Midi Con­trol­ler Numbers

Midi CC Num­berMidi CC Pur­po­se 
   
MIDI CC 0Bank SelectAllows user to switch bank for patch selec­tion. Pro­gram chan­ge used with Bank Select. MIDI can access 16,384 patches per MIDI channel.
MIDI CC 1Modu­la­ti­onGene­ral­ly this CC con­trols a vibra­to effect (pitch, loud­ness, brigh­ness). What is modu­la­ted is based on the patch.
MIDI CC 2Breath Con­trol­lerOften times asso­cia­ted with after­touch messages. It was ori­gi­nal­ly inten­ded for use with a breath MIDI con­trol­ler in which blowing har­der pro­du­ced hig­her MIDI con­trol values. It can be used for modu­la­ti­on as well.
MIDI CC 3Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 4Foot Con­trol­lerOften used with after­touch messages. It can send a con­ti­nuous stream of values based on how the pedal is used.
MIDI CC 5Por­ta­men­to TimeCon­trols por­ta­men­to rate to sli­de bet­ween 2 notes play­ed subsequently.
MIDI CC 6Data Ent­ry Most Signi­fi­cant Bit(MSB)Con­trols Value for NRPN or RPN parameters.
MIDI CC 7Volu­meCon­trol the volu­me of the channel
MIDI CC 8Balan­ceCon­trols the left and right balan­ce, gene­ral­ly for ste­reo patches. 0 = hard left, 64 = cen­ter, 127 = hard right
MIDI CC 9Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 10PanCon­trols the left and right balan­ce, gene­ral­ly for mono patches. 0 = hard left, 64 = cen­ter, 127 = hard right
MIDI CC 11Expres­si­onExpres­si­on is a per­cen­ta­ge of volu­me (CC7).
MIDI CC 12Effect Con­trol­ler
1
Usual­ly used to con­trol a para­me­ter of an effect wit­hin the synth/workstation.
MIDI CC 13Effect Con­trol­ler 2Usual­ly used to con­trol a para­me­ter of an effect wit­hin the synth/workstation.
MIDI CC 14Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 15Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 16 – 19Gene­ral Purpose 
MIDI CC 20 – 31Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 32 – 63Con­trol­ler 0–31
Least Signi­fi­cant Bit (LSB)
 
