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Moog One Midi Learn Owner Manual
MOOG ONE MANUAL ADDENDUM
MIDI LEARN
MOOG ONE MIDI LEARN ADDENDUM
New MIDI functionality has been added to Moog One in this Firmware release. Specifically, new CC,
NRPN, and MIDI MAP options are available in the MIDI CONTROL OUTPUT parameter. In addition,
a LEARN MIDI CC function and an EDIT MIDI MAPPING feature have been added to the Moog One
SETTINGS page under the MIDI CONTROL category. Also, a complete list of all current MIDI NRPN
(Non-Registered Parameter Numbers) available for Moog One is included in this addendum.
MIDI CONTROL OUTPUT
This parameter specifies how Moog One Front Panel controls are expressed via outgoing MIDI.
There are three options.
CC: This option sends MIDI CC numbers when certain Front Panel controls are operated.
This is the default setting used by Moog One since Version 1.0.
MIDI MAP: This option sends MIDI CC numbers as specified by the assignments made using
the MIDI CC MAP, available using the LEARN MIDI CC and EDIT MIDI MAPPING features.
NRPN (Non-Registered Parameter Numbers): When this option is selected, operating
the Front Panel controls sends MIDI data as specified by the NRPN table included in
this document.
NOTE: When NRPN is selected, the ALWAYS SEND NRPN NUM option will appear in
the SETTINGS PARAMETER menu. When OFF, NRPN messages are sent according to the
MIDI specification, where messages are sent for the last NRPN number that was selected.
This reduces message traffic. When ON, the NRPN number is always sent before the
NRPN data message. Some products require this to function correctly. Using this option
makes Moog One NRPN output work with all products, but at the expense of increased
MIDI message traffic.
Press the SETTINGS button to open the Settings screen to the Global page. (If, for some reason,
the Global page is not open, press the GLOBAL Soft Button at the top left corner of the screen.)
Rotate the Master Encoder to highlight the MIDI CONTROL category, and press down on the
Master Encoder to select this category. Now rotate the Master Encoder to highlight the MIDI
CONTROL OUTPUT parameter, and use the MIDI CONTROL OUTPUT Soft Knob to scroll through
these three available options. The selected option will also appear next to the MIDI CONTROL OUTPUT
parameter in the SETTINGS PARAMETER menu above.
NOTE: MIDI IN messages are received and obey the MIDI CC MAP assignments; these
assignments override the default MIDI CC used by Moog One. The NRPN input always works
and is never overridden.
LEARN MIDI CC
This feature allows for fast and accurate mapping of MIDI CC messages to specific controls on the
Front Panel. Basically, once a control is selected, the next MIDI CC message received will be mapped to
that control. In this way you can quickly send and assign MIDI CC messages from a hardware controller,
a DAW program, etc.
ACCESSING THE LEARN MIDI CC
FEATURE:
Press the SETTINGS button to open
the Settings screen to the Global page.
Rotate the Master Encoder to highlight
the MIDI CONTROL category, and press
down on the Master Encoder to select this
category. Now rotate the Master Encoder
to highlight the LEARN MIDI CC feature,
and press down on the Master Encoder to
enter the LEARN MIDI CC dialog box.
SELECTING A CONTROLLED
PARAMETER:
The Controlled Parameter window is now
active. At this point, a blinking red dot
will appear in the far left of this window,
indicating Moog One is waiting for a Front
Panel control to be selected. Follow the
onscreen prompt, and operate the Front
Panel control that you wish to operate via
a MIDI CC.
ASSIGNING A MIDI CC NUMBER:
Once a Front Panel control has been
selected, (this example shows the
LADDER FILTER CUTOFF knob as having
been selected) the display will change to
show the MIDI CC NUMBER window as
active. The blinking red dot now indicates
that Moog One is listening for an incoming
MIDI CC number to assign to this control.
NOTE: 14-bit MIDI CC support is
automatically detected, but can be set to
7 with the RESOLUTION soft knob.
