restored when the UC-33 is
switched on again. The factory default is set to OFF.
Important note: The UC-33 is not a MIDI THRU device and as such, MIDI data received
at the UC-33’s MIDI IN plug can never be sent directly to the UC-33’s MIDI OUT plug.
However, if the UC-33 is connected via USB to a computer, data received at the MIDI IN
can be transmitted to the MIDI OUT plug, since the data is sent to the computer, and received back from the computer. MIDI OUT FROM USB mode must be engaged for this to
occur.
You can assign each of the controllers to the global channel, or independent channels.
4.2.1
Assigning the Global Transmit Channel
The UC-33 has a global channel. To change the global channel,
press GLOBAL CHANNEL (CONTROL ASSIGN and CHANNEL
ASSIGN together). The LCD will display the KEYBOARD and
CHAN symbol. The 3-digit display will show the currently selected
global channel, preceded by a ’c’. Use the numeric keypad or the ’+’
and ’-’ buttons to alter this if desired. Remember, you have 3 seconds to complete this operation.
4.2.2
Assigning an individual channel for a controller
Press CHANNEL ASSIGN. The LCD will display the CHAN symbol
and the 3-digit display will show the current channel assignment of
the selected controller, preceded by a ’c’. The small 2-digit display
will show the currently selected controller for assignment. Use the
numeric keypad or the ’+’ and ’-’ keys to alter the channel number if
desired.
If the controller is assigned to channel 0, it will transmit on the global channel.
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4.2.3
5 Using the U-Control’s MIDI IN & MIDI OUT
The MIDI IN & MIDI OUT ports have different uses depending on how you intend to
connect and power the U-Control. The diagram below shows the different routing options.
A note about SysEx messages:
Some of the MIDI CC’s that can be assigned to the controllers of the UC-33 define SysEx
messages. If this is the case, the individual control channel number does not define a
transmit channel, but a device number. This is made clear since when you press the
CHANNEL button, the CC symbol will not be shown and there is no ’c’ in the 3 digit display.
Device numbers range between 00 – 127. In most cases, you should set the channel as
127. 127 means the SysEx message will be received by all devices. More information
about this can be found in the 'MIDI Explained section'.
4.3
Memory and Presets
The UC-33 has a total of 33 memory locations and you can store your own setups to any
of these. Each Memory location can store MIDI CC and MIDI channel assignments for
every controller and assignable button.
5.1
About the MIDI IN Port
4.3.1 Writing to Memory
To store the current settings in a memory location, press MEMORY.
The MIDI IN plug can be used to connect another MIDI device to your PC, via the USB
port. Data received from this device will be transmitted via the UC-33 to the PC. This is
achieved using a second USB MIDI OUT. So, when you select the MIDI devices section of your sequencer you will see two UC-33 USB MIDI INs. One of these is used to
receive the UC-33 controller data, the other is used to receive data from the other device connected to the UC-33’s MIDI IN socket. In this way, the UC-33 acts as a MIDI-toUSB interface for the other MIDI device.
The LCD display will flash the MEM and PROG symbol. Enter the
number of the memory bank you desire, using the numeric keypad
or the '+' and '-' keys.
The number on the 3-digit display shows the memory bank selected for writing to, preceded by a 'P'.
4.3.2 Recall of memory banks
Note: Always check for driver updates on www.evolution.co.uk
5.2
To recall a saved memory bank, press the RECALL button. The
LCD will flash the MEM symbol. Enter the number of the memory
bank you want, using the numeric keypad or the '+' and '-' keys. The
first 4 memory banks are also accessible using the 4 PRESET buttons for fast access
About the MIDI OUT Port
Other MIDI Devices can also be interfaced to the UC-33 using the MIDI OUT plug.
The data sent out of the UC-33 MIDI OUT port is dependent on whether MIDI OUT
FROM USB mode is engaged or not. In the diagram above, if MIDI OUT from USB
mode is engaged, the switch is up. If MIDI OUT FROM USB mode is not engaged,
data sent from the UC-33 is sent to the MIDI OUT as well as the USB OUT. If MIDI
OUT FROM USB mode is engaged, the UC-33 ceases to send data to the MIDI OUT,
and only data received at the USB MIDI IN is sent to the MIDI OUT socket.
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The 33 memory locations are preprogrammed for popular VST instruments and MIDI applications. These settings are the factory defaults. When you reset the UC-33, these settings will be restored. For a complete list of patches, please see Appendix H.
4.3.3
Non-Volatile Memory
The UC-33 uses non-volatile memory so that you can continue where you left off. When
you power down the UC-33, the current UC-33 controller and channel assignments are
stored (even if you have not saved them to a memory location). Also stored is Draw Bar
mode (on/off), MIDI OUT FROM USB mode (on/off) program, bank LSB and bank MSB
data, global channel setting and last used memory preset.
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PROGRAM, DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons
Generally, when you press one of these buttons they will send out a Program, Bank LSB
or Bank MSB value respectively. However, depending on the MIDI CC assigned to a button or controller, they are also used for data entry. The Controller chart in Appendix B
shows what the function of each of these buttons is depending on the MIDI CC number
assigned to the current controller.
