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You will need to select the MIDI interface where your Voyager or RME is connected. Choose the correct MIDI In and MIDI Out ports from the list, and set the MIDI channel to match the MIDI channel on your Voyager. Adjust the Piano Note Velocity slider control if desired (this sets the MIDI Note Velocity value that the program will use to audition presets. The default setting is 100, but you can adjust it from 0-127). On the Voyager, make sure that MIDI In and MIDI Out is turned ON, SysEx is ENABLED, and MIDI Program Change is turned ON (Select Presets).
Note: You may also need to make additional configurations using Apples Audio MIDI Setup Utility. For more information, see Appendix A OSX Audio MIDI Setup Procedure.
5 PROGRAM ORGANIZATION The Minimoog Voyager Editor Librarian program is organized as shown below. The main window is always displayed when the program is launched and becomes the starting point for all preset modifications and bank operations.
6 PROGRAM WINDOWS - THE VOYAGER EDITOR WINDOW The Voyager Editor is the main program window, and is always displayed when the program is launched. This window contains three program components: the User Bank (1), the Voyager Panel (2), and the Librarian (3). The three program components interact and are always active. A detailed description of each program component follows. Note: When the program is run for the first time, the User Bank defaults to the Default Program for all of the programs presets in all banks. When you quit the program, the state of all banks is stored with the program. These banks appear when the program is run again.
6.1 USER BANK The User Bank is where you load, save, transmit, receive, and edit Voyager presets. Preset banks are loaded into the program either from the Voyager, from a stored bank, or from one of the six preset factory banks built into the program. The Editor/Librarian has seven banks, labeled A-G, corresponding to the seven preset memory banks in an expanded Voyager. Presets in the User Bank be selected individually, as a group, or randomly (non-adjacent), to allow for convenient rearrangement and reorganization. Note: The Editor/Librarian program can also be used with a stock (unmodified) Voyager, allowing you to access 896 presets at one time even without the expanded memory! 6.1.1 Navigation in the User Bank The User Bank preset list has room to display only about a third of the presets at one time, so a scrolling window is used to view all 128 presets. If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can use the wheel to scroll through the preset list. Simply move the cursor anywhere onto the list and use the wheel to scroll up and down. If your mouse doesnt have a scroll wheel, use the scroll bar or scroll arrows.
You can also use the Macintosh keyboard to navigate the list, but you must select a preset in the list first. The reason is that there are actually two preset lists on the Editor window; one for the User Bank (as shown above) and one for the Librarian. Without your input the program has no idea which of the two lists you wish to control. You can use the following keyboard keys to navigate the list: Pressing the PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN keys scrolls the list in blocks of presets. The UP and DOWN keys will scroll one preset at a time, up or down respectively. Pressing the END key moves to the end of the list, while the HOME key returns to the beginning of the list.
You can change the way the presets in the User Bank are displayed. By default, presets are displayed from 1 to 128, but you can change the order by clicking in the No. column in the User Preset Bank list. This will reverse the sorting order, placing preset 128 at the top of the list:
A second click in the No. column toggles the sort order back to its original state. You can also sort by preset name or preset category. Clicking in the Preset column causes the User Preset Bank to be sorted alphabetically:
Clicking again in the Preset column reverses the sort order. Clicking in the Category column causes the User Preset Bank to be sorted alphabetically by category:
Clicking again in the Category column reverses the sort order.
Note: When sorting by Preset or Category, youll see a directional arrow in the column heading. This arrow indicates the sort order (an up arrow indicates an alphabetical sort, a down arrow indicates a reverse alphabetical sort). Selecting any preset, regardless of the sort order (number, name or category), will always send the displayed Preset to the Voyager.
Note: Preset Bank Lists in the Librarian or Preset Genetics windows can also be sorted forward or reverse by clicking in their column headers.
6.1.2 Working with Banks Buttons for Load, Save, Receive, and Transmit appear above the User Preset Bank display to provide for frequently used bank operations (well discuss other buttons later). The Load and Save buttons allow you to conveniently load or save banks from/to the computer. The Receive and Transmit buttons allow banks to be moved to/from the Voyager. These four button functions duplicate commands found in the menus.
