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Create Scenes Using Presets and Sysex. - MIDI Designer Q&A

Create Scenes Using Presets and Sysex.

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asked Oct 11, 2017 in Advanced by danamil (190 points)
edited Oct 12, 2017 by danamil
You have to study the MIDI messages that are going out, which the Log is good for. Or you could connect to a Mac and use Snoize MIDI monitor. So that's one thing of two. The second is that you could try the legacy throttle. Or was it the vintage throttle? Here is it now:

Circle back and let me know what happens, please. Also note that you can take a screenshot by hitting a chord with the home button and the on/off button.

Thanks so much for the reply!

We solved the issue in a different way, although I suspect your answer is also a correct one. We were using a wired midi interface, one of the cheap ones. We switched to Wireless Bluetooth (which is pretty cool) and it works fantastic! Much faster then the wired version and the scene select is immediate, vs a slight delay using the wired version. We are up and running!  

I'm going to check out your suggestion as well, we won't always be wireless.

thanks again
Thanks, great to hear, good luck!