Thank you for your prompt reply, @james.
The answers to your questions:
-“How are you verifying that the MC6 is not receiving the message?”
By means of the Stage Editor MIDI monitor window. C113 and other CCs show up but not CC102.
-“Does the BT01 send the MIDI message to OnSong first, and then OnSong sends it back to the MC6?”
I think so, because the iPad and Onsong are the only things connected (via Bluetooth) to the MD-BT01. But I don’t think that matters because, like I said, the CC113 sent by the BB shows on the Onsong “Listen for MIDI messages” window as well as on the Stage Editor MIDI monitor window - so, it’s passing Thru’, using the exact same MIDI configuration, but CC102 only shows on Onsong.
There’s something odd, though: I have the BB MIDI Out channel set to the MC-6 MIDI In channel but Onsong reports the “MC-6” by name ONLY in relation to CC102… May be Onsong is the bottle neck but I have no idea why this particular CC would cause a different behaviour. I’ll investigate more today.
-“Not sure if its necessary to remap the value?”
I think it is quite necessary for CC messages!
Rerouting the incoming CC message values “as is” could be useless to achieve what we want the destination device to do, unless we control the value sent. And having the capability to specify the value of the rerouted CC opens up many more posibilities. I have not used MIDI Notes yet but this could also apply for them.
A couple of additional comments:
-“The “Send Original” determines whether to forward the original message out via MIDI Thru if the original message has already been mapped.”
I see. The word “original” confused me. So, if this option is “On”, both the “original” and “mapped” CCs/Notes are sent, correct?
Last but not least, when I wrote my first post about remapping incoming CCs, I mentioned that I looked for this option under the Edit Bank settings, because I wouldn’t want the MC-6 to always do a specific remapping but only when a specific Bank is selected (I have dedicated Banks for certain tricky songs). Having this as a global setting would mean that I would have to manually change it every time I need to… Unless I can program a switch for that
Anyway, I’ll report back if/when I find the culprit on the CC102 case.