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Deckard's Dream
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Author Deckard's Dream
Pando
ndf wrote:
Does anyone know or have access to the information on the Deckard's Dream MIDI implementation?

I have seen a controller message list posted somewhere, but that does not seem to be a complete listing confused For example: How to flip in and out of panel mode? How to load or save an entire patch?


Those features aren't implemented via MIDI, as far as I know. What's implemented has been published on the CC controller listing.

http://deckardsdream.com/downloads/DD-MIDI-CHART-REV1.0.pdf

There are two more CC# that are not on this list:
Sustain-I-II switch CC#9
Sustain Slider CC#10
ndf
Pando wrote:

There are two more CC# that are not on this list:
Sustain-I-II switch CC#9
Sustain Slider CC#10


Thanks for the update. I'm pretty sure the panel mode switch is in midi somewhere - I'm 57% sure a mellotron M4000 mini will flip the DDRM between bank and panel by moving the A/B mix knob - unfortunately it's not documented either and I don't have one to test confused
Pando
ndf wrote:
Pando wrote:

There are two more CC# that are not on this list:
Sustain-I-II switch CC#9
Sustain Slider CC#10


Thanks for the update. I'm pretty sure the panel mode switch is in midi somewhere - I'm 57% sure a mellotron M4000 mini will flip the DDRM between bank and panel by moving the A/B mix knob - unfortunately it's not documented either and I don't have one to test confused


Banks and patches can be changed with a standard bank change and program change MIDI commands. But if you discover the Panel <> Bank mode switch, please do let us know smile
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