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  1. dave
  2. Sherlock Holmes The Voice
  3. MX Series Synthesizers
  4. Saturday, 02 April 2016
Hi there

I am wondering how to send the MX Audio out via the USB to host interface into an audio channel in cubase.

I know I choose MX voices in Cubase probably record them into Cubase that way (and then render them into audio within Cubase) however I am wanting to record using one of the perfromances which is probably hard to set up in Cubase.

Hope this makes sense.

(I know I can use a separate audio interface to recived the MX audio and then in to Cubase, however I am trying to cut this box out and just do it directly via the USB-Host cable.

thanks

David
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Hi There!

When you say "STORE the program" - are you talking about storing a perfromance or storing a voice? Or is the something else besides a user voice or a performance that can be stored on the MX?

Is it easier to do this foot controller assignments using the melas voice editor?

Up till now I've only used vycro for performave editing...but it sounds like for foot controller assignments it might be easier to do through the melas editor as I don't seem to be having much luck via the front panel (with anything other than default expression...)

thanks

Dave
  1. more than a month ago
  2. MX Series Synthesizers
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Hi There!

Just following on from a response from the Bad Mister on 20 May 2016 in "Audio via USB discussion"

When you say "STORE the program" - are you talking about storing a performance or storing a voice? Or is there something else besides a user voice or a performance that can be stored on the MX?

Is it easier to do this foot controller assignments using the melas voice editor?

Up till now I've only used vycro for performance editing...but it sounds like for foot controller assignments it might be easier to do through the melas editor as I don't seem to be having much luck via the front panel (with anything other than default expression...)

thanks

Dave
  1. more than a month ago
  2. MX Series Synthesizers
  3. # 2
Bad Mister
Yamaha
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Yes, we are talking about editing the Voice (not the Performance), to make such a change you will need the Voice Editor (not the Performance Editor). The Edit is deep within the Voice engine where you can assign Element level parameters to controllers. The parameters necessary are not available from the front panel of MX and are only available in the Voice Editor.

In the attached screenshot you can see the Melas Voice Editor... I used a Synth Lead Voice called "Wind Synth". I reduced the Common VOLUME to 0 (this biases the volume output to the position of the controller).
I reprogrammed it so FC2 is assigned in CONTROL SET #2 to control COMMON VOLUME. (I changed the Portamento Time assigned to the Ribbon Controller... This Voice taken from the Motif XS had Ribbon Control assignment)

By setting the overall Voice VOLUME to 0 the position of the pedal will now mimic the output. When Heel Down you hear minimum, when Toe Down you hear maximum.

If you have made your:
FC1 = 04[FootCtrl]
FC2 = 04[FootCtrl]
This will work. You'll need the Melas Voice Editor.
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