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Default Adding Sysex -Sonar - Tyros 2 - 08-10-2008, 02:31 PM

This questions has probably been asked before so I apologize for being lazy and asking it again. I will be in the process of creating 6 or 7 Mp3s of cover tunes that will be eventually be uploaded on a yet to be created "myspace" webpage. It appears that this will be more economical than creating CDs to pass out to perspective clients.

That being said I will record 6 or 7 midi files in Sonar (version 7 pro).

Here are my observations and questions.

When I play midi files either through Sonar or loaded directly from the hard drive off of the Tyros many of the patches don't sound exactly like they should. My guess is that the DSP is not programmed into the track (patch), Therefore the Tyros in essence plays a stripped down version of the patch. I believe I read somewhere that the way to take care of this was to bring each song in to song creator, select the instruments (patch) and then store and I would be good to go. Is there a way to manually insert some type of midi command in Sonar so that when I save the file (as a .mid) and then bring it over to the Tyros the patch will sound correct?

The manual and midi/event list is a little confusing.

Ia appreciate any and all help.
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