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#305378 - 03/08/01 12:58 AM Logic Audio desperation
cementiria Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 01/12/01
Posts: 4
Hi. I have just decided to sequence my Roland jv1010 with
logic audio. I come from sequencing it with Cakewalk 6.0 so,
as you'll supose,logic users,I find some serial and basical difficulties in using it. However, although I knew it would
give me some headache I did that because my sound module
only could be edited with Sound Diver and, as you know,
Logic and Diver are good friends because they both were
written by Emagic.
The principal problem is that I cannot see the patches of my
module in Logic when I start Sound Diver, although the
supposed friendship of sound diver and logic. The steps
I have followed to do it are:
1.create a multi instrument and assignate it to my module's it and select a number of bank target to copy. on the down oriented arrow and select update with autolink.
With this steps I can see one of my six banks. When I repeat this operation with other banks it loads me always
the same banks. What can I do?

#305379 - 03/19/01 11:51 AM Re: Logic Audio desperation
fvicente Offline

Registered: 01/25/99
Posts: 149
Loc: Port Moody, BC, Canada

Are you sure that you've switched banks in the multi-instrument? It should work just as you described. Seeing as you're able to get one of the banks working, I would suspect that either a) you are not switching the banks in the multi-instrument or b) you are switching banks but have not set up the bank select messages correctly in the multi-instrument.

If the multi-instrument is one that you have created, try going to for some Logic environments. There should be a JV-1010 environment there which should have an appropriate multi for you. All you would need to do then is assign the appropriate midi port for it and away you go.

Also, try subscribing to the online mailing lists for Logic Audio and Sounddiver. You can find these at


#305380 - 03/19/01 01:35 PM Re: Logic Audio desperation

That ran perfectly well. Thank you very much


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