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February 12, 2015 at 4:41 am #112335fog_duckerParticipant
I was wondering if it is possible to have my JHS Mini Tap Tempo control both the H9 max and Core at the same time without using Midi? If not, how would I achieve this with Midi?
Thanks in advance,
February 12, 2015 at 2:50 pm #127531nickroseModeratorEventide Staff
Don't know anything about this pedal, and their Web Site has no information either.
But, assuming it is just a momentary switch, you have two choices. One of them is to connect it to both pedals with a Y-lead. The other is to pick one pedal as the tempo master, and have it control the other via MIDIclock (you will need to enable MIDIclock out on the master, and MIDIclock in on the other – see UM for info).
February 14, 2015 at 10:44 pm #138267fog_duckerParticipant
No luck with either option? Can I not have the core recognize the "ring" cable coming out on the "Y" cable? Also, tried MIDI cable, enabled H9 max MIDI clock output and Core MIDI clock input, attempting to have the H9 max be the master clock. The JHS is going into the H9 max as a tap tempo aux switch and works fine. Nothing happening on the Core in both scenarios.
February 15, 2015 at 12:26 am #138268LA KeysParticipant
Fog_ducker: Are you saying that you're using a TRS splitter (With Tip and Ring splitted) ?
Is so I believe that nickrose was suggesting to use a "regular" splitter with both tips connected to the common tip, same for the shields…
February 15, 2015 at 2:12 am #138271fog_duckerParticipant
Yes, I am currently using TRS to 2 mono cables, one tip, and 1 ring. I cannot find a TRS to tip/tip cable? I would actually like to figure out the MIDI situation as I would also try to have my Strymon Big Sky slaved to the master clock.
February 15, 2015 at 4:08 am #138272LA KeysParticipant
Here is what you need:
Can't help about midi as I don't know enough about what you're using with the H9
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February 15, 2015 at 5:26 am #138274fog_duckerParticipant
February 15, 2015 at 5:42 am #138275LA KeysParticipant
Ok…. Here is a few things about midi clocks:
– Make sure USB is disconnected (If USB is connected MIDI is ignored)
– The "master" H9 should have "Enabale Midi input clock" set to NO, "Enable Midi output clock" set to YES
– The "slave" should have "Enable Midi input clock" set to YES, "Enable Midi output clock" set to NO
– The "Global Tempo" (under "General settings") should be set to NO for the slave, but could be set to YES for the master.
– For the master: "Midi output mode" should be set to TRANSMIT
– Midi OUT from the "master" should be connected with a midi cable to Midi IN of the slave.
With those settings, tapping a tempo (or using a preset with stored tempo) on the master should make the "slave" to follow the same tempo.
February 15, 2015 at 7:01 pm #138277LA KeysParticipant
I've had a look at the JHS mini tap and now believe that because this thing have 3 outputs you really don't need a spliitter. You just have to use one output for each H9. This way you don't even need any midi cable between the two H9.
Ths being said, I do believ that the BEST way to do what you want is to go with the MIDI way I've explained in my previous post. This will also allow you to add as many slaves as you want, keeping all of them in sync.
February 15, 2015 at 9:54 pm #138281fog_duckerParticipant
Awesome, thanks again LA. I'm at work this evening, but will try tomorrow. The MIDI problem may have been that I did not disconnect bluetooth. I'll keep you posted!
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