Access Virus B definition file


#1

NAME:VirusKB
OUT:A
CHANNEL:3
0:BankSelect
1:ModWheel
2:BreathCtrl
4:FootCtrl
5:PortaTime
6:DataSlider
7:ChVolume
8:Balance
10:Panorama
11:Expression
17:Osc1Shape
18:Osc1PW
19:Osc1WaveSelect
20:Osc1Semitone
21:Osc1Keyfollow
22:Osc2Shape
23:Osc2PW
24:Osc2WaveSelect
25:Osc2Semitone
26:Osc2Detune
27:Osc2FMAmount
28:Osc2Sync
29:Osc2FEnv
30:FMFltEnv
31:Osc2Keyfollow
32:BankSelect
33:OscBalance
34:SubOscVolume
35:SubOscShape
36:OscMainVolume
37:NoiseVolume
38:RingMVolume
39:NoiseColor
40:Cutoff
41:Cutoff2
42:Flt1Resonance
43:Flt2Resonance
44:Flt1EnvAmt
45:Flt2EnvAmt
46:Flt1Keyfollow
47:Flt2Keyfollow
48:FltBalance
49:SaturCurve
51:Flt1Mode
52:Flt2Mode
53:FltRouting
54:FltEnvAttack
55:FltEnvDecay
56:FltEnvSust
57:FEnvSusTime
58:FEnvRelease
59:AmpEnvAttack
60:AmpEnvDecay
61:AmpEnvSust
62:AmpEnvSust
63:AmpEnvRelease
64:HoldPedal
65:PortaPedal
66:SostnPedal
67:Lfo1Rate
68:Lfo1Shape
69:Lfo1EnvMode
70:Lfo1Mode
71:Lfo1Symmetry
72:Lfo1KeyFollow
73:Lfo1KeyTrigger
74:Os1Lfo1Amount
75:Os2Lfo1Amount
76:PWLfo1Amount
77:ResLfo1Amount
78:FGaiLfo1
79:Lfo2Rate
80:Lfo2Shape
81:Lfo2EnvMode
82:Lfo2Mode
83:Lfo2Symmetry
84:Lfo2KeyFollow
85:Lfo2KeyTrigger
86:OShapLfo2Amount
87:FmAmntLfo2Amount
88:Cutoff1Lfo2Amount
89:Cutoff2Lfo2Amount
90:PanLfo2Amount
91:PatchVolume
93:Transpose
94:KeyMode
97:UnisonMode
98:UnisDetune
99:UniPanSpread
100:UniLfoPhase
101:InputMode
102:InputSelect
105:ChorMix
106:ChorRate
107:ChorDepth
108:ChorDelay
109:ChorFeedback
110:ChrLfoShape
112:DelayRevMode
113:FXSend
114:DelayTime
115:DelayFeedback
116:DelayRate
117:DelayDepth
118:DelLfoShape
119:DelayColor
122:KeybLocal
123:NotesOff


#2

I am a new user here. Do I have to create 16 different files to access all 16 channels on the Virusb?

kind regards
cyber7 (aka Aubrey Kloppers, Cape Town, South Africa)


#3

If you set the CHANNEL in the definition to 0, it won’t overwrite the channel of the track you are calling it on.


#4

So, @vegeta897, if I get it right, instead of adding 16 files, I can just set this to 0 and I will be able to use the file on the entire “Midi A/B/USB” out?


#5

Yes, if you call this definition on a track that is outputting to midi A channel 4 (for example) then it will continue to output to that channel after calling. Same with any other track outputting to any other channel.


#6

Thank you so much!


#7

as reference: https://www.elektronauts.com/uploads/default/original/3X/6/5/651c02c661db30c5bd199e6bb2ec1ddebb30c9a8.jpg