Re: Setting up QSR for Sequencer Use
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Posted by Frank L on December 17, 2000 at 21:31:02:
In Reply to: Setting up QSR for Sequencer Use posted by Gary Persons on December 17, 2000 at 19:54:33:
I do a fair amount of sequencing with the QSR using Cakewalk Pro Audio 9. You don't need to do any storing when you use Multitimbral and a sequencer. Basically you put it in Multitimbral, make sure GM is OFF, and send the patch changes that you want for each channel. There are a few other things involving grouyp setttings and effects channel to deal with, but easy to handle once you;ve done it a time or two.
If you want a little more help, send me an email with a bit more detail about your setup and the steps you've taken so far.
: I've read (and re-read) the manual (as well as an email that somebody sent me) and I just can't get it! (Talk about feeling foolish...)
: My goal is to use the QSR as a multi-timbral synth (not Gen MIDI). As I understand it, the way to do it is to create a MIX with all 16 channels "ON", then do all the program changes from the sequencer.
: When I attempt to turn a channel on, the logical next step is to "Store" it, so I hit Store. The Store button then flashes, and the LCD asks something like, "Do I want to Store in a USER patch?" I hit Store again, and lose the change.
: (Man - this has got to be the worst manual I've worked with.)
: Can someone help?
: thanks -