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    Midi Program Changes with GS FX

    Hi to all,
    OK ..(I only use one effect, on one instrument, and that is chorus for the Rhodes piano.) ..I wish to change effects in Gstudio by MIDI, which is to say, select chorus #3 or preset #3, and at the end of the song select a preset with nothing in it, or at least turn the existing preset off. How do you do that?
    I would take the option of \"Bypass\", however there doesn\'t appear to be a way of using midi to do this.
    Any ideas gratefully accepted..
    Regards
    Bryan

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    Re: Midi Program Changes with GS FX

    Good question! I don\'t think there is a way you can change the preset no. It would be nice to have it!
    However, if you can record exactly the different parameter between two preset #. This way, you could use MIDI-CC (control events in seq) to change them at realtime. Make sure you don\'t get pops or clicks, maybe it is a reason that giga doesn\'t allow to change it?
    For the bypass, I have no idea how! try the ctrl Dry & Wet options.

    Well, just a workaround, you could have it as the control template like SysEx, which is included in your new projects.
    Hope this helps,
    Long


    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bryan:
    Hi to all,
    OK ..(I only use one effect, on one instrument, and that is chorus for the Rhodes piano.) ..I wish to change effects in Gstudio by MIDI, which is to say, select chorus #3 or preset #3, and at the end of the song select a preset with nothing in it, or at least turn the existing preset off. How do you do that?
    I would take the option of \"Bypass\", however there doesn\'t appear to be a way of using midi to do this.
    Any ideas gratefully accepted..
    Regards
    Bryan
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


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