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December 12, 2009 at 10:44 am #106703
About to go out on tour here and trying to save presets using FactorLib which either crashes or says "No Stompbox Found / Check connect8ons and MIDI config / Then try again"
I changed the UB cord, rebooted the Mac, turned the TF on and off etc. No dice
My MF works fine, and therefore I can only think ther eis a problem with the TF.
Anyone have any ideas, or some other way to do a SYSEX dump to and from the TF?
GEAR: MF / TF with latest updates + Mac on 10.5 OSx
December 13, 2009 at 9:14 am #119642
The MacBook sees the TF in "About this Mac / More Info / Hardware / USB" even though FactorLib says "No Stompbox Found"… Or, FactorLib crashes "unexpectedly"
As I said, the MF works fine.
I changed teh USB cord, reinstalled FactorLib, rebooted the Mac.
This seems therefore to be a hardware issue
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
December 21, 2009 at 6:23 am #119663
December 30, 2009 at 3:49 pm #119698alwaltParticipant
I had this problem just yesterday when attempting to dump my presets trough FactorLib. Then I realized the TF has to be on MIDI mode, selecting DUMP -> PRESETS. When you do that, the TF says SENDING. At that moment (via usb) my FactorLib received my presets (using the OPEN FROM MIDI option).
I am not midi literate, but I guess the FactorLib does not work by just pluggin the cable to the TF, you must also indicate what you want to do.
December 31, 2009 at 3:20 pm #119705nickroseModeratorEventide Staff
You are correct in that you need to tell the TF what you want it to do. But, if the MIDI is set up correctly, selecting Open From MIDI in FactorLib should be all you need.
December 31, 2009 at 4:49 pm #130823alwaltParticipant
Then I was missing something probably, becuase this was the only way I could get the TF to work with the FactorLib. I was using a usb cable, instead of a midi one….
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