Java MidiChannel setOmni() method with example

javax.sound.midi.MidiChannel.setOmni() method Turns omni mode on or off. In omni mode, the channel responds to messages sent on all channels. When omni is off, the channel responds only to messages sent on its channel number. The default is omni off. It is possible that the underlying synthesizer does not support omni mode. In order to verify that
setOmni was successful, use

MidiChannel setOmni() method Signature

void setOmni(boolean on)


true to turn omni mode on,
false to turn it off.

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javax.sound.midi.MidiChannel.setOmni() method Implementation

void setOmni(boolean on){

MidiChannel setOmni() method Example

package com.ehowtonow.javax.sound.midi.midichannel;

public class SetOmniMethodExample {

	public static void main(String[] args) {




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