When you click on the Load button you will be presented with a load dialog box similar to the one shown below. The actual view you see will be dependant on your Macintosh View settings, but the idea here is that youll have to navigate to where the Voyager bank files are stored on your system. Since these files can reside anywhere you chose when you save them, its a good idea to create a special folder or a specific location to store them. This will make it easier to find your stored banks (and library files) when youre ready to load them back into the program.
In the figure above we created a folder called Voyager Banks located on the Macintosh Desktop, and used it to store some example bank files. Note that program bank files have the extension.mvr. When loading a bank file, the Editor Librarian program will allow you to see all file types, but only those files with an.mvr extension can be loaded as a bank. All others will be ignored. The Save button allows you to save the current bank. Upon clicking Save, youll be presented with a dialog box similar to this one:
Enter a suitable file name for your preset bank in the Save As: name field. Clicking on the Save button here will save the file to the location you specify and append.mvr to the file name. You can select a different storage location by clicking on the blue down arrow button to the right of the Save As: name field. This will result in an enlarged window that will allow you to navigate to any location for storage. In the example below, weve navigated to the Voyager Banks folder on the Macintosh Desktop (depending on your Macintosh systems settings, your view may look somewhat different):
Clicking the Save button in this window will add the.mvr extension to the file name and store the bank into the Voyager Banks folder. To receive a bank from the Voyager, click the Receive button (you can also select "Receive User Bank from the MIDI menu). The receive bank window appears. Clicking on the Start button will initiate the transfer from the Voyagers current bank to the Editors current bank. If for some reason your MIDI interface cannot keep up with fast MIDI messages, you can adjust the timing by adding a delay in milliseconds using the scrolling adjustment:
To transmit the User Bank from the Editor to the Voyager, click the Transmit button (or select "Transmit User Bank" from the MIDI menu). The transmit window appears. Clicking the Start button will transmit the contents of the current User Bank to the Voyagers current bank. As with the Receive function, if for some reason your MIDI interface cannot keep up with fast MIDI messages, you can adjust the timing by adding a delay in milliseconds with the scrolling adjustment:
The transmitted data will be written into the current Voyager bank, overriding the existing presets. Note: Although the Editor supports all seven Voyager banks, only one bank (the current bank) can be transmitted or received at a time.
6.1.3 Other User Bank Functions Now lets look at the other User Bank button functions that havent been covered.
The Edit button takes you to the Editor window, where you can edit the currently selected preset. A complete explanation of the Editor window is saved for later in this guide (see page 28). The Use loaded data checkbox is a feature that changes the way the program works with the Voyager. When the box is unchecked (disabled), selecting a preset from the User Bank switches the Voyager to the corresponding preset. The Voyager sends the preset to the User Bank. This guaranties synchronization between the Voyager and the program. When the checkbox is checked (enabled), the selected preset data from the User Bank is sent to Voyager's edit buffer for editing and audition. This feature helps you to browse through presets in the User Bank without the need for dumping the entire bank to the Voyager. The Auto Dump checkbox works for the Librarian. When checked (enabled), a selected preset from the Librarian preset list is automatically sent to the Voyager's edit buffer for editing/audition. When unchecked, no data is sent to the Voyager.
The Drag and Drop and Multi Select radio buttons control the way the cursor operates: Drag and Drop mode is conventional cursor operation, allowing you to freely drag and drop presets between the current User Bank and the Librarian. You can add the SHIFT and COMMAND () modifier keys to make multiple preset selections. These can be groups of presets, non-adjacent selections, or a combination of both. Multi Select mode locks the cursor into Select mode, allowing you to select groups of presets. This mode can be useful for large amounts of group moves because it restricts the operation of the cursor to just making selections, preventing accidental dragging of presets out of the User Bank or Librarian. In Multi Select mode, presets are moved between the User Bank and Librarian using the large Move arrows (see 6.1.5 Organizing Presets).
Finally, User Bank buttons A-G allow you to switch amongst the seven program banks. Keep in mind that the bank buttons interact with the Use loaded data checkbox, meaning that the Editor will either switch to the Voyager bank/location and acquire the preset data from the Voyager (when Use loaded data is unchecked), or send the selected preset data to the Voyagers current preset (when Use loaded data is checked).
