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  Midi Grande preset with stompbox different "scene"
Posted by: Mr.Brownstone - 09-29-2017, 02:30 PM - Forum: MIDI Grande - Replies (1)

Hi everyone.

I would to know if with the midi Grande 10F1D I can set presets with different "stompboxes scene".

For example: if I have 3 registers (button 1-2-3) and 3 stompboxes (button 4-5-6), can I program the preset 1 (or register on button 1) with stompbox at button 4 set off and stompboxes at button 4-5 set on, and the preset 2 (or register on button 2) with stompbox at button 4 set on and stompboxes at button 4-5 set off?
I want to use midi Grande with Gmajor2, and on the stompboxes assign for example modulation, pitch and delay. So at preset 1 I've got modulation on and when i turn on preset 2 I've got pitch and delay on, so the midi grande show me the gmajor effect status.
Sorry for my bad english.........

Thanks!!!



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  Using MIDI Expressione on M9
Posted by: Ziglit16 - 08-31-2017, 12:43 PM - Forum: MIDI Expressione - Replies (1)

Hi there,

I was wondering whether anyone has used, or knows whether the MIDI Expressione works on the M9. As on the website it is associated to the M13.

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  Napájení MIDI Forte ze zdroje 24 V
Posted by: Microdesignum - 08-30-2017, 08:18 PM - Forum: MIDI Forte (česky) - No Replies

Otázka: (Vladimír)
Na vašich zařízeních je uveden rozsah 9 až 15 voltů, k pedálu MIDI Forte jste mi dali 24 voltový zdroj a vše funguje. Je možné přes MIDI konektory distribuovat takto vysoké napětí i na vaše další produkty? (MIDI Splitter a MIDI looper) Ušetřilo by to pár adaptéru i kabelů.

Odpověď: (Microdesignum)
Je to trochu složitější. MIDI Forte zvládne těch 24 V bez problémů. To vyšší napětí tam je proto, aby to nedělalo neplechu s dlouhým ethernetovým kabelem. Při použití dlouhého kabelu se mohou vyskytnout problémy s napájením, přesněji řečeno nestabilitou běžného zdroje. Použití silného zdroje s vyšším napětím se to vyřeší. Možná by stačilo i menší napětí, např. 15 V, ale tohle je jistota.

Looper MIDI Agente Relay Loop potřebuje samostatný lineární (ne spínaný) napájecí zdroj kvůli napájení analogových obvodů. Je v něm také lineární stabilizátor a pokud by byl napájen vyšším napětím, neúměrně by se zahříval a mohla by naběhnout tepelná ochrana.

Splitter je dělaný na napájení do 12 V, větší napětí by ho mohlo poškodit.

Ale pokud se Vám chce experimentovat, tak můžete zkusit to všechno napájet z lineárního zdroje 9 V, který je přiložen k looperu. Měl by to utáhnout, jenom je otázka, zda se přes něj nebude šířit do signálu rušení z digitálních obvodů. Pokud nezaznamenáte problémy tohoto typu, tak to klidně můžete všechno napájet z tohoto jednoho zdroje.

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  How to control POG2 together with other MIDI device?
Posted by: Microdesignum - 08-23-2017, 08:11 AM - Forum: MIDI modules - No Replies

Q: (Hrafnkell, Island) Hi, I just installed the MIDI unit but I'm having some trouble getting it to work. Before I go over my soldering job to check if that's where the problem might lie I was wondering if you could tell me about this MIDIConfig application you link to on your website. Is that something you have to do for all new MIDI module units or is it just a convenient MIDI editor? My midi controller is a Boss ES-8 and from there I run the MIDI signal to a Boss DD-500 and from there to the POG2. This is my first time using 2 midi controllable pedals at the same time, do I need to set the first pedal to THRU? I'm not quite sure what that means.

A: (Microdesignum) Hi, does your POG2 MIDI module work correctly when it is controlled directly by your Boss ES-8? It should respond on PROGRAM CHANGE messages in range 1-8 (or another number for switch off a preset) on MIDI channel 1, by default.
It is not necessary to use the the MIDIConfig application if the default settings suit to you. If you would like to change the MIDI channel or use the CONTROL CHANGE messages instead of PROGRAM CHANGE, it is necessary to use the MIDIConfig application.

Q: Hi I figured out the problem, I accidentally switched the midi input/output, so I just switched them back and the MIDI started working properly. Now I'm just trying to figure out how to send a separate MIDI signal to the POG2, right now it's only responding to the same MIDI signal as the Boss DD-500. But I'm sure that's just some programming issue I've yet to figure out with the Boss ES-8.

