Using Sysex to Change Multi Receive Channels Per Part

Last Update: 06/25/2014

NOTE: This procedure is for advanced MIDI users.

An example of changing a receive channel per part would be:


00-0F = Part (Track) 1-16

00-0F, 7F = 1-16 and Off

Part 1 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.00.03.01.F7 = Receive channel changed to 2.

Part 1 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.00.03.02.F7 = Receive channel changed to 3.

Part 2 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.01.03.01.F7 = Receive channel changed to 2.

Part 2 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.01.03.02.F7 = Receive channel changed to 3.

Part 3 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.02.03.01.F7 = Receive channel changed to 2.

Part 3 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.02.03.02.F7 = Receive channel changed to 3.

Part 4 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.03.03.01.F7 = Receive channel changed to 2.

Part 4 = F0.43.10.7F.00.37.03.03.02.F7 = Receive channel changed to 3.

Parts 1-16 would be:


00 - 1    08 - 9

01 - 2    09 - 10
02 - 3    0A - 11
03 - 4    0B - 12
04 - 5    0C - 13
05 - 6    0D - 14
06 - 7    0E - 15
07 - 8    0F - 16

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