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 In this instance, it's sending 0xB0 (which when we look at the [[#midi messages|table above]], we see that it's a Control Change message on channel 1) We also see that the second byte, 0x02 in this case, is the control number that was moved, and the third is the value or position of that control, which you can ignore for the purposes of mapping. ​ In this instance, it's sending 0xB0 (which when we look at the [[#midi messages|table above]], we see that it's a Control Change message on channel 1) We also see that the second byte, 0x02 in this case, is the control number that was moved, and the third is the value or position of that control, which you can ignore for the purposes of mapping. ​
   - Add the byte values to a ''<​control>''​ block in the XML file   - Add the byte values to a ''<​control>''​ block in the XML file
-    * Just plug the first two bytes into a ''<​control>''​ XML block for ''<​status>''​ and ''<​midino>''​ respectively. This is detailed ​in the next section.+    * Just plug the first two bytes into a ''<​control>''​ XML block for ''<​status>''​ and ''<​midino>''​ respectively. This is detailed ​on the [[midi_controller_mapping_file_format#​inputs|MIDI Controller Mapping File Format]] page.
  
 ===== Additional MIDI tools ===== ===== Additional MIDI tools =====
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