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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2019 3:52 am 
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Hello.

Selecting banks in the expression pull-down and track pane.

How? What's involved?


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Much earlier, when I pull'd down "bank", I use to see "[0, 0-32, etc]." Not anymore.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:25 pm 
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I figured it out.

.ini files that have banks enabled/added need to be pointed to (options/instrument). Roland GS and Yamaha XG ini files, included in .OVE4, have banks.

(((((
Decades ago, I use to use a JV1080 and Triton. I would open MIDI files with a 'sys ex' included and that sys ex would set things automatically without me knowing what it did or how. I would be able to see bank options in ove.4 expression pulldowns.

When I use to be able to see bank options in my expression pulldowns (as sys ex set it), the options weren't the 'GS Capital or var#1...9' headings. It would show the 4 banks categories ("[normal, 0, 32, etc]").
))))

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Also note...

ini. files are edited simply with WIN notepad.

One changes the instrument defs (at bottom) and then each heading pointed to by those new defs to same new name.

Then one changes any of the entries (under the headings) and those will now show up in the host (notation or sequencer).

(Import thru: "options/instrument/define/import")


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