I’m setting up my new MC6Pro to control a bunch of things in including a SA C4. I got a SA Neuro Hub and thought I could send PC’s to the C4 but no, the Neuro Hub saves “scenes” of SA pedals IMO in a convoluted way
So I can:
continue the convolution of saving C4 scenes on the Nuero Hub,
get the Source Audio Midi Adapter
get a USB powered Hub and control up to three USB Midi compliant devices.
I believe those are my options.
Anybody using a powered USB Hub to control devices from that they can recommend?
Thanks. That’s a short term solution for me for live.
What midi clock issues you having?
With a straight USB cable from Morning Star to C4 I don’t think both editors could be loaded on computer screen at the same time?
I have 5 devices syncing to midi clock including a click track for my IEM’s. C4 and my Poly Beebo BPM displays seem to take a bar before they settle on a BPM. My HX Stomp XL and Boss SY-200 don’t display incoming midi clock BPM but I suspect they wiggle on those 1st beats too. The further the device is away from source, the less I trust midi clock.
I also have custom FOB wireless remotes wired to programed Arduino units sending midi to my MC6Pro currently via Midi DIN. It would simplify my set up to convert the Arduino to USB Midi.
AND at some point I want try the SA Ultra Wave which would require another USB port so…
Aha!!! Thanks, this a a great solution! I remember seeing CC to engage and disengage but i missed seeing the CC controls on C4 to recall presets. Went back to.my copy of manual and it’s right there just like you shared
@UnoManBand - the cool thing about sending CCs to engage presets is that it doesn’t matter what “engaged” state you’ve saved the preset in on the C4… using CCs you can recall the C4 preset engaged or bypassed, your choice.
add such frequently used commands to your User Library in the MC editor (and back it up to a json file periodically).
In Neuro editor with the C4 connected to your laptop via USB, open the C4’s MIDI map. What I’ve done is for example map filter 1 and filter 2 frequencies to a couple of CCs, and then stored those as expression messages on my MC. Means I can set my exp pedal connected to my MC to control any sweepable C4 parameter