4.4.1
You will find most data sheets for synths that make use of NRPN’s will give the MSB and
LSB values that you should enter into BANK MSB and BANK LSB banks (also see Appendix F). However, some manuals may only give the hex values. The UC-33 requires
you to enter the decimal value. You can easily convert hexadecimal values to decimal
using the windows calculator. Simply select Scientific mode, select hex and enter the
hexadecimal value you need to convert. Press the Dec button to convert it to a decimal
value. Enter the decimal value into the UC-33.
PROGRAM Button
Alternatively, use the look up table in Appendix C.
The PROGRAM button has different functions depending on which
MIDI CC is assigned to the currently selected controller or button.
You can, for example, send out program changes via the Global
MIDI channel or change parameter values depending on the option
available.
When the PROGRAM button is pressed, the LCD will display the KEYBOARD, and CHAN
symbol. The PROG symbol will be flashing indicating edit mode. The small 2-digit display
will show the current global channel. A program change will be sent out as soon as either
a valid Program number is entered, or the 3-second edit period elapses. If an assignable
button is selected, the PROGRAM button may have a different function. The table below
shows the Program button function, according to the MIDI CC assigned to a button:
MIDI CC
0-119
120-127
Description
4.9
Resetting the UC-33 to the Factory default Settings
The UC-33 comes with 33 useful presets stored in it’s memory (for complete list, see Appendix H). You can reset the UC-33 back to the factory defaults on power-up by holding
down the ’+’ and ’-’ buttons.
Note: Restoring the Factory presets will erase all UC-33 setups stored to memory.
Program
Standard MIDI CC’s
Send Program change
Channel Mode Messages
Send Program change
128
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
Send Program change
129
Channel Fine Tune
Send Program change
130
Channel Coarse Tune
Send Program change
131
Channel Pressure
Send Program change
132
RPN Coarse
Value
133
RPN Fine
Value
134
NRPN Coarse
Value
135
NRPN Fine
Value
136
Master Volume
Send Program change
137
Master Pan
Send Program change
138
Master Fine Tune
Send Program change
139
Master CoarseTune
Send Program change
140
Chorus Mod Rate
Send Program change
141
Chorus Mod Depth
Send Program change
142
Feedback
Send Program change
143
Send to Reverb
Send Program change
144
Pitch Bend
Send Program change
145
Program/Bank Preset
Program
146
MIDI CC (off on release)
MIDI CC number
147
Note ON (off on release)
Note
148
Note ON/OFF toggle
Note
149
MMC Command
Send Program change
150
Reverb Type
Send Program change
151
Reverb Time
-
152
Chorus Type
-
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Number
MMC Command
01
STOP
02
PLAY
03
DEFERRED PLAY
04
FAST FORWARD
05
REWIND
06
RECORD STROBE
07
RECORD EXIT
08
RECORD PAUSE
09
PAUSE
10
EJECT
11
CHASE
12
COMMAND ERROR RESET
13
MMC RESET
4.4.2
DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons
In the same way as the PROGRAM button above, the DATA LSB and DATA
MSB buttons have a function dependant on the MIDI CC assigned to the
current controller. In general however the DATA LSB and DATA MSB
buttons are used to send out Bank LSB or MSB changes respectively.
Appendix B shows that if the current controller is a rotary dial or a fader, only when MIDI
CC’s 132 – 135 are selected will the buttons have a function other than sending a Bank
change. If MIDI CC's 132-135 are assigned to a fader or Rotary dial, the controller is set
to be an RPN/NRPN controller. In this case, the DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons are
used to specify the RPN/NRPN LSB and MSB respectively. More will be said about this
in section 7.2.
If the current controller is a button, the function of the DATA LSB and DATA MSB buttons varies as shown by the table below:
MIDI CC
0-119
120-127
4.8 Transmitting RPN/NRPN data
Note: For a detailed description of RPN/NRPN data see section 7.2.
To enable a controller to send an NRPN message you need to assign the controller to
either MIDI controller number 134 (NRPN coarse) or MIDI controller number 135 (NRPN
fine). For RPN’s assign controller 132 (RPN coarse) and 133 (RPN fine).
When any of these MIDI control numbers are assigned to a controller, pressing the DATA
LSB or DATA MSB buttons allows you to define the MSB and LSB for a NRPN/RPN message respectively.
The basic method of assignment is:
1.
2.
3.
Press Control select, and move the desired controller.
Press control assign and while the display is flashing, enter
controller 132 for RPN coarse, 133 for RPN fine, 134 for NRPN
coarse or 135 for NRPN fine.
Press DATA MSB to assign the number for the RPN/NRPN
MSB.
5.
Press CHANNEL ASSIGN to assign the channel the mes
sage should be sent on.
