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PA4X - MSP(Android)
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hi folks
running Android 10 on an HUAWEI POT-LX1 with daily actuell MobileSheet-Pro release
This is my PA4X curriculum "how to"

ENVIRONMENT - site
ANDROID - site
PA4X - site

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environment - site
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1. using USB-B socket on the PA4X rear (not Host-port)
plug in a standard USB-B male on the back side of PA4X device
use a USB-A jack to USB-micro adapter to plug the other end into your HUAWEI POT-LX1 (or tablet)

2. using standard MIDI socket


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ANDROID - site
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MobileSheet-pro - MIDI settings
+- MIDI-rec. channel set to 16 ("all" works also fine)
+- MIDI-trans. channel set to 16
+- MIDI-echo set to off
+- multi MIDI-channel set to off
+- MIDI-device set to KORG
+- MIDI-connection set MIDI-lib to HIGH-PERFORMANCE (USB NOLY)

than

- select an existing song by long pressing song-title (song is markt left)
- press edit (upper screen section MS-pro)
- go to MIDI
(following steps are an example to set style on PA4X device)
- set TITLE for your style event
+- TYP set to PATCH SELECT
+- CHANNEL set to 16
+- Bank 
   +- select MSB = 0 and marked below
   +- select LSB = 1 and marked below
+- Programm Change set to 9
+- "on load" set on

(thats all - works)

(following steps are are another example to set style on PA4X device)
- set TITLE for your style event
+- TYP set to PATCH SELECT
+- CHANNEL set to 16
+- Bank 
   +- select MSB = 0 and marked below
   +- select LSB = 5 and marked below
+- Programm Change set to 3
+- "on load" set on

(thats all - works)


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PA4X - site
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MIDI parameter are installed as written in MS documetation



thanks to Mike. Some investigations are needed. Will collect my experiences here... 
also selecting on SongBook Entries.
how about transfering SongBook Entries from/to the PA4X device?

cheers - Shak Bambi
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#2
If you go to Settings->MIDI Settings->Configure MIDI Connections, you'll see a dropdown for the MIDI library. Try changing that to "Google", then when the input and output ports show up for the PA4x, tap them to connect, and if you see a successful connection, the next step is to test to see if the connection is working. Go to the Songs tab of the library screen, tap "New" at the top of the screen, go to the MIDI tab, tap the last icon on the right to bring up the MIDI listen dialog and then send MIDI commands from the keyboard. If commands show up, then you should be able to configure the MIDI messages you want to send/receive. If nothing shows up, you can try the other MIDI libraries, and if you still can't get it working, then I need to know what kind of cable you are using to connect the keyboard to the Android tablet, as that would point to some kind of hardware issue.

Mike
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(07-16-2022, 02:41 AM)Zubersoft Wrote: If you go to Settings->MIDI Settings->Configure MIDI Connections, you'll see a dropdown for the MIDI library. Try changing that to "Google", then when the input and output ports show up for the PA4x, tap them to connect, and if you see a successful connection, the next step is to test to see if the connection is working. Go to the Songs tab of the library screen, tap "New" at the top of the screen, go to the MIDI tab, tap the last icon on the right to bring up the MIDI listen dialog and then send MIDI commands from the keyboard. If commands show up, then you should be able to configure the MIDI messages you want to send/receive. If nothing shows up, you can try the other MIDI libraries, and if you still can't get it working, then I need to know what kind of cable you are using to connect the keyboard to the Android tablet, as that would point to some kind of hardware issue.

Mike

Mike - my post has been updated. Please see above.
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