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 To understand MIDI data flow in Unify, see [[midi-details|How Unify processes MIDI data]]. To understand MIDI data flow in Unify, see [[midi-details|How Unify processes MIDI data]].
  
-===== Caveat ===== 
-We recommend that you do not leave //MIDI Monitor// in a patch indefinitely, because the amount of text will build up over time, consuming extra memory and possibly bogging down your CPU. 
 ===== Instantiating MIDI Monitor in Unify ===== ===== Instantiating MIDI Monitor in Unify =====
 //MIDI Monitor// can be inserted or swapped into //any// plug-in slot in Unify. //MIDI Monitor// can be inserted or swapped into //any// plug-in slot in Unify.
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     * Many CC numbers have associated "standard interpretation"; this is indicated where applicable     * Many CC numbers have associated "standard interpretation"; this is indicated where applicable
     * Some CC numbers are traditionally used for special functions, rather than indicating actual //continuous controller// activity. For example, CC#0 is used for //bank select//, and CC#32 may also be used to extend the bank selection to a 14-bit value (aka "sub bank"). Unify is quite capable of interpreting even these "non-CC" messages to e.g. control Macro knobs, and furthermore, several commercial MIDI controllers (notably the KORG nanoKontrol) use such "non-CC" messages in this way.     * Some CC numbers are traditionally used for special functions, rather than indicating actual //continuous controller// activity. For example, CC#0 is used for //bank select//, and CC#32 may also be used to extend the bank selection to a 14-bit value (aka "sub bank"). Unify is quite capable of interpreting even these "non-CC" messages to e.g. control Macro knobs, and furthermore, several commercial MIDI controllers (notably the KORG nanoKontrol) use such "non-CC" messages in this way.
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 +===== Caveat =====
 +We recommend that you do not leave //MIDI Monitor// in a patch indefinitely, because the amount of text will build up over time, consuming extra memory and possibly bogging down your CPU.
  
 ===== Further reading ===== ===== Further reading =====
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