What kind of midimessages can i expect to be common between "most early GM moduls/synths"
Here is what i think from experience, note on, note off, program change, "well the midchannel of course included in these", bank messages seem a little more questional?
Then there is CC messages like Vol, Pan, Reverb, Chorus, Sustain, Modulation, Pitchbend.
These i know howto program send to my old Roland Sound Canvas 7 "well it does not have banks".
But is there more messages that will be useful to implement with other synths/moduls "we leave sysex out of it".
Also i program a sequenser, is all the above messages ok to send during playback over a midichannel, well i can think there would be a delay changing program?
I am just curious about what RT messages my sequenser should support "the most common", today i guess the knobbed keyboard controllers can change thing like pan, reverb, sustain and chorus in realtime? I have a Behringer UMX 490 it does not seem to apply most of the above CC messages as default when connected, but of course i could remap the knob values to the required CC's above.
So if i look into a midifile will i find messages like pan, chorus, sustain, reverb fluctuating during playup time?
Or will they just be set at start for each midichannel and program?