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  • tdw 20 question [MIDI channel]

    i'm kinda knew to the midi realm and am trying to use my tdw20 as a controller in logic pro. can someone tell me how i can find out what pads are sent on what midi channel? i've read the manual over and over and nothing but frustration.i know that when i go to setup-midi-midi cannel it tells me that the who;e kit is transmitted on channel 10 and midi control{f3} is kinda confusing and the manual doesn't get too deep into it. any help would be great. thanks!
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  • #2
    I don't understand, you found the answer. pads send on channel 10 by default.
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    • #3
      then is what im looking for the midi note # for the individual pads ? for example- kick = c1 and so on sorry i'm just really confused and would like to use my set up to the full potential.
      TDW 20 ROLAND v pro ,PM 10, M AUDIO 0XEGEN 49,motu 828mk3 hybrid, APPLE IMAC FEB.2011 27" 4 CORE i5 2.8 GHz 4 gig ram os10.6.8, krk rokit 5"s,bfd2,guitar rig 4 , komplete 7 elements.

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      • #4
        The kick might be c1, but that is not its midi number. A piano sends out midi note number 60 for c4...but all a3, G6, etc are piano octaves, not midi note numbers, which are 0-127.

        if you have a tdw card, I assume you have the td20 manual (and not the td20x!)...on page 36 it will tell you how to find and change the midi note numbers, and on page 96 you can see them in table form (BUT! with a piano keyboard with the midi note numbers, just to confuse you - read my first sentence!)
        TD9+6v module, KD-8, custom Diamond Electronic 12" snare + 2x8" + 2x10" toms, PD-85, 4xPD8, 2xCY8, CY-5, CY-12r/c, Pearl P902 double pedals, Diamond Electronic COWBELL!
        HPD-10 ATH-50M phones and 4 Vex Packs for the TD-9

        Gibson Les Paul. + pod xtl, Norman acoustic, Fender J-Bass + gt10b

        Clavia Nord Stage 2 Synth/Stage Piano Samson SR850 'phones

        cubase, garritan personal orchestra, JABB, symphonic choirs, Sibelius, reason 6.5, IPAD 2 with lots of soft synths...

        three shelter cats

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        • #5
          Here's a table that shows Midi Note Numbers corresponding to note names and pitches:
          http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/notes.html

          And another table, with corresponding Midi Note Numbers for a particular drum sound.
          http://soundprogramming.net/file_for...m_note_numbers
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          • #6
            Originally posted by hairmetal-81 View Post
            Here's a table that shows Midi Note Numbers corresponding to note names and pitches:
            http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/notes.html

            And another table, with corresponding Midi Note Numbers for a particular drum sound.
            http://soundprogramming.net/file_for...m_note_numbers
            just note that not everyone agrees that middle C is C4...some piano manufacturers, for instance Yamaha I believe, and software companies, like Garritan, have middle C as C3.

            Also, Kurzweil keyboards use a different drum map, as being more intuitive than the GM one.
            TD9+6v module, KD-8, custom Diamond Electronic 12" snare + 2x8" + 2x10" toms, PD-85, 4xPD8, 2xCY8, CY-5, CY-12r/c, Pearl P902 double pedals, Diamond Electronic COWBELL!
            HPD-10 ATH-50M phones and 4 Vex Packs for the TD-9

            Gibson Les Paul. + pod xtl, Norman acoustic, Fender J-Bass + gt10b

            Clavia Nord Stage 2 Synth/Stage Piano Samson SR850 'phones

            cubase, garritan personal orchestra, JABB, symphonic choirs, Sibelius, reason 6.5, IPAD 2 with lots of soft synths...

            three shelter cats

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