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Alesis vortex 2 Midi Idea

Hey all,

Is there a possibility that you guys can make a omni Sustain button in a firmware update of the editor of the vortex 2?

I also have a problem with switching from lower to upper zone and vice versa, the notes I press hang when I do this.

For example I have a synth on midi channel 1 and a flute on channel 2 when I swith if pressed, the hang.

This is not very useful when playing live and I need to be aware of this when on stage wich influence my playing quality

Best regards,

Jelle
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  • Hi Jelle,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Is there a possibility that you guys can make a omni Sustain button in a firmware update of the editor of the vortex 2? 
    I can definitely submit this to my team as a feature request for you. Please be advised that updates and announcements will not be posted here on the forums. Instead, please stay tuned to the product page on www.alesis.com.

    Using the Vortex Wireless 2 Editor, which you can download from the product page above, you assign a MIDI panic message to the pad(s) of your choosing. To do this:

    1. Click the Pads tab and select MIDI. Use the left or right arrows on the sides of the window to toggle between viewing pad 1-4 and pad 5-8.
    2. Next to Type, click the drop-down menu and select Panic. Repeat this step for all desired pads.
    3. Save the preset on your computer in order to send it to your Vortex Wireless 2 by navigating to File > Save Preset
    4. Press Ctrl+S (Windows) or Command+S (Mac) to save. After this, select the desired location, enter a file name, and click Save. The preset will be saved as a .vw2 file.

    To send the preset to your connected Vortex Wireless 2:
    1. Go to File > Send Preset.
    2. In the window that appears, click the Preset Slot drop-down menu to select the desired preset number. 
    3. Click Send to confirm or Cancel to cancel the operation. Sending the preset will overwrite that preset number on your Vortex Wireless 2.
    I hope this helps!
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