Control of AnymaPhi master volume using a midi expression pedal?
PaulBarnsley last edited by
Hi - I can use a midi pedal with the Sylpyho linked to cc7 to control master volume - is there a similar control available on the AnymaPhi via Midi in, and if so how do I set it up?
AndyHornBlower last edited by AndyHornBlower
I've found a workaround for this, but you have to apply it to each patch you want to have a volume control.
You need one free Mapping, plus one free external control out of B, C and D, which aren't currently used in a mapping - that doesn't necessarily need to be the same one for each patch, but it's probably easier if it's always the same one.
First, set one of the external controls (e.g. D) to be controlled by CC7 for Volume (or CC4 for Foot Controller). Each one has two CCs that can control it, and you set them by pressing the encoder under the display, then turning until you see CC Mapping. Press the right arrow to choose it. The details are in the manual, but perhaps a little sketchy, so let me know if you get stuck. Basically you change it with just turning the encoder, pressing the encoder down, and some use of the arrow buttons. Use Shift + Left arrow to get out of the menu when you've done it.
Next change one of the Mappings so that the source is your external control (e.g. D), and the destination is Patch Volume, then set the amount to +100%. E.g. turn the display encoder while holding down the shift button, on the synth, to get to Mapping 32, or any other unused one - or use the editor software. Shift+Left exits the menu, if you're doing it on the synth,
That lets the control influence the sound level, but it won't yet turn it all the way down, and if it's already full up, you won't hear a change. If you press the lowest matrix button twice (the hand icon), you can use the knobs as A, B, C and D, to try it.
The final step is to set the patch volume to zero, or the minimum level you want it to go to. On the synth, that's done with Shift + turning the display encoder, then picking Patch, at the top of that menu, then pressing the second matrix line button (waves icon), to show the Volume parameter.
When you've finished, press Shift + Right arrow to save it, on the synth. Or in the editor, File->Export followed by File->Import, seems to be the best way at the moment - you've then saved it to your PC or Mac, and made sure the changes are saved on the synth.
This might sound a bit tedious, but it took far longer to explain it than it did to do it to a patch :) You could do all the factory ones in a couple of minutes, probably.
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