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Subject: FW: [AH] Midi on MKS-80

From: "Verschut, Ricardo" <ricardo.verschut@...>
Date: 2001-03-08

-----Original Message-----
From: royce [mailto:rrooyyccee@...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2001 8:52 PM
To: media@...; Shawn Cleary
Cc: analogue@...
Subject: Re: [AH] Midi on MKS-80

Modwheel can control filter cutoff. This is done by
switching mod wheel from vibrato (no more hendrix
solos). Smoother control than sysex control, which is
also possible.

--- media@... wrote:
> At 7:35 AM -0500 03/07/01, Shawn Cleary wrote:
> >hi,
> >
> >Can someone tell me about the midi on the MKS-80?
> Yes, I'm sure quite a few people could, as it's the
> only way to play one :)
> >I realize its probably limited because of the age
> but says
> >>it receives velocity and pressure sensitivity.
> They are correct. It can receive velocity and
> channel aftertouch.
> >Do the knobs on the MPG-80 send midi sysex like the
> Juno 106?
> That's a good question. I believe they send very
> similar data. I don't
> have an MPG-80, and this issue is not addressed in
> the service notes. I
> would get software like Kurzweil's MIDIScope and
> look at it.
> >Is there a way to control the cutoff (standard midi
> cc #74 I believe), or
> >>in other words, have the cutoff receive when
> controlled via an external
> >>keyboard or sequencer. Please email me the midi
> info details.
> Yes, you can assign the LPF cutoff frequency to
> aftertouch.

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