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Looking at the chart for a sysex sending mastervolume to my SC-7, it seem mastervolume split on MSB and LSB why?
A volume is only 0-127?

So why both MSB and LSB, what is zero seems clear to me, but what is 127???
//Sysex start
//ID number Universal Realtime
//Device ID Broadcast
//Sub ID 1: Device control message
//Sub ID 2: mastervolums
//LSB
//MSB
//Sysex end

function masterVol(){
settingChange=[0xF0,0x7F,0x7F,0x04,0x01,0x00,0x00,0xF7];
settingChange[5]=document.getElementById("masterVolID").value;
settingChange[6]=document.getElementById("masterVolID").value;
outportarr[outportindex].send(settingChange);
}
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Sorry these manuals almost incomprehensible to read, the LSB ii byte is evidently just a identifier byte can be found some pages up....
Well it is confusing, so the master volume is just the MSB "Solved"... but still confusing...
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Sorry these manuals almost incomprehensible to read, the LSB ii byte is evidently just a identifier byte can be found some pages up....
Well it is confusing, so the master volume is just the MSB "Solved"... but still confusing...
Jonas selected the reply #9473 as the answer for this post — 5 months ago
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