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jbeach2646
I am curious to know if there is a specific meaning to the numbers in brackets which occur after the Division Name in the track view of a
jOrgan disposition-produced (recorded) midi file.  If you look at any midi file (in a Midi sequencer program) which was produced by a jOrgan disposition, there is a one- to three-digit number in brackets, ex., [479] after the division name.
 
For example:
SOLO[478]
SWELL[475]
GREAT[479]
PEDAL[511]
CHOIR[476]
PEDAL[474]
Console (name)
PERCUSSION[86504]
 
Thanks for the enlightenment.....
 
John Beach

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Re: jOrgan disposition produced Midi files

Sven Meier
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Hi John,

the numbers are internal identifiers, necessary for jOrgan to identify elements.

Have fun
Sven


On 04.05.2016 16:10, John Beach wrote:
I am curious to know if there is a specific meaning to the numbers in brackets which occur after the Division Name in the track view of a
jOrgan disposition-produced (recorded) midi file.  If you look at any midi file (in a Midi sequencer program) which was produced by a jOrgan disposition, there is a one- to three-digit number in brackets, ex., [479] after the division name.
 
For example:
SOLO[478]
SWELL[475]
GREAT[479]
PEDAL[511]
CHOIR[476]
PEDAL[474]
Console (name)
PERCUSSION[86504]
 
Thanks for the enlightenment.....
 
John Beach


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jbeach2646
Thanks, Sven.  I figured they were some sort of identifiers, but could not figure out exactly what they purpose was.
 
John
 
Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: [jOrgan-user] jOrgan disposition produced Midi files
 
Hi John,

the numbers are internal identifiers, necessary for jOrgan to identify elements.

Have fun
Sven


On 04.05.2016 16:10, John Beach wrote:
I am curious to know if there is a specific meaning to the numbers in brackets which occur after the Division Name in the track view of a
jOrgan disposition-produced (recorded) midi file.  If you look at any midi file (in a Midi sequencer program) which was produced by a jOrgan disposition, there is a one- to three-digit number in brackets, ex., [479] after the division name.
 
For example:
SOLO[478]
SWELL[475]
GREAT[479]
PEDAL[511]
CHOIR[476]
PEDAL[474]
Console (name)
PERCUSSION[86504]
 
Thanks for the enlightenment.....
 
John Beach


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