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Midi out cc command on/off same switch

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Thanks in advance. Anyway to have one switch send a cc command with midi cc 1 then if you click it a second time send cc2 ? essentially switching back between cc1 and cc2?  currently I have to use two switchs to turn on and off my rack effect

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Unfortunately, no. Out of curiosity, what's the use case? Toggling two external devices/models?

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the x32 mixer has midi in and out. you can send program change data to it and switch "snipits" the snippets can contain any data changes saved to them. I created different snippets with different vocal effects and used the helix to send the program data cc changes. was hoping I could use one switch to send program 1 (reverb) and then hit same switch again and send program 2 (dry)

 

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the x32 mixer has midi in and out. you can send program change data to it and switch "snipits" the snippets can contain any data changes saved to them. I created different snippets with different vocal effects and used the helix to send the program data cc changes. was hoping I could use one switch to send program 1 (reverb) and then hit same switch again and send program 2 (dry)

 

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Gotcha. You can actually do this now, but it requires switching presets:

  1. Turn Global Settings > MIDI/Tempo > MIDI PC Send/Receive to "Off."
  2. On the Command Center page, set one of the Instant (lightning bolt) commands to the desired MIDI message.
  3. Save the preset.
  4. On the next preset, set the Instant command to the next desired MIDI message and save the preset.
  5. Repeat step 5 for all desired messages.

Press and hold BANK UP and BANK DOWN until they read PRESET UP and PRESET DOWN. Now pressing PRESET UP will sequentially spit out each preset's Instant command.

 

This probably isn't what you're looking for, but it works.

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