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Old 10-09-2013, 03:39 PM
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Default Disable SYSEX in MSA-R?

Hello all,

I use the MSA (12 in all) as a MIDI decoder controlling relays that in turn control power to my DMX lights via contactors. The MIDI stream passes through the MSA (using channel 16 on the MSA) and on to a MIDI instrument.

I added a new MIDI instrument to the system that uses SYSEX to control tab magnets. This SYSEX is making the MSA act erratically.

Is there a way to disable SYSEX in the MSA? I do not use presets at all.

My only other alternative involves rewriting my C code in the MIDI player to send the MSA data out a discrete MIDI output. This option will be time-consuming and expensive.

Thanks,

Andy
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Old 10-10-2013, 02:51 PM
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Hello all,

I use the MSA (12 in all) as a MIDI decoder controlling relays that in turn control power to my DMX lights via contactors. The MIDI stream passes through the MSA (using channel 16 on the MSA) and on to a MIDI instrument.

I added a new MIDI instrument to the system that uses SYSEX to control tab magnets. This SYSEX is making the MSA act erratically.

Is there a way to disable SYSEX in the MSA? I do not use presets at all.

My only other alternative involves rewriting my C code in the MIDI player to send the MSA data out a discrete MIDI output. This option will be time-consuming and expensive.

Thanks,

Andy
Hi Andy, welcome to the forum.

I'm sorry to hear that you are getting erratic behavior from the MSA. In theory, there should be no sysex message that causes erratic behavior.

Can you post the sysex message that causes the problem? Also, please post the configuration of your MSA that acts erraticly.

I will do my best to find a solution.
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