6.1.4 The Bank Menu The Bank menu shown below includes the Load User Bank Data and Save User Bank Data As commands that duplicate the functions of the Load and Save buttons. It also includes commands to generate a New Bank (creates a bank of 128 default presets), load one of the Voyager factory banks (Moog Banks) and commands to Copy, Paste, Rename and Initialize selected presets in the User Bank. A Single Parameter Adjustment command is also available here, allowing you to adjust a single parameter without opening the Editor. These commands work on the currently selected User Bank.
Selecting Moog Banks opens a side menu, displaying the six factory banks: Anniversary Edition, Signature Edition, Twolf25 (Thomas Wolf bank), Zon25 (Zon Vern Piles bank), Electric Blue and RME. To load any one of these, simply select the desired factory bank. The selected bank will overwrite the presets in the current User Preset Bank (A-G).
Note: You may want to save your current preset bank prior to loading a new preset bank into the same bank location. Failure to do this will cause you to lose all of the Voyager presets in that bank.
Selecting Rename from the menu will display a message drawer as shown:
The Rename drawer allows you to change the preset name or the sound category. Clicking in the preset name field allows you to change (or completely replace) the preset name up to a maximum of 24 characters (12 per line). Additional characters beyond 12 per line will be ignored. The TAB key toggles the cursor between the upper and lower text lines.
Note: Besides selecting Rename from the Bank menu, you can also bring up the Rename drawer by double-clicking on a preset name in the User Bank (or the Editor).
Clicking on the category label in the Rename drawer produces a drop-down menu of assignable categories. Thirty-two categories are available here, including various leads, basses, and instruments. These categories match the default Librarian categories. To assign a category, simply select one from the list.
Clicking OK will store the changes and close the dialog box. Clicking Cancel will close the dialog box without any changes. The Single Parameter Adjustment command allows you to alter a single parameter for any preset, group of presets or entire bank. To use this command, first select the preset, group of presets or bank that you wish to affect, then select the Single Parameter Adjustment command. A drawer will appear below the main Window title bar:
Select the desired parameter from the Parameter pull-down menu and use the slider control to set the value. The Parameter menu contains more than one hundred different parameters to choose from, including all 24 characters in the preset name:
After choosing the desired parameter and value, click on Change to apply the change, OK to quit and close the drawer, or Cancel to cancel the function without changes. You can repeat this process multiple times by selecting a new parameter and value, then clicking the Change button. This is especially handy for making several global changes to groups of presets. Click OK when done. Note: You must select Change in order for the change to be applied. Simply clicking OK after selecting a parameter and value will not apply the change to the selected preset(s). When a change is made using the Single Parameter Adjustment feature, the change is only applied to the selected presets in the Editor User Bank they are not automatically written to the Voyager. For this reason, you should transfer your modified bank to the Voyager after making any parameter changes, or the changes may be lost. Note: Numerical values in the Single Parameter Adjustment drawer are displayed as 8-bit values (0-255) when the Editors Parameter Resolution is set to 8-bit resolution. Values are displayed as 16-bit values (0-65535) when the Editor Parameter Resolution is set to 16-bit resolution.
6.1.5 Organizing Presets Voyager presets can be sorted, reorganized and categorized by moving them from the User Bank to the Librarian. There are several ways of moving presets: By dragging a single preset to any Library category. Here weve selected a single preset (B-014 Outer Limits Clav) and are dragging it into the CLAV category:
By selecting a several presets (using the Command key) and dragging the group to any Librarian category. Here we selected three lead sounds and are dragging them into the BRIGHT LEAD category:
By selecting a group of presets and clicking on the Move arrow button. First we selected our Library category (Evolution), then selected a group of presets in the User Bank. Clicking on the Move arrow copies the selected presets into the Evolution Library category:
Note: Any edits made using the Voyager Panel must be written to the Voyager in order to be saved.
6.3 LIBRARIAN The Librarian is the third component in the Editor window. The Librarian lets you store an unlimited number of Voyager presets. You can also have as many library files on your computer as you wish. The Librarian provides 32 sound categories to organize your Voyager sounds and have them available for immediate use. These categories correspond to the 32 sound categories in the Voyager (OS3.2), but any category can be renamed should you need to. A view of the Librarian function is shown below. Sound categories are displayed on the left along with two large Move buttons, a list of the Voyager presets is on the right, and buttons for library file functions are at the top.
