[ BENDS ]
You can choose here whether bends are tracked and which range is used for sending them.
The synth attached needs to have its range set accordingly.
The bends are only send when one note is being played at a time, this to avoid false notes with single channel MIDI.
[ LEGATO ]
Add artificial sustain to each note until the next note appears. when notes are connected this way, many synths create smooth legato transitions, mostly when they are set to monophonic.
[ AFTERTOUCH ]
Adds midi aftertouch (polyphonic pressure) to each note.
Some synths will react to this with interesting dynamics, for example when palm muting
[ MIDI PEDAL ]
Selects the midi port for footcontrollers or other midi controllers.
MIDI Guitar can do the following things with this:
-If your pedal generates PC (Program Changes)..
The patches need to be named with leading numbers, so that MG can load the right one.
001 My first patch name ( loads on PC 1 )
002 My second patch name ( loads on PC 2 )
003 My fthird patch name ( loads on PC 3 ).
Beware: the current system works with a simple alphabetical sort, e.g. having two 003.. patches will put patch 004 at position 5..
Hide the unneeded patch by calling it “NOT003..” or simular, to keep the order.
-If your pedal generates CC (Continuous Controllers)..
1) The CC can be used in the midi machines Transpose and Sustain
2) CC #7 is understood as synth volume by JX10,DX10,Piano and Epiano
3) the builtin JX10 has following special functions:
|MDA JX10 CC functions
||Increase filter cutoff (like a wah pedal)
||Decrease filter cutoff| (inverse wah)
||Increase filter resonance of the filter