Poison-202 MIDI CC List

I couldn’t find a list of the default CCs in Poison-202, so I did it myself. I’m leaving it here for posterity.
Of course you can customize (learn) any knob by triple tapping on it, but it’s nice to know what’s already set up.

5 Portamento
7 Volume
8 Oscillator balance
70 Cross Mod
71 Filter cutoff
72 TVA Release
73 TVA Attack
74 Filter Resonance
75 TVA Decay
76 LFO 1 Rate
77 LFO 1 > Pitch
78 LFO 1 Fade
91 Reverb Level
92 Distortion/Crusher Level
93 Chorus/Flanger Level
94 Delay/Panning Level

Comments

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  • Thanks! All devs should put midi CC info in their manuals :)

  • Nice! Agree that cc info should always be listed.

  • edited March 30 Vote Up0

    @jimpavloff

    Hey Jim. Setting up a midi template for Poison and rediscovering what a cool Synth it is.

    I noticed you recently said development has stopped but I have a small request.

    Would you be able to make the Random button midi-learnable?

    Currently this is on the Patch page and shows instant changes to that page only.

    If we could midi learn this button we could then choose an oscillator page to see the results as we randomise.

    Loving GR-16 btw. Think it could make my Digitakt Obsolete!

    Cheers

    EDIT: Midi-Learnable Arp On button would be great too. ;)

  • @gdog said:
    Thanks! All devs should put midi CC info in their manuals :)

    All devs should make midi learnable controls.

  • I’m a little baffled...

    Poison Preset: Nylon String B40.

    LFO 1 doesn’t seem to have any affect when tweaking the amounts for Pitch, Filter or Envelope.

    Can’t work out why. Probably simple. Anybody have the answer for me? Cheers

  • @SpookyZoo said:
    I’m a little baffled...

    Poison Preset: Nylon String B40.

    LFO 1 doesn’t seem to have any affect when tweaking the amounts for Pitch, Filter or Envelope.

    Can’t work out why. Probably simple. Anybody have the answer for me? Cheers

    If you look in the patch section for the Mod Wheel, you will notice that LFO 1 is being affected by the ModWheel, so you can either turn off the LFO 1 in the ModWheel section, or crank the ModWheel all the way up for full LFO 1 effect.

  • edited March 31 Vote Up0

    @CracklePot said:

    @SpookyZoo said:
    I’m a little baffled...

    Poison Preset: Nylon String B40.

    LFO 1 doesn’t seem to have any affect when tweaking the amounts for Pitch, Filter or Envelope.

    Can’t work out why. Probably simple. Anybody have the answer for me? Cheers

    If you look in the patch section for the Mod Wheel, you will notice that LFO 1 is being affected by the ModWheel, so you can either turn off the LFO 1 in the ModWheel section, or crank the ModWheel all the way up for full LFO 1 effect.

    Aha. Thanks! That was driving me crazy trying to work out. :)

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