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Volca FM - message to Korg

 
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:12 am    Post subject: Volca FM - message to Korg Reply with quote

Hi Guys,

First post, sorry to start with something like this, but this one is going to be a message to Korg, regarding the Volca FM.
Guys, they should really open up the device for software editors!
I mean, I can live with the way of the velocity control, I'm not a keyboard player, and I've made a simple max patch to re-map the velocity to CC.

But!

Please, Korg, enable sysex control over the Volca! Please!
Or, if not, please, enable full MIDI CC control!
I know, there are a lot of parameters, but you can address them like this :
MIDI channel 1-6 is for operators, then MIDI channel 7 is for the rest.

This device is amazing right now, but a real pain to program...
I know, there are literally infinite number of DX7 patches out there, yet, again, a pain to seek through those.

It would be far more easy to use this with a small editor, which sends out the edited patches to the unit.
On the other hand, preset management would be easier.

I know, not really ideal, without the MIDI out, yet, would be better than now.
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