The currently selected (active) sound category is indicated by boldface type and a triangle to the left of the name. In the figure above, Bright Lead is the active category, and it contains 8 presets. The presets in the Bright Lead category is displayed on the right. Note: When the number of presets exceeds what can be displayed in the list window, the program will add a scroll bar to access to all presets in the list. When a scroll bar is displayed, you can navigate the list using the scroll bar/scroll arrows, mouse wheel, or the HOME, END and ARROW keys on the Mac keyboard.
You can change to a different category simply by clicking on the desired category name. In the figure below we selected the Piano category, which only contains one preset:
6.3.1 Working with Libraries The Librarian has four buttons dedicated to Library file functions:
The Librarians Add Current Panel button adds the current preset from the User Bank to the active sound category. Note that new entries are always added to the end of the list, so if you have a lot of presets in a particular category, you may have to scroll down to see the new entry. The New button allows you to create a new Library. After clicking New, youll see a message dialog asking if you wish to save the existing library:
Clicking the OK button will present you with a save dialog box that will allow you to name and save the current library to the location you specify. After saving, you will have an empty (new) Library. Clicking the NO button will clear the contents of the existing library (all 32 categories), leaving an empty library. Clicking the Cancel button will cancel the operation and return you back to the library unchanged. The Load button allows you to load a library file into the program. Loading a library file is just like loading a bank file, but with a difference library file names have the extension.mvl. Note: All library files are loaded or saved as.mvl (Minimoog Voyager Library) files. As with bank files, Library files may be stored anywhere on your hard drive or removable media. When loading a library file, all files will be displayed, but only those with an.mvl extension will load. All other files will be ignored.
Tip: You can load a new library into an existing library to combine the presets of each. You can also combine presets from different banks using the Load from User Bank Data command. The Save button allows you to save the library file, displaying a dialog box that will allow you to name and save the current library to the location you specify.
6.3.2 Organizing Presets Presets are loaded into the Library using any of the methods described in Section 6.1.5, Organizing Presets. Note: Its a good idea to receive all data from the Voyager first before selecting Load From User Bank Data to insure that it corresponds to all the bank data in your Voyager. Presets can be moved from one Librarian category to another by dragging them with your mouse. Here we are dragging the preset HERBYS D6 from the active category to the Piano category:
The red category arrow is another way to move presets between categories. It works similarly to dragging, but with less mouse movement. Its also faster than dragging, and more precise. To use it, simply position the category arrow next to your desired category and click on the arrow. This action will move the selected presets from the active category to your chosen category. You move the red category arrow by clicking anywhere in the vertical space between the sound categories on the left and the preset list on the right. In this example, clicking on the arrow will move Jans Hammer from the active category to Bright Lead category:
As in the User Bank, you can make group and non-adjacent selections in any Library category using the SHIFT and COMMAND () keys. Using these modifier keys, multiple presets can be selected and moved from one category to another, or from the Library to the User Bank.
6.3.3 Copying Presets to the User Bank To copy presets from the Library to the User Bank, you can either drag the presets using the mouse, or use the left-facing Move arrow. In the example below, clicking on the Move arrow will copy the four selected Bass presets to the current User Bank:
Note: For 8-bit resolution, valid data values are 0-255. For 16-bit resolution, valid data values are 0-65535. If you type in a value outside of these ranges, it will be ignored. Pull-down menus Click to pull down a menu in the Editor window. Menu selections are made by doubleclicking on a menu item. This action will select that item and close the menu. Parameter groups You can copy a complete parameter group from one preset to another. Click on a parameter group label (LFO, Mod Busses, Oscillators, Mixer, Filters, Envelopes, Pot Map or Touch Surface) to get a pop-up menu. Select COPY to copy the parameters, and PASTE to paste the parameters. The example shown below is the result of clicking the Envelope parameter group bar:
Presets can be auditioned in the Editor window by clicking on the piano keyboard at the bottom of the window. To the right of the right of the piano keyboard are the Pitch and Mod wheels. Youll find that the Editors on-screen Pitch Bend and Mod wheels work just like the real thing; the Pitch Bend wheel springs back to its center position when released, but the Mod wheel stays put when you adjust it. Above the Editor keyboard, and to the left of the Preset Name field is an Auto Dump LED button:
Auto Dump is a feature that resynchronizes the Editor with the Voyager if the MIDI connection between the Voyager and the Editor is interrupted, either accidentally or intentionally. When enabled, the Editor periodically requests the edited preset from the Voyager (you will see the Voyagers MIDI LED will flash periodically when Auto Dump is selected). A complete preset update is sent with each request. You can safely keep Auto Dump disabled and enable it if you ever lose the connection between the Voyager and the Editor during an editing session.
