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Subject: FW: [AH] Jupiter 6 and MIDI

From: "Verschut, Ricardo" <ricardo.verschut@...>
Date: 2000-12-11

-----Original Message-----
From: royce [mailto:rrooyyccee@...]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 5:24 AM
To: analogue@...
Subject: Re: [AH] Jupiter 6 and MIDI

This as already been written about, but here's a tip.

In you software sequencer (if you use one), in your
default, blank sequences embed in channel one an omni
off and poly on signal. These are control change
numbers 124 and 127.

Before recording your sequence, press play and feed
these messages into the jp6.

I have one of the earlier jp6's, which is
midi-dysfunctional but can be cooperative given the
right circumstances.

--- Doug <umstechi@...> wrote:
> > "Bradford Allen" <bradforda@...> wrote:
> >
> > >I have a Jupiter-6 that I want to use in my MIDI
> setup but I'm
> > >a little confused as to how to assign it's MIDI
> receive channel.
> > >It seems to always recieve in omni mode.
> If you plug the midi out to the midi in of the JP-6
> and turn it on this
> disables omni mode, with the lower half of the split
> receiving channel 2
> and the upper half recieving channel 1. (Yes! it's
> bi-timbral.. now if
> only those europa boys would make a hack that allows
> each channel it's own
> output)
> Oh, you cannot change the receive channel numbers,
> as far as I know,
> unless you have something like one of those Anatek
> pocketfilter boxes.
> Hope this helps,
> Doug

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