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Re: Different Sequencer question

Hello Mr. Bill,

I am a very humble music enthusiast from North-East India and I know very
little about the stuffs which are discussed here but I think you are
probably talking about 'system exclusive messages'. You should find
information about implementation of this messages in the manual of your
sound source- in this case, the orbit. (Sorry! I am hearing that name for
the first time and would like to know more about it) In Cakewalk, you can
also store this messages in the system exclusive banks which are provided
just for this purpose.

regards to all,

-----Original Message-----
From: Crossedout@aol.com <Crossedout@aol.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2000 3:27 AM
Subject: OT: Different Sequencer question

>Question for the more sequencer-savvy -
>I am working with a laptop running Cakewalk (version 4.5, just to be
>specific, but I can upgrade to version 8 or 9 if neccessary) and trying to
>run sequences into an EMU Orbit.
>The question is, I've heard about messages that are sent at the beginning
>a track that would tell the Orbit what patches to use on each channel 
>bass on channel 1, drums on channel 2, etc.). What are these messages
>and how does one implement them?
>Thanks much - the more in depth I get with midi, the more I regret not
>starting to investigate it when I had access to lots of midi-heads to
>stupid questions like this!!!
>- Bill