LEARN MIDI CC
(Continued)
LEARN MIDI CC OPTIONS:
The MIDI CC Number shown in the screen
is now assigned to the selected control, as
shown. The four Soft Buttons at the top
of the screen, and the Soft Knob at the
bottom provide additional options.
CANCEL: Pressing this Soft Button discards any edits or assignment that were made in this
session, and exits the LEARN MIDI CC feature.
CLEAR MAPPING: Pressing this Soft Button discards any edits or assignment that were
made in this session. The LEARN MIDI CC feature remains active so you can start over.
ADD MAPPING: Pressing this Soft Button places any edits or assignment that were made
in this session into a buffer, and returns the LEARN MIDI CC display to the CONTROLLED
PARAMETER window so additional control assignments may be made.
DONE: Pressing this Soft Button saves any edits or assignment that were made in this session,
and exits the LEARN MIDI CC feature.
RESOLUTION: Turning this Soft Knob selects between 7 and 14-bit MIDI resolution for the
currently selected MIDI CC.
OTHER LEARN MIDI CC MESSAGES:
When using the LEARN MIDI CC feature, if you select a Front Panel control that has already been
mapped using the LEARN MIDI CC feature, the complete mapping scheme will be shown. In this case,
you can use the CLEAR MAPPING Soft Button to remove the MIDI CC assignment for that control. In
addition, you may encounter one of these messages.
UNSUPPORTED PARAMETER FOR CC CONTROL: The Front Panel control selected does not
support MIDI CC at this time.
RESERVED CONTROLLER NUMBER X: The MIDI CC number selected (indicated by X) is reserved
for a different function. The MIDI CC NUMBER dialog box will remain active so a different MIDI CC
number may be chosen.
EDIT MIDI CC
EDIT MIDI MAPPING
Opening the EDIT MIDI MAPPING feature allows you to quickly see and edit any and all of the MIDI CC
control mappings, including those created using the LEARN MIDI CC feature. This feature allows for
fast and accurate editing of all MIDI CC assignments.
ACCESSING THE EDIT MIDI
MAPPING FEATURE:
Press the SETTINGS button to open the
Settings screen to the Global page. (If
the Global page is not open, press the
GLOBAL Soft Button at the top left corner
of the screen.) Rotate the Master Encoder
to highlight the MIDI CONTROL category,
and press down on the Master Encoder
to select this category. Now rotate the
Master Encoder to highlight the EDIT MIDI
MAPPING feature, and press down on the
Master Encoder to enter the EDIT MIDI
MAPPING screen.
EDITING THE MIDI CC MAP
ASSIGNMENTS:
The MIDI CC MAP screen is nearly identical
to the Modulation Matrix screen, using
the same concepts of lanes, and of
column with values controlled by their
corresponding Soft Knobs. The difference
here is that the MIDI CC Mappings do not
require switching to a second row to edit
the data. Here, you can freely edit the MIDI
CC NUMBER, RESOLUTION, CATEGORY,
and CONTROLLED PARAM (Parameter)
using the corresponding Soft Knobs at the
bottom of the screen.
NOTE: If a MIDI CC number that has been previously mapped to a different control is selected, then
the previous mapping will become unassigned after 500ms. This built-in delay allows the smooth
scrolling through all MIDI CC NUMBER values without causing any change in status.
NOTE: Conversely, if a Parameter has been previously mapped to a different MIDI CC number, then
the previous mapping will become unassigned after 500ms. This built-in delay allows the smooth
scrolling through all available CONTROLLED PARAM values without causing any change in status.
MIDI CC MAP ASSIGNMENTS
RESERVED MIDI CC MAP
ASSIGNMENTS:
Certain MIDI CC Numbers are reserved for
a specific function. When a reserved MIDI
CC number is selected, it will be indicated
by the word RESERVED in the second row
of the lane, and it cannot be edited.
