Setlist maker and SR-18 via midi

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I want to use a setlist maker with SR-18 to change the pattern number via midi. it is not possible yet?

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  • Hi Marco,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Follow these steps below to send program changes to your SR18:

    1. Press the System Setup button. 
    2. Use the Page Up and Down buttons to select different "pages" of functions. The display's lower right window will show the page number. 
    3. Adjust values on the page, as described below.
    4. After making all necessary changes, press System Setup again to exit, or choose another page. 
    Note: All the parameters on the following pages must be saved if you want to retain them. To save them, press and hold the SAve/Copy button and press the REC (Enter) button. 

    1. To have the SR18 receive program change messages, on page 8, use the INC/DEC buttons or VALUE dial to select On. 
    2. Select Off to have the SR18 ignore Program change messages. 

    Program Change (PC) 00 selects User Drum Set 00; PC 01 select User Drum Set 01; PC 02 selects User Drum Set 02; etc. However, be aware that some devices number Program Changes as 1-128, others as 0-127, and some as banks of programs. 

    Please note that, in order to access User kits, you will need to send a Bank Select message along with the Program Change. Refer to the table below for information on how to access different kits:




    I hope this helps!
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  • thanks for your quick response.
    with this procedure could I change the pattern number via midi message? right?
    for example, changing the pattern user 77 to patter user 80, using the table that you gave me?

    Thank you very much. I appreciate your help

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