Dear Julien, dear list,
Am 14.07.2013 21:37, schrieb Julien Claassen:
Roland has introduced a feature in the JV-1080 called "stacking" so that
up to 8 JVs can share incoming MIDI notes.
Every JV-1080 can be told via the front panel how many modules share the
and at which place in the chain it is ( for example the second JV out of
five or the forth JV out of eight).
Maybe You just turned that mode on accidentally
That means with 3 present Roland JV-1080 the coming MIDI events will be
played by following order
JV 01 plays Voice 01 ; JV 02 plays Voice 02 ; JV 03 plays Voice 03
JV 01 plays Voice 04 ; JV 02 plays Voice 05 ; JV 03 plays Voice 06
JV 01 plays Voice 07 ; JV 02 plays Voice 08 ; JV 03 plays Voice 09
and so forth.
You can change this mode back to OFF in Performance Mode, Patch Mode and
GM MIDI Mode.
This might be the same for the three modes, so here it is for the
First You have to press SYSTEM key
You can now change the value of 3 settings:
1) Control Channel, usually your MIDI Control Channel of your choice
2) Clock Source, MIDI Tempo clock, either intern or via MIDI
3) Stack, Settings are Off, 1 of 2 up to 8 of 8
I did not find a good computer readable JV1080 pdf manual in German or
English online to advise you to the right page.
Unfortunately I don't know if a MIDI command exists to change that Stack
This would be the easiest way for you to send it from your computer.
I hope my answer was helpful.
Greetings and God bless,
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