ADDING AND DELETING MIDI CC
MAP ASSIGNMENTS:
Just as with the Modulation Matrix screen,
rotating the Master Encoder will highlight
different lanes (or slots). To add a new
MIDI CC assignment to the current MIDI
CC MAP, rotate the Master encoder to
highlight the first available empty lane,
and press down on the Master Encoder
to make that lane active and available
for editing. Create a new MIDI CC MAP
assignment using the four Soft Knobs at
the bottom of the screen, or press the
LEARN NEW Soft Button at the top left
corner of the screen to return to the LEARN MIDI CC feature and create a new assignment using that
method. To completely remove a previously assigned MIDI CC MAP item, highlight it using the Master
Encoder, and use the DELETE button to remove that lane; all subsequent lanes will be renumbered.
NRPN (NON-REGISTERED PARAMETER NUMBERS)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
LFO 1
WAVEFORM
451 (3, 67)
4291 (33, 67)
8131 (63, 67)
RATE FREE
463 (3, 79)
4303 (33, 79)
8143 (63, 79)
RATE SYNC’D
464 (3, 80)
4304 (33, 80)
8144 (63, 80)
TRI (0-4095)
PULSE (4096-8191)
SAW (8192-12287)
S&H (12288-16383)
64 (0-1365)
32 (1366-2730)
16 (2731-4095)
8 (4096-5460)
4 (5461-6826)
2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
1/2 (9557-10921)
1/4 (10922-12287)
1/8 (12288-13652)
1/16 (13653-15017)
1/32 (15018-16382)
1/64 (16383)
LFO 2
WAVEFORM
501 (3, 117)
4341 (33, 117)
8181 (63, 117)
RATE FREE
513 (4, 1)
4353 (34, 1)
8193 (64, 1)
RATE SYNC’D
514 (4, 2)
4354 (34, 2)
8194 (64, 2)
TRI (0-4095)
PULSE (4096-8191)
SAW (8192-12287)
S&H (12288-16383)
64 (0-1365)
32 (1366-2730)
16 (2731-4095)
8 (4096-5460)
4 (5461-6826)
2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
1/2 (9557-10921)
1/4 (10922-12287)
1/8 (12288-13652)
1/16 (13653-15017)
1/32 (15018-16382)
1/64 (16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
LFO 3
WAVEFORM
551 (4, 39)
4391 (34, 39)
8231 (64, 39)
RATE FREE
563 (4, 51)
4403 (34, 51)
8243 (64, 51)
RATE SYNC’D
564 (4, 52)
4404 (34, 52)
8244 (64, 52)
TRI (0-4095)
PULSE (4096-8191)
SAW (8192-12287)
S&H (12288-16383)
64 (0-1365)
32 (1366-2730)
16 (2731-4095)
8 (4096-5460)
4 (5461-6826)
2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
1/2 (9557-10921)
1/4 (10922-12287)
1/8 (12288-13652)
1/16 (13653-15017)
1/32 (15018-16382)
1/64 (16383)
LFO 4
WAVEFORM
601 (4, 89)
4441 (34, 89)
8281 (64, 89)
RATE FREE
613 (4, 101)
4453 (34, 101)
8293 (64, 101)
RATE SYNC’D
614 (4, 102)
4454 (34, 102)
8294 (64, 102)
TRI (0-4095)
PULSE (4096-8191)
SAW (8192-12287)
S&H (12288-16383)
64 (0-1365)
32 (1366-2730)
16 (2731-4095)
8 (4096-5460)
4 (5461-6826)
2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
1/2 (9557-10921)
1/4 (10922-12287)
1/8 (12288-13652)
1/16 (13653-15017)
1/32 (15018-16382)
1/64 (16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
OSCILLATOR 1
32’ (0-3276)