A: You can address each device by MIDI channel.
1) The POG2 receives on channel 1 by default. If it is easier, you can set your Boss DD-500 on channel 2.
2) If not, let Boss DD-500 receive on channel 1 and you can use the MIDIConfig application for configuring the POG2 mod for receiving on channel 2.
Then, in the first case, you can send MIDI messages for POG2 on channel 1 and for DD-500 on channel 2.

In the second case, vice versa.

Q: That's what I ended up doing since I didn't have a midi usb interface. It was a bit of a hassle to reprogram the DD 500 but its all working as intended now Smile

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  Midi Grande and Kemper. Couple of questions/observations.
Posted by: jiveturkey - 08-14-2017, 02:10 PM - Forum: MIDI Grande - Replies (1)

Got my Grande 8 this weekend. Programmed it to work in stompbox mode. It toggles gain levels, boost, octave and delay on my kemper profile I use for guitar tones. Exp A does wah on the Kemper and Exp B crossfades my GR55 guitar synth in and out of the signal I am sending to my FRFR and FOH.

Questions:
1. I have it set to bidirectional; yet I cannot see the Kemper tuner status on the grande light panel. I have it connected with two midi cables as instructed. Is there a midi/system setting on the Kemper that needs activated for this to work?
2. Can you copy a footswitch configuration from one switch to another using the onboard controls?
3. Is there a firmware update for this? If so; how do I tell what version it has and how do I go about updating it?

Observation:
I might not be describing this using 100% correct terms; but here goes. By default; the Grande has a CC 7, 0 message configured on the first bank (or on a global level?). I am not sure if I missed that in the instructions or not; but the value needs cleared unless you want to mute your rig with every program change. I factory reset my Kemper (twice Angry Tongue Big Grin ) thinking it was the Kemper's fault only to dive in on a submenu of the Grande to see if had CC7 0 configured. As soon as I cleared that value; the mute problem went bye-bye. This was after a reset of the Grande.

Thanks for the great footswitch and any further clarification you can give!

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  MIDI Grande turns off stompboxes when program is changed
Posted by: Microdesignum - 07-17-2017, 09:13 PM - Forum: MIDI Grande - No Replies

Q: (Timo, Finland) I have changed the registers A and B to work in Stombox mode and other in Program mode. Everything is OK concern sending MIDI-commands but why register A and B color will always turn to be red if other registers (1-6) is tapped? What I can do?

A: (Microdesignum) The behavior of registers in Stompbox mode that you describe is intentionally programmed exception when all commands are globally set on the same channel. It's supposed that you control single device in this case and when you change the program, all stompboxes are off by default. If this behavior doesn't suit to you, please enable globally another command (eg. CMD 8) on another channel. You don't have to use this command anywhere, but MIDI Grande will suppose that you control more than one device and it will not shut down the stompboxes on program change.

How to do it:

  • Press and hold the Edit/Save button for cca 5 seconds. The display shows: GLOB. When you release the button, you are in Global settings. The display shows: 1 PC.
  • Press the Param> button until the display shows: 8---. It means that you edit command 8 and it is globally disabled.
  • Press the Value> button, the display shows: 8 PC. It means that command 8 is globally configured as PROGRAM CHANGE - PC.
  • Press the Param> button, the display shows: 8C 8. It means that command 8 is on MIDI channel 8 by default. Check whether it is another channel than that you use in command 1 (it is channel 1 by default) and thus your guitar processor (Kemper Profiler) is configured for receiving MIDI data on this channel.
  • Press shortly Edit/Save button.
You have globally enabled another command on another channel. You don't have to use it anywhere, it is switched off in all layers, but MIDI Grande will suppose that you use more MIDI devices and it will not shut down the stompboxes.

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  Návod k použití MIDI Piccolo 2F1D Rosso
Posted by: Microdesignum - 07-10-2017, 03:29 PM - Forum: MIDI Piccolo (česky) - No Replies

MIDI ovladač MIDI Piccolo 2F1D Rosso se už nevyrábí, byl nahrazen novým modelem MIDI Piccolo 2F1D.

[Image: MIDI-Piccolo2F1D-Rosso_400x400.jpg]

MIDI ovladač MIDI Piccolo 2F1D Rosso umožňuje tato nastavení:

Volba kanálu
Podržte levé tlačítko ←Program Change a zapněte ovladač. Na displeji se zobrazí C 1 (výchozí 1. kanál). Pomocí tlačítek ←Program Change→ zvolte MIDI kanál (1 až 16), na kterém bude ovladač odesílat MIDI povely. Nakonec ovladač vypněte a znovu zapněte.

