- This topic is empty.
May 29, 2021 at 7:27 pm #116523Read774Participant
Hi, i have recently purchased the micropitch pedal and intend to put it through the effects loop of my kemper so that i can use 4 different presets on the pedal within the various rigs i use on the kemper.
I am not the greatest technically and am seeking some clarification as to how i can program the micropitch to patch change via midi when i switch rigs on kemper.
I am getting the feeling that i need to invest in a midi box in order to do this, but am wondering whether there is an alternative method that wouldn’t require any additional costs, as for the price of the pedal i am a little surprised that it doesn’t have midi connection capabilities already built into the pedal.
Any advice would be welcomed.
Thanks in advance, Ben.
May 29, 2021 at 7:41 pm #157972joecozziModeratorEventide StaffRead774 wrote:I am not the greatest technically and am seeking some clarification as to how i can program the micropitch to patch change via midi when i switch rigs on kemper.
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 channelRead774 wrote:I am getting the feeling that i need to invest in a midi box in order to do this…
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...
May 29, 2021 at 9:07 pm #157975Read774Participant
Thanks very much for the quick response, I’ll check out the video now. Cheers, Ben.
June 2, 2021 at 6:17 am #158015camnParticipant
FYI it is just copper, the MIDI-TRS connection. If you have a mate who is handy with a soldering iron, they could chop the end of a standard MIDI cable and wire a TRS end on the thing with, like, zero effort.
- You must be logged in to reply to this topic.