16’ (3277-6553)
8’ (6554-9829)
4’ (9830-13106)
2’ (13107-16383)
OCTAVE
152 (1, 24)
3992 (31, 24)
7832 (61, 24)
FREQUENCY
151 (1, 23)
3991 (31, 23)
7831 (61, 23)
BEAT
156 (1, 28)
3996 (31, 28)
7836 (61, 28)
SAW
158 (1, 30)
3998 (31, 30)
7838 (61, 30)
TRIANGLE
157 (1, 29)
3997 (31, 29)
7837 (61, 29)
300 (2, 44)
4140 (32, 44)
7980 (62, 44)
MIX
900 (7, 4)
4740 (37, 4)
8580 (67, 4)
WAVE
150 (1, 22)
3990 (31, 22)
7830 (61, 22)
TRI (0-8191)
SAW (8192-16383)
32’ (0-3276)
16’ (3277-6553)
8’ (6554-9829)
4’ (9830-13106)
2’ (13107-16383)
PULSE WIDTH
OSCILLATOR 2
OCTAVE
202 (1, 74)
4042 (31, 74)
7882 (61, 74)
FREQUENCY
201 (1, 73)
4041 (31, 73)
7881 (61, 73)
BEAT
206 (1, 78)
4046 (31, 78)
7886 (61, 78)
SAW
208 (1, 80)
4048 (31, 80)
7888 (61, 80)
TRIANGLE
207 (1, 79)
4047 (31, 79)
7887 (61, 79)
PULSE WIDTH
350 (2, 94)
4190 (32, 94)
8030 (62, 94)
904 (7, 8)
4744 (37, 8)
8584 (67, 8)
WAVE
200 (1, 72)
4040 (31, 72)
7880 (61, 72)
TRI (0-8191)
SAW (8192-16383)
HARD SYNC
217 (1, 89)
4057 (31, 89)
7897 (61, 89)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
MIX
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
OSCILLATOR 3
32’ (0-3276)
16’ (3277-6553)
8’ (6554-9829)
4’ (9830-13106)
2’ (13107-16383)
OCTAVE
252 (1, 124)
4092 (31, 124)
7932 (61, 124)
FREQUENCY
251 (1, 123)
4091 (31, 123)
7931 (61, 123)
BEAT
256 (2, 0)
4096 (32, 0)
7936 (62, 0)
SAW
258 (2, 2)
4098 (32, 2)
7938 (62, 2)
TRIANGLE
257 (2, 1)
4097 (32, 1)
7937 (62, 1)
400 (3, 16)
4240 (33, 16)
8080 (63, 16)
908 (7, 12)
4748 (37, 12)
8588 (67, 12)
250 (1, 122)
4090 (31, 122)
7930 (61, 122)
TRI (0-8191)
SAW (8192-16383)
267 (2, 11)
4107 (32, 11)
7947 (62, 11)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
PULSE WIDTH
MIX
WAVE
HARD SYNC
PITCH MODULATION
LFO 1 AMOUNT
850 (6, 82)
4690 (36, 82)
8530 (66, 82)
MOD EG AMOUNT
851 (6, 83)
4691 (36, 83)
8531 (66, 83)
52 (0, 52)
3892 (30, 52)
7732 (60, 52)
RING MOD
SOURCES
WAVEFORM MODULATION LFO 3
WAVE ANGLE
852 (6, 84)
4692 (36, 84)
8532 (66, 84)
PULSE WIDTH
853 (6, 85)
4693 (36, 85)
8533 (66, 85)
1-2 (0-8191)
2-3 (8192-16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
FREQUENCY MODULATION
FM AMOUNT
66 (0, 66)
3906 (30, 66)
7746 (60, 66)
ROUTE
65 (0, 65)
3905 (30, 65)
7745 (60, 65)
ATTACK
802 (6, 34)
4642 (36, 34)
8482 (66, 34)
RELEASE
805 (6, 37)
4645 (36, 37)
8485 (66, 37)
SUSTAIN
804 (6, 36)
4644 (36, 36)
8484 (66, 36)
801 (6, 33)
4641 (36, 33)
8481 (66, 33)
800 (6, 32)
4640 (36, 32)
8480 (66, 32)
DETUNE
1211 (9, 59)
5051 (39, 59)
8891 (69, 59)
MONO
1203 (9, 51)
5043 (39, 51)
8883 (69, 51)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
UNISON
1209 (9, 57)
5049 (39, 57)
8889 (69, 57)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
1-2 (0-5460)
1-3 (5461-10921)
3-1 (10922-16383)
NOISE
COLOR MIX
COLOR
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
RED-WHITE (0-5460)
RED-PURPLE (5461-10921)
