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Midi Monitor

Hi Glenn
I am not sure what a midi monitor is(software or
hardware?)but i would be very interested in using this
as well.
Share your experiences!

--- Glenn Finerman <GFinerman@opticonUSA.com> wrote:
> Hi;
> Not possible for a midi echo as you describe..
> again, this problem is
> happening with only one midi device connected
> between the FCB1010 and the
> EDP.
> Of course, I can resolve the problem by just making
> the EDP the first device
> in the midi chain, but that would still leave me
> with the haunting question
> of "why is this happening"!!!
> I think Claude's suggestion of using a midi monitor
> is an excellent idea,
> I'll try and locate one for my PC. Would be a useful
> tool to have anyway.
> Glenn Fin
> The midi devices in my (live guitar rig) rack are;
> Mesa Triaxis
> TC Fireworx
> TC G-force
> Two EDP's
> Repeater
> Eventide Eclipse
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jlucas@neoprimitive.net
> [mailto:jlucas@neoprimitive.net] 
> Sent: Friday, January 23, 2004 8:14 AM
> To: loopers-delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: FCB1010 EDP MIDI thru problem?
> Make sure there's no MIDI echo happening.  I'm not
> sure how this would
> happen with
> hardware, but I know that Cakewalk Sonar
> automatically defaults to MIDI
> Echo: Automatic,
> which means that whatever track you have highlighted
> (selected) receives the
> signal
> from any MIDI input and transmits it to the MIDI
> output defined by the
> track.  Because
> of the way I have things set up this means that, if
> I accidentally leave the
> track selected when I'm playing along with a
> sequence, when I press a button
> on 
> the FCB1010 it sends the signal to the EDP and then
> immediately sends it
> again through
> Sonar, which causes the kinds of problems you're
> describing.  
> What multi-FX box are you using?  Including that
> would probably go a long
> way towards
> getting help on the list.
> -J
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Glenn Finerman <GFinerman@opticonUSA.com>
> Sent: Jan 23, 2004 10:57 AM
> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: FCB1010 EDP MIDI thru problem?
> Hey folks...
> Just searched through the archives to see if I'm the
> only one who's
> experienced this odd problem... apparently I am
> (yikes!!) 
> I'm using the Behringer FCB1010 to control a pair of
> EDP's using midi note
> on/off info.
> If I connect the FCB1010 midi out directly into the
> EDP's midi in,
> everything works fine...
> But if the midi out from the FCB1010 first goes into
> one of the midi devices
> (multi fx) in my rack, then I use the device's midi
> thru to feed the EDP,
> the EDP doesn't respond and will sometimes do
> strange things like go into
> parameter mode when I try and send a note message...
> I can't believe this is happening! And it's driving
> me crazy... help!!!
> Any ideas? Anyone? Please??
> Glenn Fin


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