Re: Need help using QSR with my controller
In Reply to: Need help using QSR with my controller posted by Mike Bankemper on January 02, 19100 at 15:18:42:
: I've been using a Fatar Studio 2001 and a Roland M-GS64 and D110 for a few years now, mostly in churches.
: I bought the QSR and the Sanctuary card a couple days ago. I'm accustomed to using my controller
: access the sounds in my sound modules, assigning one voice from the modules to one zone in my
: controller and layering my sounds that way. This approach doesn't seem to work well at all with the
: QSR. I've read the manual a couple times thru already and it seems that one needs to study computer
: programming for six years before one can make use of the QSR the way I want to use it. PLEASE HELP!!!!
: TIA for any suggestions.
: Mike Bankemper
Mike, I would think that you would want to go for midi channels here and not midi zones. I am not at all familiar with the Fatar setup, does it have a poly function( like DYNAMIC ALLOCATION). The QS' will allow 4 individual sounds for each voice, these can be further layered and stacked on one another and assigned to a single midi channel. You must be in "mixmode" if you want to play more than one "program" at a time. If your QS is connected to your computer, you may want to load up the UNISYN program( located on the QS CD/ROM that came with your synth) and it will help you learn with a graphic representation of the QS' architecture. There may also be additional help files within UNISYN and others on the QS CD/ROM
Good Luck -Michael