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Nordi

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Printing preference of all Midi-Presets
« on: January 22, 2018, 03:26:01 PM »
Hi Arlo
After using SLM since a lot of years and changing sometimes some Equipment, i habe a lot of Midi-Presets. And i lost the summary over the MPs 😊😊
Maybe a lot of musicans like me will be glad, if we can print out the Midi-Presets.
Name of Midi-Preset
Midi-Channel xx - MSB / LSB / Number
 Midi-Channel xx - MSB / LSB / Number
....
Midi-CC MSB / LSB / Value....
....
Used in Songs...
???

That will be great. Cheers Nordi

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Re: Printing preference of all Midi-Presets
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2018, 08:24:12 AM »
If you switched to BandHelper, you could use the MIDI Preset export button to export a tab-delimited text file that you could open in a spreadsheet app and print. (Or you could just print the MIDI Presets page from the website.) You could also use the website to sort and filter the preset list and then do batch updates or batch deletes. Set List Maker doesn't have these capabilities, though.

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Re: Printing preference of all Midi-Presets
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2018, 01:17:26 PM »
Hi Arlo
Thanks! Maybe i change to BHP

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Re: Printing preference of all Midi-Presets
« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2018, 06:57:22 AM »
If you switched to BandHelper, you could use the MIDI Preset export button to export a tab-delimited text file that you could open in a spreadsheet app and print. (Or you could just print the MIDI Presets page from the website.) You could also use the website to sort and filter the preset list and then do batch updates or batch deletes. Set List Maker doesn't have these capabilities, though.
Hi Arlo
I know this here ist normaly the wrong thread, but i do not know where is better ;-)

I changed from SLM to BHP, and will say the BHP looks better for my eyes. But there was some little problems on my way. First, if i start BHP for the first time, i did not know that i have to get a Account first! Ok, a few minutes later this prob was past. Maybe some little words on start-screen of BHP will other people give a little better start 😊

After that, i export my Data from SLM to BHP. It works fine, except one point. The colors of the playlist are export as „global“. But the exportet Database from SLM use „personal“. So when i start my setlist i did not see any colors in the playlist. After some minutes of searching i find the problem and can fix it. Maybe you can have a look about that.
Hope you can understand what i mean ;-)
Cheers - Heinz

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Re: Printing preference of all Midi-Presets
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2018, 08:43:34 AM »
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if i start BHP for the first time, i did not know that i have to get a Account first! Ok, a few minutes later this prob was past. Maybe some little words on start-screen of BHP will other people give a little better start 😊

The login page says "You must have an existing BandHelper account to use this app." At least for the iOS version, Apple doesn't allow me to be more specific or link to the website because the subscriptions aren't paid through Apple.

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The colors of the playlist are export as „global“. But the exportet Database from SLM use „personal“. So when i start my setlist i did not see any colors in the playlist. After some minutes of searching i find the problem and can fix it.

I'm not sure what you mean, but a common mistake is that people turn on personal sync in BandHelper but haven't entered any personal colors. Is that what you found?