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  more inputs
Posted by: amiganut - Yesterday, 10:41 PM - Forum: Feature Requests - Replies (1)

I really need more inputs any chance of adding more please

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  MIDI IN from Remote 7
Posted by: nexgenmusic - Yesterday, 03:59 PM - Forum: MRCC Feature Requests - Replies (1)

Just wanted to drop by and say that I LOVE the features and functionality of the MRCC. I ordered one last month along with the Remote 7. I do have to get off my chest that I was not at all thrilled about the shipping from Hong Kong (and if I knew that was going to be the case before I placed my order I may have gone in another direction...)

It really would have been icing on the cake to have had a couple of MIDI IN's on the Remote 7. After ripping apart a portion of our studio to wire the Remote 7 to the other side of our console (the supplied Ethernet cable was perfectly long as well!), and then a few weeks later installing some new analogue synth rackmount gear that unfortunately needs to dump patch data and the such over MIDI, it would have been great to have been able to go MIDI IN into the Remote 7. We ended up having to rip everything open again to run midi cables from the gear back over to the MRCC (so in hindsight pretty much defeating the need to have the remote).

I did just read that we can connect another MRCC unit to the other one via Ethernet (and I am seriously considering getting another one), however, it is a more expensive route which I am sure not everyone can afford. An expanded remote with at least 4 MIDI IN slots would be a solid way to go.

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  Some hardware only works on USB A
Posted by: ilmai - Yesterday, 08:20 AM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - Replies (4)

While playing with my routing, I noticed a curious thing: it seems that some USB MIDI hardware (in this case, Morningstar MC8) only seems to work on USB port A, but not on USB port C. I verified other hardware (Keystep) works just fine on all ports. I also noticed USB keyboards only seem to be supported on USB port A. Is this by design (not mentioned in the manual I think) or a bug?

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  esi m4u xl
Posted by: crx091081gb - Yesterday, 06:34 AM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - Replies (1)

I have two esi m4u-xl's that I use(d) to route all my synths in and and out of my pc. Now that I've got the MRCC I was wondering if I could use them in the usb host ports. They're midi class compliant but only input and output ports 1 out of the 4 work when I plug them into the MRCC. Any chance this might change in a future firmware update or is this a limitation of the hardware?

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  Atari only works on midi input 3
Posted by: crx091081gb - Yesterday, 06:31 AM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - Replies (1)

I have an Atari I like to sequence off, the MRCC only lights up as receiving midi data when I plug it into input 3, none of the other inputs seem to like it. Any ideas why? I mean it works but its a bit weird. I've tried a few different cables, they all seem to work fine when I plug my midi controller in directly to the other inputs. Sorta stumped...

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  Polychaining in Cubase
Posted by: maguera - Yesterday, 03:09 AM - Forum: MIDI Connectivity - Replies (1)

Hi everyone,

I had a bit of trouble in getting the Polychaining function to work in Cubase. Since it isn't super straightforward, I will write below how to set it up correctly.

To tell Cubase what Midi Channel to listen to you need to filter out all other Midi Channels.
- This is done via the Input Transformer (on the far right at the top of the instrument Inspector see picture)
- Select Local
- Here you can either choose a "Channel Filtering" preset or create a new "Filter" (see picture)
- This has to be done with all the tracks you want to use the polychaining with.
- for the NDLR midi settings it's good to have the Pad on Channel 4, outputting Ch 4-5-6-7
- In Cubase you can leave "All MIDI Inputs" or choose the NDLR midi port. It doesn't matter unless you have other devices sending on channels 4-5-6-7.

It is a bit cumbersome but it's the only way I found to make it work.
I created track archives of certain instruments that I use the Polychaining function with. In this way when I load them in the project they are already set up correctly and it saves me some time.

I hope this helps Smile

   
   

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  USB hubs
Posted by: ilmai - 09-16-2021, 01:21 PM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - No Replies

I wanted to try how MRCC would react to plugging in a USB hub, and I have to say I was surprised. I have two devices plugged to the hub, which in turn is plugged to USB A. MRCC is seeing those as being plugged to USB ports A and B. Nothing is physically plugged to port B.

Bug or feature?

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  Wall mounting
Posted by: ilmai - 09-16-2021, 06:07 AM - Forum: General Support - No Replies

Not a question, but turns out the included desktop legs are also perfect for wall mounting:

   

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  Novation Circuit clock drift when using just TRS output from MRCC
Posted by: betaunits - 09-15-2021, 09:37 AM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - Replies (1)

I was having sort of random clock drifting / de-syncing of my Novation Circuit when trying to feed it straight TRS 3.5mm from the MRCC (output 12 B). The Circuit clock would start falling behind at seemingly random times. Restarting the master clock fixes the problem temporarily. Reverting to DIN into Novation adapter eliminated the problem altogether. Jammed for 3 hours last night with no drift. The TRS cable I was using is a 1010 Music patch cable which I assumed should be just fine. Not sure what the problem really is but is this something that happens with inferior cables or is it possibly something else directly related to the Circuit specifically?

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  OP-1
Posted by: Julien STG - 09-12-2021, 08:59 PM - Forum: Hardware MIDI Connectivity - Replies (3)

Hi, I tried connecting the OP-1 to the usb of the MRCC and set the OP-1 to sync, which should allow the OP-1 to listen to clock and transport. However, nothing happens, as if the OP-1 wasn't connected. Can the MRCC act as a USB host for the OP-1? Is there something I do wrong?
(Note, the main controller is the Octatrack connected in the MRCC midi din ~ none of my elektron boxes work with MRCC usb but work fine with midi din)  Thanks

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