Hi, Renoise user for a year, first time poster. Just had to give up on the DIY method and ask for help If someone can help me I’d be forever in their Debt
Using a Casio XW-P1 with Renoise and wanting to use the onboard sounds through Midi OUT to USB. I seem to be having issues with Bank number/Channel/Program Number as I can only seem to load General Midi sounds, and no the XW/User configured sounds on the synth.
Hey, thanks for getting back to me. I’m sorry, I completely forgot to add that info. As far as I can remember I’m using Renoise 2.8 on Mac. I’m not home right now so will confirm in an hour or so I’ll have a look through those links when I’m home and double check. If it helps, I can scroll through the General Midi sounds just fine, it’s just any custom sounds or XW sounds I can’t seem to get
Just to confirm. I am on 2.8 64 Bit on OS X 10.9.1
Also; just had a go with an XP Virtual Machine on Renoise 2.8.1 and issue is still there. Had a look through those links and unfortunately couldn’t find an answer. Would the easiest method be to downgrade Renoise? />
Edit: Also, I’ve tried the Renoise 2.5 Demo to see if that makes a difference. But that’s still a no go. Beginning to feel like I’m either being extremely stupid or just genuinely missing something/not understanding something. And I think it’s to do with how Renoise does the Bank selection:
LSB / MSB stands for Least significant Bit and Most Significant Bit.
In a lot of configurations, these can be se(n)t separate but in Renoise you have to manually put / calculate all of this in the same value before you send it. I’m not sure if some devices actally require a specific order of receiving MSB / LSB, that is perhaps indeed where MIDIOX does the trick. I personally have not tried working with these figures extensively. The only midi keyboard i have that could receive this kind of info broke down on midi communication before i even got my hands on it.