TK. Posted October 18, 2020 Author Report Share Posted October 18, 2020 Yes, the function is different, see also the MIDI Router documentation under http://www.ucapps.de/midibox_seq_manual_m.html Alternatively, also "Track" can be selected as target channel. In this case, incoming MIDI events will be routed to the MIDI port and channel of a track depending on the incoming MIDI channel number. Usecase: MIDI events, such as CC or Notes, should be sent from a master keyboard or MIDI controller to synths which are assigned to different port and MIDI channels in the track configuration. Just select the track with the MIDI channel on your keyboard/controller, the router will take care that the events reach the right destination. I think it makes clear, that incoming MIDI messages won't be forwarded to the tracks, they will be directly sent over the MIDI port + channel of the appr. tracks. For the mentioned use case, it would even be counter productive if track mutes would disable this forwarding - just imagine, somebody wants to mute some sequences played by tracks in order to play live over one or more keyboards by using this routing feature - this wouldn't work anymore. Your proposal is something different, and it would fit better as a multi track feature for the Record & Live function, not to the MIDI router. Some general changes have to be done in the firmware to allow this - I added it to the Wishlist. Best Regards, Thorsten. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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