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Analog Lab Resetting KeyLab Program
« on: April 27, 2019, 06:39:52 pm »
I'm using a Roland DP-10 sustain pedal, which is apparently the wrong polarity for the KeyLab61. I've made a template in MCC that sets the min value for CC64 to 127 and the max to 0, which flips the sustain pedal response. Good.

The problem is that when I change patches in Analog Lab or in a standalone synth, it also changes the program on the KayLab61 back so that the sustain pedal goes back to not responding properly. This makes trying to audition patches an extremely painful process, since I have to recall my program with the sustain pedal fix every time I changes patches or be very careful not to touch the sustain pedal until I'm done exploring patches.  Bad.

Is this normal expected behavior?  If so, is there any kind of workaround so that I will not need to recall my KeyLab61 program every time I change the patch in Analog Lab?


Setup: Keylab61 1.33 + Roland DP-10/V Collection 6/Analog Lab


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