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  1. Rubens S.
  2. CP88-CP73 Stage Piano
  3. Saturday, 11 April 2020
Hi guys.

There are a way to use the standard Knobs and Buttons (For ex: Volume or Tone on EP Mode), to control the Zones?

In a simple words ..... I have a LIVE SET (MST and ADV activate) with just PIANO SW = ON, and two ZONEs sending message to my Roland Integra-7 (Midi Channel 2 and 3).
So, I'm trying to control the volume on my "External Module" using the CP73. Is it possible?

Thanks
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Bad Mister
Yamaha
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Within the “Settings” area of your LIVE SET activate “Master Keyboard” and activate the “Advanced Zone Sw“
This gives you access to the settings per Zone. Among them is “Volume” — this will allow you send a Volume setting for each Zone. You can create the precise balance you require for each of the external Channels you are controlling (relative to the internal Part).

You also have an option (Tx Switch Volume) that determines whether the Zone will respond to Volume change sent from the CP via a controller set to control output level

You can use a Foot Controller to send real-time Volume changes to those Zones set to respond to them.

See pages 33-35 of the Owner’s Manual
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Thanks BM.

So, I have success to do this procedure, where I'm using FC1 Assing to control - 115 (USB Audio Volume), or 07 (All Volume).
But, I'm not find the correct CC to control the volume just the ZONE 1....What I'm doing wrong?

I have a LIVE SET with this configuration:
Master Keyboard: Mode SW = ON
Master Keyboard: Advanced zone = ON
Master Keyboard: Zone Settings : Zone 1 = ON
Master Keyboard: Zone Settings : Zone 1 Tx SW FC1 = ON
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Hi Rubens.
Don´t forget to match the Tx channel for the zones you use. It must be the same in both the CP73´s sending zone and the Integra 7´s receiving part.
Best regards// Stefan.
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Thanks Stefan ... I did this .... everthing is fine.
I'm just like to control volume for external zone in real time ....
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Everything looks correct in your CP. Dubbel check that the Tx SW Volume is ON in the Zone. Please check in your Integra in the MIDI tab. There is a parameter VO (RX volume). It must be set to ON for receiving volume changes for the different channels. (Page 10 in the Integra 7 Parameter Guide).
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My problem is focus on "setup controler" on CP73.

I can't setup on controler like FC1 or Modulation to send a Volume CC just to ZONE1.
Are not a CC comand to that ....
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Bad Mister
Yamaha
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You can determine what gets Transmitted to each Zone, by setting the “Tx Sw” (Transmit Switches) for that Zone. Say you have two external Zones setup, Zone 1 and Zone 2.
If you want to control only the Volume of Zone 1, you set the “Tx Sw Volume” = On in Zone 1 and the “Tw Sw Volume” = Off in Zone 2

*Volume* is dedicated Control... It, therefore, has its own Transmit On/Off Switch.

And although FC1 can be set to control Volume (cc7 or cc11), it can be set to send many other things, as well, other than Volume. If you want to prevent FC1 from sending Volume you must use the dedicated “Tx Sw Volume” = Off, NOT “Tx Sw FC1”

If you set FC1 to send something other than Volume (cc7, cc11) and you wish to turn it Off that is when “Tx Sw FC1” is used. For example, say you were using a FC to send cc1 Modulation Wheel... and you only wanted one of the Zones to respond, that is when you would use “Tx Sw FC” option.
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