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Anyone have a link to midifx.txt ?

 
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InductiveOne



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:14 pm    Post subject: Anyone have a link to midifx.txt ? Reply with quote

I am working on something with m4l. While looking up sysex values in 'RADIAS_MIDIimp.pdf' I've noticed a few references to 'midifx.txt', which I imagine is a list of all the sysex for the different fx types depending on the type selected.

If you look at page 32 of the pdf under section *T04-2, that is what I'm talking about. Anybody happen to have a link to this file? Would save me the time of figuring it out with a sysex monitor.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 11:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are three sections to the 'RADIAS_MIDIimp.pdf' document.

1. Transmitted Data
2. Recognized Receive Data
RADIAS Effect Parameter Structure.

Might the reference be to the third, un-numbered section, which might have started off life as a separate file? This is based on a 61 page document in a file called "RADIAS_MIDI_Imple_E1.pdf" so slightly differently named.

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