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Third-Party MIDI Spec

simonp54

Experienced
Oh yes, there is.
Really... where?
I think you are confusing “mode” with command (or button press). I’m happy to be shown that my understanding is not quite complete, but I don’t see the “overdub” command option on the UI. I see an indicator that overdub “mode” is enabled...
 

iaresee

Moderator
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Really... where?
I think you are confusing “mode” with command (or button press). I’m happy to be shown that my understanding is not quite complete, but I don’t see the “overdub” command option on the UI. I see an indicator that overdub “mode” is enabled...
After playing around with this more this morning I see that you're absolutely correct here. And, more so, I'm able to keep the status of the RJM switches and the looper mode indicators in the block in sync.
 

yek

Moderator
Moderator
Tell me about, Ian?

I've got the Record button programmed as a regular IA (on/off), but it stays lit when pressing it the 4th time.
 

iaresee

Moderator
Moderator
Tell me about, Ian?

I've got the Record button programmed as a regular IA (on/off), but it stays lit when pressing it the 4th time.
That's exactly what happens if you press the Record soft knob on the front of the unit. First press starts recording, second puts it in overdub, subsequent presses keep it in overdub (so no state change).
 

unix-guy

Legend!
That's exactly what happens if you press the Record soft knob on the front of the unit. First press starts recording, second puts it in overdub, subsequent presses keep it in overdub (so no state change).
Also exactly what happens on the FC... You have to press Play to come out of overdub and keep the loop playing.
 

iaresee

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Also exactly what happens on the FC... You have to press Play to come out of overdub and keep the loop playing.
And my RJM and FC-6 are staying in lock step with the state changes. So, crazy me, thinking this wasn't working and we needed another SysEx call here. ¯\(ツ)
 

Semih Yanyali

Experienced
Can anyone help me find the sysex messages to change delay tempo note values?

Fractal Audio sent me those for Axe Fx 2 which i shared on the forum and was added to wiki by @yek .

Would be great to have the same sheet for Axe Fx 3
 

yek

Moderator
Moderator
Really... where?
I think you are confusing “mode” with command (or button press). I’m happy to be shown that my understanding is not quite complete, but I don’t see the “overdub” command option on the UI. I see an indicator that overdub “mode” is enabled...
Ah, you guys are right. I had that "Overdub" symbol in my mind as a button. The fact that I can't press Record again to stop Overdubbing simply is something I have to get used to.
 

Chriscwt1

New Member
I have both a Voodoo Lab Ground Control and a TC Electronics G-System, would I be right in thinking that this might enable me to use one of those? Ideally, I would use the G-System (nice bright 'soft touch' footswitches)
 

unix-guy

Legend!
I have both a Voodoo Lab Ground Control and a TC Electronics G-System, would I be right in thinking that this might enable me to use one of those? Ideally, I would use the G-System (nice bright 'soft touch' footswitches)
This thread is about the Axe Fx III midi specs for third party midi systems to support the Axe Fx directly.

Neither of the units you listed are going to get an update for the Axe Fx III so this isn't really the correct thread for the question.

Anything that can send midi PC and CC commands will "work", but the extent of how much they is dependent on the unit.

The Ground Control definitely has some limitations. I don't have experience with the G-system.

Try doing some forum searches...
 
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