Volba rozsahu
Podržte pravé tlačítko Program Change→ a zapněte ovladač. Na displeji se zobrazí 128 (výchozí je maximální rozsah 1 - 128). Pomocí tlačítek ←Program Change→ zvolte maximální číslo programu, které bude ovladač odesílat (2 až 128). Např. pokud v multiefektu používáte pouze programy 1 - 10, zvolte číslo 10. Nakonec ovladač vypněte a znovu zapněte.
Když pak v běžném režimu budete držet tlačítko Program Change→, ovladač bude postupně posílat zvyšující se číslo programu a zároveň ho bude zobrazovat na displeji až do nastaveného maximálního čísla, tedy např. do 10.

Volba zobrazení čísla programu
MIDI povel PROGRAM CHANGE je obvykle zobrazován v uživatelském formátu v rozsahu 1 až 128. Některé přístroje však používají hodnoty v technickém formátu v rozsahu od 0 do 127. Podle toho, jak funguje vaše ovládané zařízení (zesilovač, multiefekt atd.), si můžete formát zobrazení změnit. Při zapnutí ovladače podržte levé i pravé tlačítko. Na displeji se zobrazí 128, což znamená, že hodnoty PROGRAM CHANGE jsou zobrazovány v uživatelském rozsahu 1 až 128. Pomocí tlačítek ←Program Change→ zvolte technický, nebo uživatelský formát zobrazení čísla programu. Při volbě technického formátu zobrazení se na displeji objeví hodnota 127. Nakonec ovladač vypněte a znovu zapněte.

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  Manual for MIDI Piccolo 2F1D Rosso (discontinued)
Posted by: Microdesignum - 07-10-2017, 02:28 PM - Forum: MIDI Piccolo - No Replies

The MIDI controller MIDI Piccolo 2F1D Rosso is discontinued, it was replaced by a newer model MIDI Piccolo 2F1D.
[Image: MIDI-Piccolo2F1D-Rosso_400x400.jpg]

This MIDI controller allows the following settings:

Channel select
Hold down the left button ←Program Change when you turn the MIDI controller on. The display shows C 1 (default Channel 1). Press the ←Program Change→ footswitches for selecting the MIDI channel (1-16) on which the controller sends MIDI data. Finally, switch the controller off and on again.

Range select
Hold down the right button Program Change→ when you turn the MIDI controller on. The display shows 128 (the maximal range 1 - 128 is default). Using footswitches ←Program Change→ set the maximum program number that the controller sends (2 - 128). For example, if you use only programs 1 - 10 in your multieffect, set number 10. Finally, switch the controller off and on again.
When you hold the Program Change[b]→ [/b]button in standard mode then, the controller gradually sends the increasing program number and simultaneously it shows it on the display up to the selected number, for example 10.

Program number format
The MIDI command PROGRAM CHANGE is usually displayed in the user format in the range 1 to 128. Some devices, however, use the values in the technical format in the range from 0 to 127. Depending on how your controlled device works (amplifier, multieffect etc.), you can change the display format. Hold down both the left and the right footswitches and turn the MIDI controller on. The display shows 128, which means that the values of PROGRAM CHANGE are displayed in the user format - from 1 to 128. Use the ←Program Change→ footswitches for selecting technical, or user display format of program number. When the technical format is selected, the display shows the value 127. Finally, turn the controller off and on again.
 

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  Kemper - Dunlop dvp4 mini expression pedal
Posted by: Gjarl - 06-27-2017, 12:02 PM - Forum: MIDI Grande - Replies (1)

Hi,


I own a midi grande 8F1D that i absolutely love so far ! I recently bought a Dunlop dvp4 expression pedal that i m trying to connect on midi grande and then use the wah from Kemper. The problem is every time i m trying to calibrate DVP4 or any other expression pedal, i dont seem to get the full range of the pedal (0 to 92 instead of 0 127) and when i move the pedal it seems to run both wah and pitch at the same time.

Tried all pedals directly on kemper and they seem to work perfectly without any problems at all.
Any chance you encountered this problem before, or is it something i m doing wrong ? maybe its a setting on midi grande that i need to go through ?

Thanks in advance,
John

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  Setting up the communication with TC Electronic G-Major
Posted by: Microdesignum - 05-10-2017, 09:30 AM - Forum: MIDI Grande - No Replies

For sending the information of the tuner from G-Major to MIDI Grande controller, you must enable this feature in G-Major - Send Tuner On.

[Image: G-Major-MIDI_700-1.jpg]

If you have any other information, please let us know in this thread.

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