If you look at the Matrix 6R (supposed to be identical to the Matrix
it appears that the Matrix 6 starts patch numbering with 0. It's
possible that Cubase might map 1 to 0 (I don't know). In any case, if
you want to send patch 22, I would think that you wouldn't have try
any thing but 21 or 22, and see if you get the desired patch.
Hope this helps.
, "ricardorucier" <ricardorucier@...>
> I have a dilemma.
> Maybe an easy thing for you super matrix pros.
> I'm currently programming all of my midi songs in Cubase.
> I have a hardware sequencer that accepts standard midi files, so
> transferring any data is no problem.
> My question is, how do I assign a midi track to correspond with a
> patch on the Martrix 6
> For instance, if I want to use patch 22, what program number would
> that be
Do I just select a program number, or do I select a
> number + a bank... or do I modify sysex information in Cubase
> The worse case scenario is simply assigning each midi track to the
> appropriate channel in cubase, then manually changing the patches live
> on stage. But my goal is to have all of my songs pre programmed with
> all of the program change info, so as each new song loads, the matrix
> 6 changes it's patches automatically without me having to change them
> Any help is appreciated.