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Roland MC-303

Groove Machine from Roland belonging to the MC series.

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1 Posted on 11/25/2008 at 12:48:51
Hello
this is my first post, apologies if this question has been answered somewhere already.
I'm trying to use the MC-303 to trigger sounds from an external source (a Korg ea-1). I've been setting a part on the Mc-303 to EXT and it plays and records tones on the Korg no problem. However when I switch between patches on the MC-303 it changes the part back to an internal sound. Any way of ensuring that once a part has been chosen as an external controller it STAYS external?
Hope this makes sense!
Cheers
Rod
kon-tiki

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2 Posted on 11/26/2008 at 02:28:37
Have you clearly defined midi channels? meaning one part per channel?
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