DSI Mopho Desktop CC Definitions

tested, source: dsi mopho desktop manual 1.2

DSI Mopho Desktop CC Definitions

the first letter stand for:
O# = Oscillator 1 or 2
A = Amplifier
E = Envelope
F = Filter

15:Clk Dev
20:O1 Frq
21:O1 Frq F
22:O1 Shape
23:O1 Glide
24:O2 Frq
25:O2 Frq F
26:O2 Shape
27:O2 Glide
28:Osc Mix
29:Noise Lev
30:O1 Sub
31:O2 Sub
75:A Sus
76:A Rel
77:E3 Sus
78:E3 Rel
85:E3 Dest
86:E3 Amt
87:E3 Vel Amt
88:E3 Dly
89:E3 Att
90:E3 Dec
102:F Frq
103:F Res
104:F Key Amt
105:F Aud Mod
106:F E Amt
107:F E Vel Amt
108:F Dly
109:F Att
110:F Dec
111:F Sus
112:F Res
113:A Lev
115:A Env Amt
116:A Vel Amt
117:A Dly
118:A Att
119:A Dec


Thanks for the definition file, i may use it in the future, as the Mopho is my main instrument for bass lines when playing live. But later as i can’t test the beta for the moment!

But right now i just think about the something : for the Filter Cut Off (and other parameters, but i don’t have them in mind now), the Mopho use a range of value from 0 to 164, and not 127 as the usuals Midi CC! So if you use the CC 102, you cannot automate the full cutoff range available on the Mopho.

The Mopho is using the NRPN 7 to control the full range of its cutoff, but i’m sorry i can’t tell more about this because i never took the time to dig more, as i didn’t need to automate that for my live sets.

Squarp team : are NRPN part of the definition files? How to handle that kind of things with the Mopho and other synths?

NRPN isn’t supported as of Pyramid 4.02