7.3 Writing Presets to the Voyager The Editors Write command allows you to save an edited preset to the Voyager. The command is located under the Edit menu:
Selecting Write brings up a dialog box as shown:
Choose a destination (bank and location) and click OK to store the preset. Click Cancel to cancel the operation. 7.4 Other Edit Menu Commands The Editors Edit menu also contains commands to Copy, Paste, Rename and Initialize the current preset. Although largely self-explanatory, heres what they do: The Copy command copies all parameters for the current preset. The Paste command pastes all copied parameters to the current preset. The Initialization command will initialize the current preset to default parameters.
then use the pulldown menu to select a preset from that bank:
With a preset selected, the Morpher slider will allow you to morph between the selected preset and the current preset in the Editor, and audition the sound at any point. The current Editor preset is positioned at 0% (slider at far left) and the selected preset at 100% (slider at far right). The smoothness of the transition from 0% to 100% is highly dependant on the choice of presets. Compatible sounds tend to transition smoother than contrasting sounds, but possibilities for new sound combinations exist at every point. Experimentation is encouraged.
Note: As you morph between the two presets with the Morpher slider, you will notice that the preset name in the Editor (and the Voyagers LCD) changes. This is normal, as the program is morphing the names of the presets along with the parameters. The current preset name is displayed at slider position 0%(far left), and the selected preset name is displayed at slider position 100% (far right). Values in between will scramble the name.
The Cancel button closes the nanoM window. Note: You must close the nanoM window to order to return to Editor program.
9 PROGRAM WINDOWS - THE PRESET GENETICS WINDOW The Preset Genetics window is selected from the Options menu of the main page, or from the Editor window under the Generator menu. Preset Genetics allows you to quickly build new sounds from two existing ones in a similar fashion to breeding. Parameters of each of the two sources (parents) are combined using four different functions to generate a new bank of presets (kids). A view of the Preset Genetics window is shown below. The two source banks (parent banks, also called mommy and daddy) are located in the upper left, along with buttons for the four different genetics functions. The generated bank (kids) and the top offspring bank are located in the lower left. On the right is a scrollable filters window that allows user-selected parameters to be excluded from the genetics function. Directly below the filters window is a single parameter adjustment function that permits you to change one of the preset parameters for an entire Voyager bank. Both parent banks use the presets from the User Bank, and these banks will automatically load when the Preset Genetics window is opened. Any pair of the 128 available presets can be used for the genetics functions (one each from mother and father). The result of applying the user-selected genetics functions creates the child bank, and any keepers auditioned from the child bank can then be moved into the top offspring bank.
When you click OK, a new Kids bank is generated from the Mommy bank. Every preset in the Kids bank now contains the newly modified parameter. To save the change, select Replace Voyager Bank with the Kids Bank from the FILE menu. Clicking OK will send the Kids bank to the Voyager. Clicking No will not update the Voyager bank, but will update the Mommy bank with the changes, allowing you to make additional changes if desired.
Note: Numerical values for Single Parameter Adjustment are displayed as 8-bit values (0-255) when the Editor Parameter Resolution is set to 8-bit resolution. Numerical values are displayed as 16-bit values (0-65535) when the Editor Parameter Resolution is set to 16-bit resolution.
9.2 Moving Genetics Presets Presets created in the Genetics window can be moved in several ways: Selected presets can be dragged from either the Top Offspring or Kids bank directly into any Librarian category. Selected presets can be dragged from either the Top Offspring or Kids bank directly into the User Bank. When dragging a preset to the User Bank, a message dialog will be displayed asking if you also want to write the preset to the Voyager's bank:
Clicking OK will send the Top Offspring or Kids preset to the Voyager. Selecting No will not update the Voyager bank, but will update the Users Bank with the change. Selecting Cancel will cancel the operation.
