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My experience is this doesn't work. You get horrible phasing effects.

 

Just plug midi in to the midi out. If you set local control (or equivalent) to off, you should get normal operation. If you switch it on, you should see a doubling of voices, which sounds like crap.

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Originally posted by dalpozlead:

Hi Robert!, I liked your MIDI cables idea to fat the sounds up!

How to do it?, just put the OUT into the IN?, Do I have to set any thing in my synth, like MIDI channels or other stuff?

 

I'll try it up!

 

Thanks! :thu:

You do just that. Midi out to midi in.

The same channel on send and receive.

 

And this was a well known trick, at least in 83-84.

Try it and I think you'll like it.

Have never had any problems with "double notes" but you will if you go through a computer first, I belive.

 

Another thing to try:

Set your synth to transmit aftertouch but not to receive it.

Then you can have a slight vibrato, controlled by aftertouch, on one sounding voice and the other will be unaffected.

 

Try it and tell me what you think.

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Originally posted by Robert Smedberg:

And this was a well known trick, at least in 83-84.

Yeah, it worked great with the DX7, but I've never really heard of it working with anything else...

 

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Originally posted by Robert Smedberg:

And this was a well known trick, at least in 83-84.

Yeah, it worked great with the DX7, but I've never really heard of it working with anything else...

 

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That's why It will work perfectly WITHOUT a ROM synth (sample players).

 

FM and Real Analog (perhaps a VA too) do the trick perfectly.

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Originally posted by Dave Bryce:

Originally posted by Robert Smedberg:

And this was a well known trick, at least in 83-84.

Yeah, it worked great with the DX7, but I've never really heard of it working with anything else...

 

dB

I haven't done this in years. I must try it with my K2000.

Some analogue sounds may work while others may not.

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