Moog Sirin def file


#1

NAME:SIRIN
OUT:USB
CHANNEL:1

0:NOTE_PRf
1:MOD_WHLc
3:LFO_FRQc
5:GLDERATE
7:VOLUMEc
12:VCF_MODc
13:VCO_MODc
15:VCO1LVLc
16:VCO2LVLc
17:VCO2FRQc
18:BEATFRQc
19:VCF_FRQc
20:VCF_KEYc
21:VCF_RESc
22:VCF_ENVc
23:VCF_ATKc
24:VCF_DRLc
25:VCF_SUSc
27:EXT_LVLc
28:VCA_ATKc
29:VCA_DRLc
30:VCA_SUSc
33:MOD_WHLf
35:LFO_FRQf
39:VOLUMEf
44:VCF_MODf
45:VCO_MODf
47:VCO1LVLf
48:VCO2LVLf
49:VCO2FRQf
50:BEATFRQf
51:VCF_FRQf
52:VCF_KEYf
53:VCF_RESf
54:VCF_ENVf
55:VCF_ATKf
56:VCF_DRLf
57:VCF_SUSf
59:EXT_LVLf
60:VCA_ATKf
61:VCA_DRLf
62:VCA_SUSf
65:GLDEONOF
70:VCO1_WAV
71:VCO2_WAV
72:REL_ONOF
73:TRIGMODE
81:NOTESYNC
82:LFO_RETR
83:GLDELGTO
86:LFO_DIV
87:LFO_SYNC
89:VCF_VELO
90:VOL_VELO
91:NOTE_PRc
92:GLDETYPE
107:BEND_UP
108:BEND_DN
120:SNDS_OFF
122:LOC_ONOF
123:NTES_OFF

‘c’ stands for coarse (MSB)
‘f’ stands for fine (LSB)

there seemed to be some faulty VCF CC’s in the manual, so I followed the logic of LSB = MSB+32 for those values…

Might be useful with the Moog Minitaur also?

have fun