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Midi sysex explained
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 17, 2014 1:29 am    Post subject: Midi sysex explained Reply with quote  Mark this post and the followings unread

Hi. Dont fully understand sysex, but i know that its hex numbers understood by a protocol... it sends information about machine ID, Midi channel etc.


what is "qq" and "pp"? and are there other options you can put at the end of a sysex code?

I am currently using Bome midi translator and im trying to convert on controller to another. I have a nanokontorl2 usb controller and i want it to output this from one of its pots:

B0 12 01
B0 12 02
B0 12 03
B0 12 04
B0 12 04
B0 12 05
B0 12 07
B0 12 08
B0 12 09
B0 12 0A
B0 12 0B
B0 12 0D
B0 12 0F
B0 12 11
B0 12 11
B0 12 14
B0 12 16
B0 12 18
B0 12 19
B0 12 1B
B0 12 1D
B0 12 1E
B0 12 20
B0 12 22
B0 12 25
B0 12 27
B0 12 29
B0 12 2C
B0 12 2E
B0 12 33
B0 12 35
B0 12 37
B0 12 3A
B0 12 3C
B0 12 3F
B0 12 41
B0 12 45
B0 12 4A
B0 12 4D
B0 12 51
B0 12 55
B0 12 5A
B0 12 61
B0 12 67
B0 12 6E
B0 12 72
B0 12 78
B0 12 7F


The problem is that in the "convert from usb nanokey out to midi translator out" line in midi translator i can only type in one code i.e. "B0 12 7F". Is there a way to tell it to take the whole range? i have seen that you can type in "pp" and "qq" in the end, are there other options?
Thanks:)
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