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DATA MSB
Toggle Value 1
Channel Mode Messages
Toggle Value 2
Toggle Value 1
Pitch Bend Sensitivity
Sensitivity Value
-
129
Channel Fine Tune
Tuning amount
-
130
Channel Coarse Tune
Tuning amount
-
131
Channel Pressure
Pressure amount
-
132
RPN Coarse
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
133
RPN Fine
RPN LSB
RPN MSB
134
NRPN Coarse
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
135
NRPN Fine
NRPN LSB
NRPN MSB
136
Master Volume
Volume level
-
137
Master Pan
Pan amount
-
138
Master Fine Tune
Tuning amount
-
139
Master CoarseTune
Tuning amount
-
140
Chorus Mod Rate
Mod rate
-
141
Chorus Mod Depth
Mod depth
-
142
Feedback
Feedback level
-
143
Send to Reverb
Reverb send level
-
144
Pitch Bend
Pitch shift LSB
Pitch shift MSB
145
Program/Bank Preset
Bank LSB
Bank MSB
146
MIDI CC (off on release
Button press value
Button release value
147
Note ON (off on release)
Velocity off
Velocity on
148
Note ON/OFF toggle
Velocity off
Velocity on
MMC Command
Command select (1-13) **
-
Reverb Type
Type *
-
Reverb Time
Time
-
Chorus Type
Type *
-
149
150
152
Press DATA LSB to assign the number for RPN/NRPN LSB .
DATA LSB
Toggle Value 2
128
151
4.
Description
Standard MIDI CC’s
* See Appendix G
** See Section 4.7.1
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2.
Snap Shot
Press the CHANNEL and RECALL buttons together to send a SNAP
SHOT of the current UC-33 controller assignments and their values.
When this happens, the LCD will display the SNAPSHOT symbol.
The data for an individual controller will be sent on which ever channel that
controller has been assigned to. Snap Shot is useful if you need to set up the
effects for a song in your sequencer, or if you want to record what your controller settings were at the start of a song.
The data sent when SNAP SHOT is pressed, can be viewed in your sequencers list editor. Set your sequencer to record and press SNAP SHOT. Then open the list editor and
ensure its set to display controller data.
4.6
Use Appendix B to see which MIDI CC number you need to assign to the
button to select the button mode.
Press CONTROL ASSIGN and enter the appropriate MIDcc value.
Edit the values in the Program, DATA LSB and DATA MSB banks if this is
necessary for the button mode you selected.
Press CHANNEL ASSIGN to assign the channel the message should be
sent on.
Once a valid MIDI CC value has been entered, and the 3 second edit period
has elapsed, the UC-33 returns to normal operation, and the buttons can be
used to send data as you have programmed.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Example: Setting a button to transmit a note on when pressed, and a note off when
pressed a second time.
Draw Bar Mode
Pressing the CHANNEL ASSIGN and RECALL Buttons engages DRAW
BAR mode. In DRAW BAR mode, the sliders of the UC-33 will be reversed – such that 0 is at the top, while 127 is at the bottom. When
DRAW BAR mode is engaged, the LCD display indicates this by displaying the FADER symbol. Press the CHANNEL ASSIGN and RECALL buttons to disengage DRAW BAR mode. DRAW BAR MODE is meant for use
with Hammond organ type synths that have draw bars. Try this mode out with
the Native Instruments B4 (demo version included on the CD).
4.7
Programming Assignable Buttons
The 14 Assignable buttons have many functions such as MIDI controller on/off
switches, sample triggers, lighting controllers, initialising sequencers, mapping
to transport controls in sequencers and more.
Programming the buttons is a simple process. The button mode is determined
by the MIDI CC value the button is assigned. Appendix B2, page 38 shows
the different button modes that are achievable according to the MIDI CC assigned to the button.
The basic process to select a button mode is as follows:
1. Press CONTROL SELECT, and type in the number of the button you
want. The transport control buttons are controller numbers 34-37 respect
tively while the 0 button is assignable controller 38. The number buttons
1-9 are assignable controllers 39-47 respectively. Note: It is not possible
to select any of the number buttons by pressing them, since during
edit mode, they are used to enter numerical values.
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1.
Press CONTROLLER SELECT and press the STOP button. The
display will show that you have selected controller 34.
2.
Press CONTROLLER ASSIGN and enter '147' this is the MIDI CC
number that corresponds to Note on/off mode, as shown in Appen
dix B.
3.
Press DATA MSB and enter a value of '100'. This means when you
press the button, a Note on message will be sent out with a velocity
of 100.
4.
Press DATA LSB, and enter a value of '000'. This means when you
release the button, a Note off message will be sent out.
5.
Press the PROGRAM button and enter '064'. This will mean you
are sending out MIDI note 64 or E4, each time you press the but
ton. The MIDI note numbers are given in Appendix D.
This button mode has many uses. You can use this mode to trigger samples, control lighting equipment, play keyboard notes and much more.
Note: When you press the button in note mode, the LCD display will briefly show
the note velocity.
4.7.1
MMC messages
To assign a button to an MMC function:
1.
2.
3.
Assign the button to MIDI CC number 149.
Press DATA LSB.
Enter a number from the chart on the following page to select the MMC message
you want:
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