MIDI CC 64Dam­per Pedal /
Sus­tain Pedal
On/Off switch that con­trols sus­tain. (See also Sos­ten­uto CC 66). 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 65Por­ta­men­to On/Off
Switch
On/Off switch – 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 66Sos­ten­uto On/Off
Switch
On/Off switch – Like the Sus­tain con­trol­ler (CC 64), Howe­ver it only holds notes that were “On” when the pedal was pres­sed. Peop­le use it to “hold” chords” and play melo­dies over the held chord. 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 67Soft Pedal On/Off
Switch
On/Off switch – Lowers the volu­me of notes play­ed. 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 68Lega­to FootSwitchOn/Off switch – Turns Lega­to effect bet­ween 2 sub­se­quent notes On or Off. 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 69Hold 2Ano­t­her way to “hold notes” (see MIDI CC 64 and MIDI CC 66). Howe­ver notes fade out accord­ing to their release para­me­ter rather than when the pedal is released.
MIDI CC 70Sound Con­trol­ler 1Usual­ly con­trols the way a sound is pro­du­ced. Default = Sound Variation.
MIDI CC 71Sound Con­trol­ler 2Allows shaping the Vol­ta­ge Con­trol­led Fil­ter (VCF). Default = Reso­nance ->also(Timbre or Harmonics)
MIDI CC 72Sound Con­trol­ler 3Con­trols release time of the Vol­ta­ge con­trol­led Ampli­fier (VCA). Default = Release Time.
MIDI CC 73Sound Con­trol­ler 4Con­trols the “Attack’ of a sound. The attack is the amount of time it takes fort­he sound to reach maxi­mum amplitude.
MIDI CC 74Sound Con­trol­ler 5Con­trols VCFs cutoff fre­quen­cy of the filter.
MIDI CC 75Sound Con­trol­ler 6Gene­ric – Some manu­fac­tu­rers may use to fur­ther shave their sounds.
MIDI CC 76Sound Con­trol­ler 7Gene­ric – Some manu­fac­tu­rers may use to fur­ther shave their sounds.
MIDI CC 77Sound Con­trol­ler 8Gene­ric – Some manu­fac­tu­rers may use to fur­ther shave their sounds.
MIDI CC 78Sound Con­trol­ler 9Gene­ric – Some manu­fac­tu­rers may use to fur­ther shave their sounds.
MIDI CC 79Sound Con­trol­ler
10
Gene­ric – Some manu­fac­tu­rers may use to fur­ther shave their sounds.
MIDI CC 80Gene­ral Purpose>
MIDI CC Controller
Gene­ric> On/Off switch> 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 81Gene­ral Purpose 
MIDI CC Controller
Gene­ric> On/Off switch> 0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 82Gene­ral Purpose>
MIDI CC Controller
Gene­ric> On/Off switch>0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 83Gene­ral Purpose 
MIDI CC Controller
Gene­ric> On/Off switch>0 to 63 = Off, 64 to 127 = On
MIDI CC 84Por­ta­men­to CC 
Control
Con­trols the amount of Portamento.
MIDI CC 85 – 90Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 91Effect 1 DepthUsual­ly con­trols reverb send amount
MIDI CC 92Effect 2 DepthUsual­ly con­trols tre­mo­lo amount
MIDI CC 93Effect 3 DepthUsual­ly con­trols cho­rus amount
MIDI CC 94Effect 4 DepthUsual­ly con­trols detu­ne amount
MIDI CC 95Effect 5 DepthUsual­ly con­trols pha­ser amount
MIDI CC 96(+1) Data
Increment
Usual­ly used to incre­ment data for RPN and NRPN messages.
MIDI CC 97(-1) Data
Decrement
Usual­ly used to decre­ment data for RPN and NRPN messages.
MIDI CC 98Non-Regis­tered
Para­me­ter Num­ber LSB (NRPN)
For con­trol­lers 6, 38, 96, and 97, it selects the NRPN parameter.
MIDI CC 99Non-Regis­tered
Para­me­ter Num­ber MSB (NRPN)
For con­trol­lers 6, 38, 96, and 97, it selects the NRPN parameter.
MIDI CC 100Regis­tered
Para­me­ter Num­ber LSB (RPN)
For con­trol­lers 6, 38, 96, and 97, it selects the RPN parameter.
MIDI CC 101Regis­tered
Para­me­ter Num­ber MSB (RPN)
For con­trol­lers 6, 38, 96, and 97, it selects the RPN parameter.
MIDI CC 102 – 119Unde­fi­ned 
MIDI CC 120All Sound OffMutes all sound­ing notes. It does so regard­less of release time or sus­tain. (See MIDI CC 123)
MIDI CC 121Reset All
Controllers
It will reset all con­trol­lers to their default.
MIDI CC 122Local On/Off
Switch
Turns inter­nal con­nec­tion of a MIDI keyboard/workstation, etc. On or Off. If you use a com­pu­ter, you will most likely want local con­trol off to avoid notes being play­ed twice. Once local­ly and twice whent the note is sent back from the com­pu­ter to your keyboard.
MIDI CC 123All Notes OffMutes all sound­ing notes.Release time will still be main­tai­ned, and notes held by sus­tain will not turn off until sus­tain pedal is depressed.
MIDI CC 124Omni Mode OffSets to “Omni Off” mode.
MIDI CC 125Omni Mode OnSets to “Omni On” mode.
MIDI CC 126Mono ModeSets device mode to Monophonic.
MIDI CC 127Poly ModeSets device mode to Polyphonic.
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