The dot2 can handle different types of MIDI and it can both transmit and receive MIDI.
You can see the incoming and outgoing MIDI data on a console by pressing Tools and then MIDI Monitor.
If you are using a dot2 onPC, then you need to setup your MIDI in and outputs. This is also done in Tools menu. Here you can tap MIDI Configuration and select what MIDI devices you use to receive and transmit MIDI.
This is a system to use received MIDI notes to trigger different things in the console. It's all set up in the Remote Inputs Configuration view.
Her you have the option to map incoming MIDI Note signals to executors or to trigger a command that you write in the configuration.
MIDI Remote Input only triggers the executors on the console that receives the MIDI signal.
You can send MIDI notes from cues or directly from the command line.
MIDI Note コマンド を用いると、MIDIノート・メッセージを送信できます。詳しくはコマンドの説明を参照してください。
The MIDI Note command is transmitted from a standalone console or if you have a session, then it's the session master (the console with the Blue Heart icon next to the command line input) that transmit the MIDI.
dot2 卓は、MIDI Show Control を送信できる任意のデバイスによって制御できます。MSCに関しては多くの設定があります。 You can find them in Setup and then MIDI Show Control. Her you can change the settings to match the settings in the transmitter (often a Show Control software or some Sound software).
When you use MSC you can only control executors on the first page or the Main Executor.
The MSC data needs to be transmitted to a standalone console or if you have a session, then it's the session master (the console with the Blue Heart icon next to the command line input) that reacts to the MIDI.
dot2 卓は、MSCコマンドをデバイスに送信できます。これによって、他のデバイス(例: サウンド・サンプラーなど)を制御できます。 All the settings for this is found in Setup and then MIDI Show Control. Here you need to set your settings to match the MSC receiver.
The MSC data is transmitted from a standalone console or if you have a session, then it's the session master (the console with the Blue Heart icon next to the command line input) that transmit the MIDI.
The executor you want to be controlled by MTC needs to have "MIDI" selected in the Settings of Executor window. Then you need to have some cues in that executor that uses Timecode as the trigger. When Timecode is the trigger, then you can set a time in the "Trig Time" column. When your incoming MTC reaches the time you have set in the Trig Time column, then the cue is triggered. You don't need to have the cue as the next cue, it'll jump to the cue that have the time that matches the incoming MTC. Just remember to have the fader up.
You can type the times manually or you can tap TC Record in the Cues view title bar. This will start a recording function. Then you can do a normal Go to the Timecode cues and it will record the time into the Trig Time column. You can also use the Record command to activate this timecode record function. When you have an active recording going on then you'll have a flashing red circle with a white "T" icon next to the Command line input. There'll also be a flashing red circle in the Cues view and in the Executor Bar. You turn off the Record function by tapping the TC Record again.
MTCの有効/無効は、Setup の Timecode Configuration ウィンドウ で切り替えられます。すべての入力タイムコードをオフにしていると、TC Record はタップできません。
The incoming MTC can come into the system from any console/onPC in the session - not just the master.