Thank you for your response. I am very new to this, so please forgive my lack of terminology.
I have to date watched over four hours so far of beginners tutorials for Logic Pro X and this video you have attached here seems a little bit advanced for my skill level, but I do appreciate it. I'm sure it will come in handy some day.
Here is my specific issue:
I took a pdf of orchestral sheet music and did manual notation in MuseScore in order to create a midi file, which I saved.
I dragged the midi file into Logic Pro X, which took the midi file and automatically separated each orchestral instrument for me into different tracks (very cool). However, the default settings in Logic Pro selected programs like Hard Rock Guitar for the cello track or drums for the bassoon track. I figured out how to (in theory) record a specific midi track/region using the JUNO program that I selected, but it didn't work. When I hit the 'record' button to record just that midi region with a Juno program that I selected, it stayed on the program selection during the count-in, but the moment the playhead hit the very first midi event, it switched from the JUNO program that I selected, to a completely different JUNO program that I did not select.
I tried to fix the issue by first watching and following along with Booker Edwards videos on External Midi Basics, where he demonstrates how to make remote changes and how to customize banks, etc. but the system in Logic would not let me modify the banks the way he was doing it so I couldn't complete the process. However, while I was trying to complete the process, I discovered that the numbers in the patch list from Roland's online manual (as well as the hardcopy manual) were not consistent with the program numbers on the JUNO LCD display. This created more confusion for me, but I believe this also means that this issue may not be entirely operator malfunction. So, the bottom line is that all I want is to do is change the programs that were automatically populated by Logic Pro, to the JUNO programs that I selected, in order to eventually record those programs I selected, so that I can create an mp3 or a wave file of the song I want it to be. But every time I hit record and the playhead hits the midi event, it still switches to a different Juno voice. *sigh* Any suggestions?