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Viewing topic "change voice in moxf6 en moxf8 in one time"

     
Posted on: January 11, 2024 @ 09:47 AM
johpat
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Hello,

One song I want on my moxf8 piano sound and on the moxf6 Duck lead sound then the other song will be my moxf8 Ens mix (strings) and on moxf6 clavinet. and so on…

How can I set it up, I can only change that change with 1 push of a button?

(With use of midicabels)

greeting
John

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Posted on: January 11, 2024 @ 01:21 PM
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johpat - 11 January 2024 09:47 AM

One song I want on my moxf8 piano sound and on the moxf6 Duck lead sound then the other song will be my moxf8 Ens mix (strings) and on moxf6 clavinet. and so on… How can I set it up, I can only change that change with 1 push of a button?

Hi John,

You can program your song setups using the Zone function in Master mode on one of your keyboards (the other keyboard stays in Voice Play mode). Each setup can be stored in a separate Master memory bank.

Selecting a Master program on the controlling keyboard can call up the desired voice for the internal tone generator, and simultaneously send Bank MSB/LSB and Program Change messages to the external instrument. There are many parameters involved, but when set up properly, it will do exactly what you’re asking for.

On the controlling keyboard:
1: Press the [Master] button to enter Master Play mode.
2: Select the Master program (USR: 001-128) you want to edit.
3: Press the [Job] button.
4: Press [F1] (INIT) and Initialize All settings of the Master program.
5: Press [Exit] to return to Master Play mode.
6: Press [F2] (MEMORY) and select “Voice” mode and the desired Voice bank/number for this instrument.
7: Press [F3] (ZONE SW) and set ZoneSwitch=On.
8: Press the [Edit] button to enter Master Edit mode.
9: Press the [1]-[4] buttons to enter Zone Edit and select Zones 1-4.
10: Press [F1] (TRANS).
11: Set IntSw=On for Zone 1 and IntSw=Off for Zone 2
12: Set ExtSw=Off for Zone 1 and Zone 2
13: Press [F3] (TX SW).
14: Select all items for Zone 1.
15: Select only “Bank (MIDI)” and “PC (MIDI)” for Zone 2.
16: Press [F4] (PRESET).
17: Select BankMSB, BankLSB and PgmChange values for your external instrument on Zone 2.
18: Press the [Common] button and set a name for your program.
19: Press the [Store] button to memorize your settings.

Zone 1 should now represent the internal tone generator, while Zone 2 represents the external instrument. Note that in Master mode, the front panel behaves differently to Voice Play mode.

I don’t have a MOXF to verify the details. If I’ve missed something, hopefully, you still get the idea. Please refer to the Owner’s Manual (p.57-58) and the Master Mode section of the Reference Manual (p.128-132).

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Posted on: January 12, 2024 @ 01:20 AM
johpat
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Joined  10-08-2003
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Henry thanks a lot for your answer, i shall analyze what you write.
Thanks
Regard
John

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