This is an overview of the features found in the JLCooper Synapse. -16 MIDI inputs -20 MIDI outputs -Large LED display -Programmable MIDI Routing, Splitting, Merging and Processing Each of the three Processors include -Data Filtering -Channel Filtering -Channel Bumping -Velocity Rescale -Four overlapping zones with programmable low note, high note, channel bump and transpose. A total of twelve zones available. -Any of three Processors can be merged, allowing up to three-input Merging -All routing and Processing assignments are stored in 64 memory locations backed by a Lithium Battery -Patch Map alloes up to 16 Program Change Commands to be sent on any combination of MIDI channels and MIDI output ports, 16 per each preset -Remote Operation via MIDI program change and system exclusive -Scope, a diagnostic tool that displays the last incoming MIDI status byte -Panic function that eliminates stuck notes -MIDI Time Code Display -Several Synapses can be linked together to create larger MIDI systems
If I recall, the KMX could only merge channels 1 & 2. What you need is the JL Cooper Synapse. 16 in, 20 out, up to 3 way merging, re-channeling, filtering, and pretty much everything else you'd need in a MIDI patchbay/processor/router.
JL Cooper Synapse. 16x20 plus all kinds of merging and filtering. I have a Sycologic 16x32. Simpler, no merging, but it has a nice remote head. I added a Digital MX8 for additional merging and processing (and more outs).
...remote control means it's super-easy to select another configuration and/or change a source/destination route. I used to have the JL Cooper Synapse, but I never needed filtering and I got paranoid once one of the custom (or at least out of existence) routing ICs inside went bad on one of my units. In addition to the...
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