The MIDI map sets which note of the sound module is played when the DWe instrument is struck. This is used when using DWe instruments in combination with other software/hardware sound module.
Open the MIDI Map Panel:
- Launch the DWe Control software on your computer.
- Within the DWe Control interface, locate and click on the "MIDI MAP" button. This action will open the MIDI Map panel, where you can manage MIDI mapping configurations.
Choose a MIDI Map:
- In the MIDI Map panel, you'll find a drop-down menu labeled "MIDI MAP." Click on this drop-down menu to reveal the available MIDI map options.
- From the list of available MIDI maps, select the desired one that you want to use. If the default is "DWe," you can choose a different map that suits your needs.
Apply the Selection:
Once you've selected the desired MIDI map from the drop-down menu, the software will automatically apply the chosen map to your settings.
Close the MIDI Map Panel:
After selecting the new MIDI map, click the "CLOSE" button within the MIDI Map panel to exit this configuration interface.
If the specific MIDI map you're looking for is not present in the drop-down menu list, you have a couple of options:
- Import a MIDI Map: If you have an external MIDI map file that you'd like to use, there might be an option within the software to import it. Look for an "Import" or "Load" option within the MIDI Map panel.
- Create a Custom MIDI Map: If you need a unique MIDI map that isn't available, you can usually create a custom one. There might be an option to create a new custom map, where you can manually define the MIDI assignments and configurations. Once you've set it up, you can save it to the hub for later use.
Remember that the specific steps may vary slightly depending on the software version and features. See the related Q&A "Creating a Custom MIDI Map".