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It is not possible to control a arranger track cubase with MIDI command because the development of Cubase do not design this. But it is possible to launch point of arranger track with an Ipad and aplication Cubase Ic Pro which can launch different point of this arranger track on the fly. Also this change not impact to playing (order for change index of ...


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As the specification tells you, the first data byte is the controller number, and the second byte is the controller value. As the specification also tells you, controller 91 usually is the reverb send level.


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So sorry, but you can't. NOTHING in the world sounds like a B-3+Leslie. I have heard ALL the so-called "electronic" and "digital" fakers, and anyone who cannot pick out a fake either is not a musician, has no ear, or simply is uninformed about a real, live B-3+Leslie sound. You might get "close" and that may be good enough for you, but don't fool ...


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Hmm, I cannot get map to do anything, so without diving through the source code, who knows. However! If you have a soundfont file, the bank and number configuration entries appear to do the trick via the following in ~/share/timidity/timidity.cfg: dir /home/jdoe/share/timidity/inst bank 0 0 %font tabla_drums.sf2 0 0 1 %font tabla_drums.sf2 0 0 ... 127 %font ...


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Yes there is, it's called a computer :-) Like you said, you have an USB MIDI controller. This type of device is designed to be connected to a USB host, i.e. (in general) a computer and used with a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software. However you can install a MIDI (standard) port in your computer connecting also to a USB port. The Roland/Edirol UM-1 ...


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MIDI isn't sound, it's just information about when keys were pressed (and some other info). If you're connecting via MIDI then you can't get the on-board sounds. If you want the sound off the keyboard, you need to connect via audio connections.


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To answer the first part, no, Macs do not inherently present any latency. CoreAudio is a rock solid, extremely low overhead and one of the main reasons people go for Macs for audio. I get < 2ms latency in Ableton with my Apogee Duet. Your latency is most likely coming from the interface. There's probably some external editor with either a buffer size or ...



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