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    Jazz/Pop Pianist Needs Help With Roland Synth

    Hello! My name is Rob. I am a jazz/pop pianist from Hoboken, NJ. I have a Roland Fantom X7 synthesizer. I need help in programing the sequencer. Is there any body out there with this expertise?

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    Welcome to MIMF, Rob.

    Great to have you become a forum member - Hopefully someone will chime in with the help advice you are seeking.
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    Hello Rob

    I am afraid I can't help you, but welcome to the forum.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robmopsick View Post
    Hello! My name is Rob. I am a jazz/pop pianist from Hoboken, NJ. I have a Roland Fantom X7 synthesizer. I need help in programing the sequencer. Is there any body out there with this expertise?
    Hello Rob and welcome aboard.

    Whilst I haven't had direct experience with the Fantom sequencer for a while, I've had much experience with plenty of hardware and software sequencers over the years so I'm happy to impart what I know. What is it exactly that you're trying to do that isn't satisfactorily explained in the manual? (and I know they can be painful to wade through).

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    Aloha Rob,

    Welcome to the Starship MIMF where everyone is a star - Please do make yourself feel right at home and stay for a spell.

    Cheers,

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    Hi Rob...

    ...and welcome. There are a wealth of midi sites out there that can help with your programming challenge. I can't access my computer right now (I am on a borrowed one) since my laptop bit the big one last week and I haven't been able to use it. I have a whole slew of bookmarks for midi programming that could help you out if only I could get to them. But if you google program midi keyboards that would be a good start. I think one of the sites (not sure) is midiworld.com.

    If I am able to get my computer working again I will return to this thread and post some locations for you.
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