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Old 03-06-2015, 02:37 PM
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Hey, I just signed up for the kickstarter and am trying to prepare for when it arrives. I would like to dedicate half of it to a relay switcher (like the wiring example shows) and the rest of it to figuring out how to send batch CC's whenever a preset is selected by receiving a PM from my controller. The relay side looks incredibly easy now (thank you!), but the rest is beyond me. Is this possible? Or, can anybody direct me on what else to add to it to make it possible?

The result will be similar to the Midi Solutions Event Processor or the Molten Voltage Osmosis. Mostly, I'll be using it to control Moogerfooger pedals. Each Moogerfooger would be on it's own channel. The pedals have 25 different parameters each that can be controlled with CC's. 7 of them can be controlled with 14-bit, but it's not necessary. I would like to control as many of these as possible within every batch. I would need at least 10 presets, but 40 would be much nicer. That way I wouldn't have to save settings and reprogram for each gig depending on the set list.

I would also need an interface to accomplish this and I would prefer not to use a computer to edit. So I will need a display and a pot & switch to program it. Perhaps the MIDIWidget plus an Arduino would be the route to take?

Thanks for your help.
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Old 03-08-2015, 09:51 PM
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Hey, I just signed up for the kickstarter and am trying to prepare for when it arrives. I would like to dedicate half of it to a relay switcher (like the wiring example shows) and the rest of it to figuring out how to send batch CC's whenever a preset is selected by receiving a PM from my controller. The relay side looks incredibly easy now (thank you!), but the rest is beyond me. Is this possible? Or, can anybody direct me on what else to add to it to make it possible?

The result will be similar to the Midi Solutions Event Processor or the Molten Voltage Osmosis. Mostly, I'll be using it to control Moogerfooger pedals. Each Moogerfooger would be on it's own channel. The pedals have 25 different parameters each that can be controlled with CC's. 7 of them can be controlled with 14-bit, but it's not necessary. I would like to control as many of these as possible within every batch. I would need at least 10 presets, but 40 would be much nicer. That way I wouldn't have to save settings and reprogram for each gig depending on the set list.

I would also need an interface to accomplish this and I would prefer not to use a computer to edit. So I will need a display and a pot & switch to program it. Perhaps the MIDIWidget plus an Arduino would be the route to take?

Thanks for your help.
Hi Facon, thank you for backing the Kickstarter!

So, you need to trigger a collection of up to 25 CC messages using a single PC message.

I've had some requests for this kind of functionality from time to time, but it is outside the scope of the MIDIWidget, and I don't have another product that will do it. Sure--some custom code on an Arduino could be a good route, if you don't want to shell out for an off-the-shelf solution (if any of them can generate 25 messages at a time).
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Old 03-09-2015, 06:26 PM
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Thanks John. I think it work out better in the long run if I keep that section separately anyway. Looking forward to getting the MIDIWidget!
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