Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

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davidrsimpson
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Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

Post by davidrsimpson » Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:56 am

Hi,

I'm trying to change the pitch bend range of my Model D reissue via Sysex but I can't get it to take. Have I misunderstood this functionality? The Sysex I am sending is the following:

F0 04 15 00 14 05 00 0C F7

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks.

Markyboard
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Re: Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

Post by Markyboard » Mon Oct 15, 2018 10:03 am

It looks like you're trying to set the pitch bend value to 12 decimal (0C Hex) which is the default. So no change. Try a different / lower value like 5 for example. Otherwise your message appears to be correct.

F0 04 15 00 14 05 00 05 F7

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Re: Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

Post by Minimooger » Sat Oct 20, 2018 5:47 am

davidrsimpson wrote:Hi,

I'm trying to change the pitch bend range of my Model D reissue via Sysex but I can't get it to take. Have I misunderstood this functionality? The Sysex I am sending is the following:

F0 04 15 00 14 05 00 0C F7

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks.

Be aware that this affects only the MIDI pitchbend . It does not change the actual pitchbend on the minimoog undless you use that additional board.

Markyboard
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Re: Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

Post by Markyboard » Sun Oct 21, 2018 7:00 am

Minimooger wrote:
Be aware that this affects only the MIDI pitchbend . It does not change the actual pitchbend on the minimoog undless you use that additional board.
I didn't realize this (I have the original only). But being a re-issue this makes sense.

davidrsimpson
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Re: Model D reissue pitch bend range via Sysex

Post by davidrsimpson » Mon Oct 29, 2018 3:32 pm

Thanks guys, that's very helpful.

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