Installed the new firmware cant get midi monitor to work. Im new to all this so be nice. I downloaded and installed the new editor. I see there are 2 source files below the main download. do I need to do something with those?
Hey all, sorry to intrude. i'm need a small footprint midi pedal to send PC on multiple channels to multiple devices. I also need to be able to name the presets/banks/songs and program it with a laptop. i already own some larger format pedals (rocktron all access, midi mitigator, etc) it looks pretty clear from the website that the MKII does this, but can anyone tell me definitively if the MKI does as well? thanks in advance!
I have created two presets on my MC6 MKII to control my X18. Preset A is a toggle that sends CC messages to turn the effects in the X18 on and off. Similarly, Preset C is a toggle that mutes and unmutes the mains and monitors using CC messages. Both work when their respective switch is Pressed. Operated from the MC6 MKII, they work perfectly. And I could use them that way, but for an upcoming gig I prefer to trigger these two presets from the Helix Floor. Accordingly, I set up two Helkx footswitches to trigger the presets, as follows: For Preset A: MIDI Channel 6, CC# 10, Value 1 For Preset C: MIDI Channel 6, CC# 12, Value 1 Neither works. Although when I first set up Preset A I had the value set as 127 (not having read the manual closely enough), and it worked perfectly for a few minutes. And, every once in a while, with the value at 1, it works, but that might be 1% of the time. I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. By the way, I also have an Instant command set up on the Helix to send a PC 26 on Channel 6 to select the right bank on tbe MC6 MKII. Tbat command works solidly every single time, so I know I at least have the MIDI channel right. I can't figure out wbat I'm doing wrong. It almost seems as though the MC6 MKII is filtering out CC messages it receives, while allowing and responding appropriately to PC messages. I have made sure the MC6 MKII is not in edit mode when I test this setup. And, in the MIDI Monitor I can see the CC messages A and C should be sending whenever I send the CC from the Helix, but they don't seem to be actually being sent to the X18. It's pretty confjsing, when it seems, based on the mamual, tbat it should be simple. Any advice would be apprecisted. Thanks, Carl
Hi, I'm relatively new to MIDI and am using my MC6 to control an H9, Panda Midi Future Impact (FI), and Source Audio C4. I think it's best if I explain what I want to do (and what's actually happening). I'm using the Web Editor. Love the product...but still not yet a big fan of MIDI. 1. I want to use Preset A (PstA) to activate and engage patches on my H9 and FI and am using the Preset B to engage a C4 preset. I have both presets set to blink. What I want to be able to do is have both blinking when both presets A & B are engaged. What happens now is that when I engage Preset A, it only blinks until I engage Preset B. When I select B, PstA stays engaged but stops blinking. Then when I select Preset A in order to disengage the H9/FI, I have to press twice--once to get PstA to blink again (and then PstB stops blinking) and then press PstA a second time to disengage it. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. 2. I want to use an aux switch to set the tap tempo for my other midi pedals. I can get it to talk to the H9, but it doesn't seem to accurately reflect my tapping when I set it as a MIDI Tap message. Thanks!