Not to make another thread - I have a similar problem.
I didn't have to use those before but now I have a CASIO CT-670 keyz and it's instruments are based on banks.
So I cannot access anything above 99 (!!!) as the machine wants to change bank supposedly.
I found an instruction on the Net. From my point of view the guy made some mistake as there's no any "N" but I assumed it wasa typo, so maybe he meant the "C".
Anyway, here it goes:
Well, you may need to use a SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE command. This is applicable
only via a sequencer or patch librarian. The command for the Casio CT-670 keyboard
is the following:
F0 44 03 00 C 51 X F7 -- where N is 70 for channel 1, 71 for channel 2, and so forth,
and where X is 20 for bank 0, 21 for bank 1.
So I entered the GRID.
And I put such a string there:
F0 44 03 00 73 51 21 F7
I gather from this, the 73 is for the 3rd channel of MIDI.
21 is for the 1st bank of instruments. I put there also 20 and 23 just in case - the sound doesn't change at all.
Can You help me somehow?
Here is the photo of monitor. As You can see, Cubase recognized the CASIO in the string of data.
I would be grateful for help.