Note: The Preset Genetics module does not support the same multiple selection options as the Librarian and User Banks (i.e. the SHIFT and COMMAND keys have no function).
9.3 The Preset Genetics Menus The File menu contains commands to manipulate the banks and files in the Preset Genetics window:
Save Top Offspring As Library File permits saving the complete Top Offspring bank as a separate library file, regardless of the number of presets in the bank. Paste Top Offspring To Library will copy the contents of the Top Offspring bank to the Librarian, pasting the presets into the end of the Library (unassigned) category. The Clear Top Offspring command will delete all entries in the Top Offspring bank, while leaving the parent and child banks undisturbed. Refresh Parent Banks will copy the current contents of each selected bank into each parent bank. For example, if Mommy is the A bank, and Daddy is the B bank, selecting Refresh Parent Banks will place the current contents of the A bank into the Mommy, and the current contents of the B bank into the Daddy. The Replace Voyager Bank with the Kids Bank command will replace the contents of the User Bank with the modified presets in the Kids Bank. When using this function you will be presented with an option to send this bank to the Voyager. This function will also replace the Mommy bank, allowing you to continue modifying other preset parameters. The Close command will close the Preset Genetics window and return you to the main window. Alternatively, you can also click the red button in the upper left corner. The Mommy and Daddy menus allow you to independently select any of the seven banks for the genetics function as shown:
EDIT WINDOW Moog Voyager menu: H Hide Moog Voyager H Hide Others Q Quit File menu: E Close Edit menu: C Copy V Paste R Rename W Write I Initialize MIDI menu: U Receive Current Panel M MIDI Setup Generator menu: G Preset Genetics
GENETICS WINDOW Moog Voyager menu: H Hide Moog Voyager H Hide Others Q Quit File menu: S Save Top Offspring V Paste Top Offspring W Close
APPENDIX A OSX AUDIO MIDI SETUP PROCEDURE Steps 1 through 4 should only be necessary if you are setting up a MIDI interface for the first time, or if you are connecting to a new MIDI interface. Some MIDI interfaces may require additional connection setup. Refer to the manufacturers instructions for details. The OSX Audio MIDI setup can also be used to connect external keyboard controller to route and play notes on your Voyager/RME. Step by step OSX MIDI setup: 1. If you are installing a MIDI interface for the first time, or if you are connecting to a new interface, follow the manufacturers recommended installation procedure for guidelines on the installation process. This will generally mean either installing an internal MIDI interface board into the Macintosh chassis, or simply connecting an external USB or Firewire MIDI interface, then installing the driver software. 2. Upon completing step 1, reboot the computer (or power ON) and open Audio MIDI Setup (found in Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup). You can also use the Finder to search for Audio MIDI Setup. 3. In the Audio MIDI Setup window, select the MIDI Devices tab below the title bar. You should now see an icon for your new MIDI interface. In this example, we are adding an M-Audio MIDI Sport 1x1 USB interface. (Note: Depending on your Mac OS version, the Audio MIDI Setup window may look slightly different from the one shown below)
4. Click on the Show Info icon to reveal the Properties window for the new interface. In the Properties window, click on the More Information arrow to expand the window. Enter the desired Name, Port and MIDI information in the proper fields (this will depend on your setup) and click the APPLY button.
5. Click on the ADD DEVICES icon You will see a new external device icon added to the MIDI Setup window:
6. Click on the Show Info button to rename the new external device. Here we are entering the Minimoog Voyager information into the name fields. In this window you can also select a new display icon, change the icon color, and specify MIDI transmit and receive channels and MIDI clock options. When finished, click the APPLY button and close the Properties window by clicking on the red close button in the upper right corner:
User Notes for Minimoog Voyager Software Update 3.0
I. CHANGES TO OPERATING SYSTEM The Minimoog Voyager Operating System version 3.0 (V3.0) contains important and powerful new functions for the instrument. This enhancement requires an upgrade to both your Voyager hardware and to the V3.0 software. Here is an overview of the modification and enhancements: V3.0 extends the current single bank of 128 presets to 7 banks of 128 presets for a total of 896 user accessible presets. 768 of the 896 presets are loaded with Voyager presets from the Rack Mount Edition, Electric Blue, Anniversary Edition, Performer Edition, Signature Edition, and a bank made by German synthesist Thomas Wolf. The remainder of the preset locations are loaded with default presets blank canvasses for your sonic creations. V3.0 comes with an enhanced feature that allows the player to transpose the entire keyboard by up to 2 octaves up or down.
