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    Question about program changes with controller?

    Question about program changes are they one way directional? Or can these be assigned both ways up n down? (Separate cc's for up, and down? )


    Is it possible my keyboard (pc's keyboard) can be used as a cc for up n down patch changes?
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    Re: Question about program changes with controller?

    Bobbybland,

    I believe you also have a Motif XS as I do. Have you gotten the program change / MIDI learn to work with Omnisphere and the Motif?
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    Re: Question about program changes with controller?

    Hey Sean,
    I can only go north or south (up or down) but I can't seem to go both ways.If you right click the arrow in the patch browser or multi browser at the bottom.You can assign a (midi program change learn) function to one of the arrows,but it only works one way direction or so it seems..Btw.. Have fun in Mexico brother.. Careful with drinking the water down there.. It can make ya sick.. Bring some bottled water ! Congrats and have a blast.
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