WHITE-PURPLE (10922-16383)
POLYPHONY
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
MIXER
OSC 1 LEVEL
901 (7, 5)
4741 (37, 5)
8581 (67, 5)
OSC 1 SVF
902 (7, 6)
4742 (37, 6)
8582 (67, 6)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
OSC 1 LADDER
903 (7, 7)
4743 (37, 7)
8583 (67, 7)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
OSC 2 LEVEL
905 (7, 9)
4745 (37, 9)
8585 (67, 9)
OSC 2 SVF
906 (7, 10)
4746 (37, 10)
8586 (67, 10)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
OSC 2 LADDER
907 (7, 11)
4747 (37, 11)
8587 (67, 11)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
OSC 3 LEVEL
909 (7, 13)
4749 (37, 13)
8589 (67, 13)
OSC 3 SVF
910 (7, 14)
4750 (37, 14)
8590 (67, 14)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
OSC 3 LADDER
911 (7, 15)
4751 (37, 15)
8591 (67, 15)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
RING MOD LEVEL
912 (7, 16)
4752 (37, 16)
8592 (67, 16)
RING MOD SVF
913 (7, 17)
4753 (37, 17)
8593 (67, 17)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
RING MOD LADDER
914 (7, 18)
4754 (37, 18)
8594 (67, 18)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
NOISE LEVEL
915 (7, 19)
4755 (37, 19)
8595 (67, 19)
NOISE SVF
916 (7, 20)
4756 (37, 20)
8596 (67, 20)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
NOISE LADDER
917 (7, 21)
4757 (37, 21)
8597 (67, 21)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
FILTERS
SVF CUTOFF
950 (7, 54)
4790 (37, 54)
8630 (67, 54)
SVF RESONANCE
952 (7, 56)
4792 (37, 56)
8632 (67, 56)
LADDER CUTOFF
1150 (8, 126)
4990 (38, 126)
8830 (68, 126)
1152 (9, 0)
4992 (39, 0)
8832 (69, 0)
1103 (8, 79)
4943 (38, 79)
8783 (68, 79)
LADDER
RESONANCE
MIX
SVF MODE
958 (7, 62)
4798 (37, 62)
8638 (67, 62)
LP (0-4095)
HP (4096-8191)
BP (8192-12287)
NOTCH (12288-16383)
ROUTE
1102 (8, 78)
4942 (38, 78)
8782 (68, 78)
SER (0-8191)
PAR (8192-16383)
LADDER MODE
1158 (9, 6)
4998 (39, 6)
8838 (69, 6)
LP (0-8191)
HP (8192-16383)
4999 (39, 7)
8839 (69, 7)
6dB (0-4095)
12db(4096-8191)
18dB (8192-12287)
24dB (12288-16383)
LADDER SLOPE
1159 (9, 7)
CUTOFF MODULATION
SVF LFO 2 AMOUNT
955 (7, 59)
4795 (37, 59)
8635 (67, 59)
SVF EG AMOUNT
954 (7, 58)
4794 (37, 58)
8634 (67, 58)
SVF FM AMOUNT
956 (7, 60)
4796 (37, 60)
8636 (67, 60)
LADDER LFO 2
AMOUNT
1155 (9, 3)
4995 (39, 3)
8835 (69, 3)
LADDER EG
AMOUNT
1154 (9, 2)
4994 (39, 2)
8834 (69, 2)
LADDER FM
AMOUNT
1156 (9, 4)
4996 (39, 4)
8836 (69, 4)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
FILTER ENVELOPE
ATTACK FREE
667 (5, 27)
4507 (35, 27)
8347 (65, 27)
DECAY FREE
669 (5, 29)
4509 (35, 29)
8349 (65, 29)
RELEASE FREE
670 (5, 30)
4510 (35, 30)
8350 (65, 30)
1/64 (0-1365)
1/32 (1366-2730)
1/16 (2731-4095)
1/8 (4096-5460)
1/4 (5461-6826)
1/2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
2 (9557-10921)
4 (10922-12287)
8 (12288-13652)
16 (13653-15017)
32 (15018-16382)
