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22.5 Setup MIDI Channels/Ports

The MIDI Channel/Ports settings are located in the different MIDI sections of the Setup dialog. G-Stomper Studio lets you map MIDI Channels/Ports to various modules across the application.


• “Global”, all modules of functions which are not bound to a particular track T[..] or VT[..]: Sequencer, Timing & Measure, FX, Master, Sum FX, R-Arp, Stutter, Pattern Set, etc., and the option to play all Sampler Tracks at once in one single channel (each on a specific Key/Note).


• The selected Sampler Track:

In this case, MIDI events will always be fired to and received from the currently selected Track T[..].


• Each Sampler Track separately (e.g. T01, T02):

In this case, MIDI events will be fired to and received from the mapped Tracks (regardless which Track is selected).


• The selected VA-Beast Track:

In this case, MIDI events will always be fired to and received from the currently selected Track VT[..].


• Each VA-Beast Track separately (e.g. VT01, VT02):

In this case, MIDI events will be fired to and received from the mapped Tracks (regardless which Track is selected).


To show the existing Global Channel/Ports, press the “Global Channel, Ports” button in the Global Midi Mappings section.


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In the detail view you can either manually edit the Channel/Ports or learn it by MIDI.


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To show the existing Channel/Ports of a particular Track, press the “… Channels, Ports” button in the appropriate section.


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Then select the Track you want to show.


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In the detail view you can either manually edit the Channel/Ports or learn it by MIDI.


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22.5.1 Manual Edit MIDI Channel/Ports22.5.2 Learn MIDI Channel/Ports

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