Can you edit Minitaur's CC implementation?

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Can you edit Minitaur's CC implementation?

Post by wrelzein » Thu Mar 05, 2020 12:12 pm

I'm thinking about getting a Minituar and am wondering if you can edit any of its MIDI CC implementation? For example, can you edit the CC for the filter? I want to know because I'd like to use it with some keyboards where I can't map the knobs (like the Bass Station 2). I've checked out the manuals and am not thinking so, but I also realize the Minitaur has gone through a lot of changes over the years so things may be different. Much appreciated.
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Re: Can you edit Minitaur's CC implementation?

Post by MC » Sat Mar 07, 2020 4:10 pm

CCs cannot be changed as of firmware v2.x.

The Minitaur is hardly alone. Frankly the best way to address this is to use a proper MIDI controller whose controllers can be assigned.
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Re: Can you edit Minitaur's CC implementation?

Post by mfl » Wed Dec 09, 2020 6:11 pm

CC implemenentation can be changed via SysEx.

https://api.moogmusic.com/sites/default ... mmands.zip
Set MIDI CC Map:
F0 04 08 18 [xx] [yy] 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 [mapping data] F7
future update will allow arbitrary mapping of parameters to MIDI CCs via SysEx.
Documentation will be forthcoming at a later time. ;)

I never could find the documentation about that SysEx but it's usable. Here's what I managed to sort out using the Editor plugged into C6 (no UI to modify the CC implementation but this SysEx is also used for CV mappings).

[xx] [yy] : unknown, leave as '00 00'
[mapping data] : 01 00 [CC num] [internal param num]

[CC num] : any number between 01 and 7F except 78, 79 and 7B which are reserved for CV mappings. 00 = no CC mapping

internal params num list:
01: aEG Attack
02: aEG Decay
03: aEG Sustain
04: aEG Release
05: fEG Attack
06: fEG Decay
07: fEG Sustain
08: fEG Release
09: VCO1 Level
0A: VCO2 Level
0B: VCO1 Waveform
0C: VCO2 Waveform
0D: VCO2 Frequency
0E: VCO2 Beat Frequency
0F: VCO Gate Reset
11: Filter Cutoff Frequency
12: Filter Resonance
13: Filter EG Amount
14: Filter Keyboard Amount
15: Filter Velocity Sensitivity
16: Volume Velocity Sensitivity
17: Trigger Mode
18: Release
19: Key Priority
1B: LFO Rate
1C: LFO clock divider
1D: LFO MIDI Sync
1E: LFO KB Trigger
22: Filter LFO Amount
23: Pitch LFO Amount
24: Bend Up Amount
25: Bend Down Amount
26: Glide
27: Legato Glide
28: Glide Rate
29: Glide Type
3A: VCA Output Level
3B: Ext Input Level
41: Mod Wheel
(missing the param numbers for Filter EG Delay, Filter EG Hold and Amp EG Hold)

more than 1 CC num can be mapped to a parameter and more than 1 parameters can be mapped to the same CC.
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Re: Can you edit Minitaur's CC implementation?

Post by Montfrooij » Wed Dec 30, 2020 6:58 pm

Thanks man!

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