64 (16383)
ATTACK SYNC’D
672 (5, 32)
4512 (35, 32)
8352 (65, 32)
DECAY SYNC’D
674 (5, 34)
4514 (35, 34)
8354 (65, 34)
RELEASE SYNC’D
675 (5, 35)
4515 (35, 35)
8355 (65, 35)
SUSTAIN
652 (5, 12)
4492 (35, 12)
8332 (65, 12)
MULTI TRIG
659 (5, 19)
4499 (35, 19)
8339 (65, 19)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
SYNC
660 (5, 20)
4500 (35, 20)
8340 (65, 20)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LOOP
661 (5, 21)
4501 (35, 21)
8341 (65, 21)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LATCH
662 (5, 22)
4502 (35, 22)
8342 (65, 22)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
AMPLIFIER ENVELOPE
ATTACK FREE
717 (5, 77)
4557 (35, 77)
8397 (65, 77)
DECAY FREE
719 (5, 79)
4559 (35, 79)
8399 (65, 79)
RELEASE FREE
720 (5, 80)
4560 (35, 80)
8400 (65, 80)
1/64 (0-1365)
1/32 (1366-2730)
1/16 (2731-4095)
1/8 (4096-5460)
1/4 (5461-6826)
1/2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
2 (9557-10921)
4 (10922-12287)
8 (12288-13652)
16 (13653-15017)
32 (15018-16382)
64 (16383)
ATTACK SYNC’D
722 (5, 82)
4562 (35, 82)
8402 (65, 82)
DECAY SYNC’D
724 (5, 84)
4564 (35, 84)
8404 (65, 84)
RELEASE SYNC’D
725 (5, 85)
4565 (35, 85)
8405 (65, 85)
SUSTAIN
702 (5, 62)
4542 (35, 62)
8382 (65, 62)
MULTI TRIG
709 (5, 69)
4549 (35, 69)
8389 (65, 69)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
SYNC
710 (5, 70)
4550 (35, 70)
8390 (65, 70)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LOOP
711 (5, 71)
4551 (35, 71)
8391 (65, 71)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LATCH
712 (5, 72)
4552 (35, 72)
8392 (65, 72)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
NRPN
(Continued)
SYNTH 1
SYNTH 2
SYNTH 3
OPTIONS OR CONTINUOUS
MODULATION ENVELOPE
ATTACK FREE
767 (5, 127)
4607 (35, 127)
8447 (65, 127)
DECAY FREE
769 (6, 1)
4609 (36, 1)
8449 (66, 1)
RELEASE FREE
770 (6, 2)
4610 (36, 2)
8450 (66, 2)
1/64 (0-1365)
1/32 (1366-2730)
1/16 (2731-4095)
1/8 (4096-5460)
1/4 (5461-6826)
1/2 (6827-8191)
1 (8192-9556)
2 (9557-10921)
4 (10922-12287)
8 (12288-13652)
16 (13653-15017)
32 (15018-16382)
64 (16383)
ATTACK SYNC’D
772 (6, 4)
4612 (36, 4)
8452 (66, 4)
DECAY SYNC’D
774 (6, 6)
4614 (36, 6)
8454 (66, 6)
RELEASE SYNC’D
775 (6, 7)
4615 (36, 7)
8455 (66, 7)
SUSTAIN
752 (5, 112)
4592 (35, 112)
8432 (65, 112)
MULTI TRIG
759 (5, 119)
4599 (35, 119)
8439 (65, 119)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
SYNC
760 (5, 120)
4600 (35, 120)
8440 (65, 120)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LOOP
761 (5, 121)
4601 (35, 121)
8441 (65, 121)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LATCH
762 (5, 122)
4602 (35, 122)
8442 (65, 122)
OFF (0-8191)
ON (8192-16383)
LEVEL
50 (0, 50)
3890 (30, 50)
7730 (60, 50)
51 (0, 51)
3891 (30, 51)
7731 (60, 51)
VCA
PAN
OUTPUT
MASTER VOLUME
1 (0, 1)
HEADPHONES
2 (0, 2)
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