Make sure the MicroPitch Delay is set to the MIDI channel your controller is using to communicate with your pedal. To learn how to set the MIDI channel
3:03 – Learn to enter System Settings
7:24 – Learn how to set EXP input for MIDI Box or MIDI TRS.
13:38 – Learn to set MIDI channel
It all depends what kind of MIDI connections your controller uses. The standard protocol uses 5-pin MIDI DIN, in which case you will need to invest in a MIDI Box to convert 5-pin DIN to TRS. MIDI a over TRS is a newer protocol that helps pedals remain compact, and newer controllers on the market use this capability. As stated above go to 7:24 to learn about the differences.
Once you have programmed the MicroPitch Delay to function on the correct channel, you need to program your MIDI controller to send a program change number (1 – 127) that corresponds to the presets you want to access.Show More...Show Less...