Each button has 2 layers.
Each layer has up to 4 commands.
Each command can choose out of 19 types.
Each Button has 2 layers: Normal Press and Press-And-Hold. This doubles your amount of buttons!
5 Different Press-And-Hold types: Block, Once, Trigger-Only, Block Page and Hold.
This is the default use of buttons.
Press-and-hold does not work. Buttons will respond faster because commands will be processed on button press and not on button release.
Activates the button on the 2nd layer once and will return back to the 1st layer page on the next press.
Activates the button on the 2nd layer but stays on the 1st layer.
When using a page button, all buttons will switch from Page 1 to Page2. Using Block Page will override this. Blocks with this press-hold value will stay on Page 1.
Activates the button on the 2nd layer and stays there.
Each Layer has up to 4 commands.
Commands are transmitted all at once.
Alternatively commands can be transmitted Step-By-Step. Only one command will be transmitted on each step. On the next button press, the next command will be transmitted. And so on...
At the end, the first command will be transmitted again. And so on...
Each command can choose out of 19 Types.
None does nothing! If steps is active, this command will be skipped.
Preset (PC) also known as Program Change transmits a program change PC on a midi channel Ch (1-16).
ON sends a control change CC (1-127) on Ch (1-16) with Value 127 (maximum). OFF sends exactly the same CC with Value 0 (minimum).
CC On Only always sends Value 127 on each press on CC (1-127) on Ch (1-16). This command is ideal for Tap-tempo. The corresponding LED will blink briefly.
CC Off Only is the opposite.
Use this if you need a value different than minimum (0) or maximum (127).
A nice feature to change your Exp. Input, e.g. from Wah to Volume.
Replaces the CC and Ch of the regular Expr Auto On settings.
Turns another Button On or Off.
In some cases, there might be a conflict with the visual LEDs on/off layout and the actual on/off state of the connected musical instrument. Using the All Other LEDs Off command can solve this problem.
The MC-5jr is capable of handling scenes, a Fractal Audio Systems™ feature.
Bank Down/Up selects the first preset number and decreases/increases it with the count of all the presets on the layout.
Decreases/increases the current preset number.
When clicking on a Preset Select button, all LEDs will blink blue and all buttons are connected to their respective Preset number. E.g. clicking on button 4 will bring you to preset 4. After selection, buttons will go back to their programmed state.
When clicking on a Bank Select button, all LEDs will blink red and all buttons are connected to their respective Bank number. E.g. clicking on button 3 will bring you to bank 3. After selection, buttons will go back to their programmed state.
Toggles between page 1 and 2, and changes all buttons at once.
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