Local Off option

Hi, I wanted to know how to turn on the "local off" option in Alesis Coda when using it as a midi controller
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  • Hi Sakef,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Follow these steps below:

    1. Press and hold the Shift button, then press the MIDI Mode button to enter MIDI Mode.
    2. Press the MIDI Edit button to enter the MIDI Edit Mode.
    3. Press one of the Ctrl 1–Ctrl 3 buttons to individually edit the selected controller. For example, press the Ctrl 1 button to enter Controller 1 Edit Mode, then you can edit parameters for Controller 1.
    4. Press the Command button. Press the assigned key(s) in the MIDI section for the desired function.
    Note: If you press the assigned key(s) to select the desired command value, press and hold the Shift button, then tap 3 consecutive keys. For example, tap 0, 6, and 4 in sequence to set the command value to 64.
    5. Press the Data button.
    6. Press the Channel button. Set the channel value by pressing the assigned key(s) in the MIDI section to the desired function.
    7. To exit MIDI Mode, press and hold the Shift button, then press the MIDI Mode button.

    I hope this helps!
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  • This instruction is on the user guide already. What I want to know is how do I turn off the sound of the piano itself when I am using it as a MIDI controller ?
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  • Sorry for the confusion. This is not currently possible, but I'll be happy to submit this to my software team as a feature request for you.
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