MIDI Enhancements: Allows you to send either 7 or 14 bit resolution CC messages from the Mod Wheel. Optionally reduces the amount of MIDI data being sent from the Touch Surface.
(These last two enhancements allow the Voyager to work better with older MIDI equipment). There have been a few changes in both the Panel Mode and Master Mode. Please take note of the changes on the following pages.
II. PANEL MODE: Menu numbering scheme: 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 T.S. Reduction Ext. Audio Pot Real Panel Param (used to be in EDIT mode under REAL PANEL CONTR) LCD Contrast (used to be in Master Mode)
2.1 T.S. REDUCTION T.S. Reduction thins the number of MIDI CCs sent by the Touch Surface inputs when more than one is used at a time. The amount of MIDI data produced by these inputs can be immense, and can crash lesser MIDI devices. 2.2 EXT. AUDIO POT This allows the External Audio Pot to scroll through the presets. It is a faster way to change presets instead of using +/- buttons. When this is on, turning the External Audio control changes the preset number in the display. Press ENTER to load a new preset. 2.3 REAL PANEL PARAM Real Panel PARAM is a function that enables the operation of the Voyager from the front panel. To use this function, enter PANEL MODE by pressing the PANEL button. Press the +1 key to highlight REALPANEL PARAM and press ENTER. The screen prompts: Load the actual Panel Parameters Yes/No? Use the CURSOR button to select Yes and press ENTER. The sound produced when the keyboard is played is now determined by the settings of the front panel controls. 2.4 LCD CONTRAST When this is selected, use the +/-1 buttons to change the LCD contrast. Different angles of the front panel may require different contrast settings for comfortable viewing of the display. CHANGING BANKS In PANEL mode, note the current Bank Number in the upper right corner of the screen (B1 is Bank 1). Hold down the CURSOR Key and push the +/-1 buttons to change banks. Note the text change to the Bank Number (B1, B2, B3and so on). Once inside the desired bank use +/-1 buttons to change presets. If the PANEL mode function Ext. Audio Pot is on, use the External Audio Level control to scroll through the presets. With this function, press ENTER to load a new preset. The Voyager can receive Program Change messages only for the current Bank. Presets can only be sent or received from the current Bank.
KEYBOARD OCTAVE TRANSPOSITION Press the EDIT key twice to access the transpose menu. Display will read -2 -1 Null +1 +2 Note: NULL is the Voyagers Default setting. Push the +/-1 buttons to shift octave to the desired location. For example, if you would like to set your keyboard up 2 octaves, press the +1 twice.
Note: The Envelope Gate must be set to Keyboard for this feature to be utilized. When the power is turned off to the Voyager the octa ve transpose feature is reset to the default setting. III. MASTER MODE Menu page numbering scheme: 1.1MIDI Run. Status 2.1 MIDI Mod Wheel 1.1 MIDI RUN. STATUS MIDI Running Status is used to reduce the MIDI data sent when a number of MIDI messages with the same Status Byte are sent. Running status eliminates the Status Byte. Some MIDI devices can handle Running Status, and some cant, so you have an option of turning this on or off. To use, select Midi Running Status and press ENTER. The Screen will prompt Switch on MIDI Running Status? Yes/No. To turn it on, use the Cursor button to select Yes and press ENTER. To turn it off use the Cursor button to select No and press ENTER. 2.1 MIDI MOD WHEEL This feature allows you to select transmission of 7 or 14 bit MIDI CC messages from the Mod Wheel. To access this function, select MIDI Mod Wheel from the Master Mode menu with +/-1 buttons and press ENTER. Use +/-1 to change desired setting to either 7 bit or 14 bit resolution. Only CC1 is sent choosing 7 bit. With 14 bit, both CC1 (Most Significant Byte (MSB)) and C33 (Least Significant Byte (LSB) are sent. www.moogmusic.com Prepared 7/14/05 2005 Moog Music Inc. All Rights Reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice.
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