Author Topic: Make my PSR-S910 to behave as a midi controller (focused on buttons)  (Read 29524 times)

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Offline eriveraa

Hi, i would like my S910 to behave as a midi controller (like Akai, Novation, Nektar controllers) where i can push buttons and send midi messages like Control Change, Program Change, etc.
I have tried pressing buttons "Registration Memory" and "Multipad", but S910 send a lot of midi messages that i can not use.
So, is there a way i can change the behaviour of those buttons in order to send specific midi messages only??.
Is there a tool or software to make that happen? I have already verify the Midi configuration on the S910, but no luck.

Please your help, thanks in advance!
Eduardo.

 

Offline dont811

Re: Make my PSR-S910 to behave as a midi controller (focused on buttons)
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2019, 04:15:09 PM »
Hi Ed,  I've been asking myself the SAME question for a long time now. So I hope after 300+ views WE can get a suggestion, an answer or a cup of coffee. E-mail me if you find out anything will ya ?
Thanks, Don
It's really nice to be back as i am having to relearn almost everything about my S910.
Thanks again 4 all your help.S-910; MU128;  Proteus1&2/XR; Proteus2000;SC-55; KORG I-30; TC-HeliconVoiceLive2;
http://www.youtube.com/user/donscaptvideo
 

Offline Pino

Re: Make my PSR-S910 to behave as a midi controller (focused on buttons)
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2019, 01:14:45 PM »
I have a S910, still a very good keyboard.

I know how to do it,- If you’re still interested 🤔

Pino
SX900 - Ketron SD40 - Maui 5s