Cubase 10 + MFC 10 + PSR Keyboard

Hi Folks,

I am trying to record a chord progression with a style into my Cubase 10. However, when I make a mistake, I stop the recording, but then, the keyboard style keeps plying and it is kind of annoying. Is it possible to have cubase talk to PSR to say when I stop, please YOU stop as well:)

I have PSR midi in connected to my MCF10 pedal midi out and cubase midi out port in going to MFC10 midi in port… I am trying to achieve my goal as follows:

  1. Use Logical Editor/Input transformer on the MIDI track I am recording
  2. Filter the SysEx event type and when it is equal to "F0 7E 7F 09 01 F7! This part I cannot figure out because There is no Data 1,2,3 with SysEx messages. I see only it has comments ( in List editor)
  3. Apply a function/transformer to issue the SysEx message to MCF10 to trigger Button 2 which is set for Stopping a style!

Is this feasible to do? If so, can anyone please guide me with step 2 and 3.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

CS

That is how the sysex is displayed, in the comments.

But then, there is no option to select in filter “comment is”! How can I filter that out?
Also, for the Step 3) in MFC’s manual there is no information about the MIDI IN into MFC!

You use Sysex for the filter target.

Ok: I need a second level filter. The way logical AND works:
Filter: Find all messages X where X is SysEX AND X.comment = 'F0 43 73 00 … F7".
I don’t see where I can place in the second row: X.comment = 'F0 43 73 00 … F7". where “X.comment” means the comment of message X.

I see, you want to use sysex values as the filter target- and the LE doesn’t see the value, just the type ‘sysex’. But I don’t see how that would help you to get Cubase to send a stop command to the PSR, which I suppose, needs to receive 0xFC.

Here are some links to check out.

Check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIDI_beat_clock

Also useful: http://www.jososoft.dk/yamaha/articles/MIDI_10.htm, he shows the commands in a clearer way than the device manuals.

The MIDI implementation for the keyboard is at the yamaha website too. Not for the faint of heart though!

Thank you for the links.

“I don’t see how that would help you to get Cubase to send a stop command to the PSR, which I suppose, needs to receive 0xFC.”

I need to find this out. I have MFC10 connected to both C10 and PSR synth.