Reply 160 of 254, by Cloudschatze
I think I may have found another unsupported, or at least undocumented SysEx on the FB-01... If you look at page 6-20 in the IMF […]
I think I may have found another unsupported, or at least undocumented SysEx on the FB-01...
If you look at page 6-20 in the IMFC Technical Reference, it describes Node Messages.
They have the form F0 43 75 0s 00 0f 0d ... F7
The bolded '00' is what I can't seem to find in the FB-01 documentation (only in their documentation of the data you can receive from a dump, but not sending it... then again, I suppose the idea of a dump would be that you can save it back as-is).
This is better described in the FB-01 service notes, but "00" in this particular context identifies the string as being a "Bulk Data System Message," where the following byte then defines a particular "Operation." For whatever reason, the terminology is different with the IMFC, where it's a "Node Message," followed by a "Format Number," but the usage is the same, except for the "Configuration-2" discrepancy.
It looks like the following four bulk (receive) operations pertaining to the "00" message are compatible with both the FB-01 and IMFC:
F0 43 75 0s 00 00 0x <data> F7 - Voice Bank x (x = 0 - 1)
F0 43 75 0s 00 01 00 <data> F7 - Current Configuration Buffer
F0 43 75 0s 00 02 xx <data> F7 - Configuration Memory (xx = 0 - 15)
F0 43 75 0s 00 03 00 <data> F7 - All Configuration Memory