Hi Phil - hope you are well in these trying times. I purchased a well-formatted MIDI track that includes the SysEx command (F0, 7E, 7F, 09, 01, F7), which of course causes all the programmed parts to reset to an initialized state when I play it from the beginning of the file. That's fine for the parts, but it of course wipes out my A/D IN settings, which I carefully programmed (I'm using a guitar input to play over the track). I understand that the purpose of the SysEx is to return things to the initial state, but I'm wondering if there is some alternative to that command (or a variant of it) that would initialize the MIDI tracks but bypass a saved setting for the A/D IN? (In other words, a SysEx ... with A/D IN bypass). It is irritating to have to reprogram the A/D IN every time I start the SONG over. My alternative I suppose is to remove the SysEx and just program each individual part with its desired VOICE and then store the new settings, but the track is just how I like it now and I'd rather not mess with the programming.
A follow-up question is how to setup some physical control over the A/D IN settings? I've read your great article on the subject
(https://www.yamahasynth.com/moxf-category/physical-controllers-and-destination-parameters-moxf) but I don't think it addresses setting up a controller for, say, the INSERTION EFFECT that I've applied to my guitar. I know how to set up the controller but I can't seem to figure out where to access it from the A/D IN menus.
Thanks as always, David