Blofeld Midi Cc List
The audio routing should be fairly easy. Make sure that input 5-6 are on the input busses list in vst connections, if not add them. You can now add an audio track and set its input to input5-6 (or whatever name you gave to this input earlier.) to record any sound coming in.
Blofeld Midi Cc List
This unique synthesis system is based upon the revolutionary PPG Wave synthesizers of the early 80s. So when you listen to the Blofeld for the first time, you will instantly recognize those edgy, hard-hitting and bell-like timbres that have been an integral part of so many world hits from the PPG era on, and become increasingly popular once more. In fact it is amazing to realize that nowadays this complex technology fits into such a slim and elegant device. And for a price no-one would have imagined a couple of years ago.
On Mac: Click on About this Mac in the Apple menu. Select System Report. Go to the Hardware dropdown menu on the left and unfold it. Select USB. Check if Blofeld is listed there.
On Mac: Click on About this Mac in the Apple menu. Select System Report. Go to the Hardware dropdown menu on the left and unfold it. Select USB. Check if your device is listed there.
All our devices come with 2 years of warranty. Depending on local law, some retailers only cover 1 year of warranty service. If your device has been bought more than one but less than two years ago, and your dealer refuses to do a warranty service repair, please contact the distributor for your area. You will find a list of them here: -distributors
The "wpc" file is loaded via the Spectre app in the "Program" part of the application view (the stuff on the left). When you open the "wpc" file, you'll see all the samples listed in that panel. Then you click "Transmit" to send them to the Blofeld. That process takes like 20 minutes. It may or may not be the case that the "wpc" file must be loaded first. All I know is that started working before the MIDI file load worked. For me.
Hardware Pre-Mapped Presets are available as free, separate downloads inside your Expressive E customer account, once you register your Touché. You can have a look and listen to all available sound packs on our website: Presets for third-party synths on the Expressive E website.
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For the full experience visit our website: www.kilpatrickaudio.com Manual Sections Introduction Precautions Getting Started Settings Selecting Things Rear Panel Connections Powering Up User Interface Buttons Encoders Navigating Menus GUI Displays Sequencer Song Data Patterns Start and Length Recording Step Editing Scenes Live Control Song Mode Buttons Using Song Mode Arpeggiator Loading and Saving Songs Understanding the CV/Gate Outputs Pairing Modes CV Output Modes CV Scaling / Span Calibrate / Offset CV Quick Setup MIDI Menu Track Settings Song Settings System Menu Clock Menu Swing Menu Tonality Menu Track Types Scale Quantizing Bias Tracks Tonality Settings MAGIC Settings MIDI Remote Control MIDI Channels Note Control Interface Mode CC Control Interface Mode Tips and Tricks Updating Firmware over USB USB Host Port Details Introduction Thank you for buying CARBON, a unique and powerful sequencer. This manual will help get you started with the many features built into CARBON. Keep in mind that this is a living document and will be updated as new features are added, or to make corrections, clarifications or to add more detailed information. Precautions Please handle your CARBON sequencer with care. It is made to be used, but please don't spill your coffee into it or drop it on the floor. Treat it with care and it will last a long time. We offer service on all our products regardless of whether they are inside the warranty period or not, so if you have trouble at any time please ask us and we will do what we can to help you. CARBON comes with a 24V power supply that has been specially selected for high quality. Please do not use any other power supply with your unit. To replace a lost power supply or to upgrade a US model to one with interchangeable plugs for many countries, please visit our online store. Firmware Bugs Every piece of software has bugs, and CARBON is no exception. We do our best to be responsive to customers, but your requests will go a long way if you are polite and give us all the info we need to reproduce your problem. Hardware issues should be dealt with via our support page. CABON is an open source project so you are free to extend or hack on the code as you like. You can download the source code here. Please report any bugs to us directly. We also have a repository on GitHub if you wish to clone via git or make pull requests: CARBON repo on GitHub Note: Make sure you are running the latest firmware before reporting a bug. The problem you are experiencing might have been fixed. USB Compatibility Policy We have built CARBON from the ground up to act as both a class-compliant USB host and device. Both host and device code has been developed through use of the official USB MIDI specification as well as by testing and debugging with various USB devices and computers with different operating systems. The USB implementation works well for us, but it might not work for you. If not, please file a bug report and describe which device, computer type or operating system is not working for you. Note that not all class-compliant devices are really 100% compliant and may not work with CARBON. For more information and specific details, see the USB Host Port Details section at the end of this document. The following USB configurations may not work: A device connected via a hub cannot be used - This is a hardware limitation of CARBON. Please do not use USB hubs or devices that contain integrated hub chips. Many multi-function USB devices that contain a controller as well as sound card contain a USB hub. A device that draws too much current cannot be used - Some devices violate the USB power specification. The USB host port is overcurrent protected and will shut off if an overcurrent or short circuit condition exists. Devices which require more than 500mA should not be used with CARBON. Do not use CARBON to charge mobile phones or other devices - The USB host port in CARBON is designed for low-power USB MIDI controller which draw less than 500mA. Many phones and USB power banks will test USB ports to see how much current they can deliver for maximum charge rate. They often ramp up to several amps. These type of devices should not be with CARBON. Getting Started Settings CARBON is designed to have most functions only a single button press away. No menus have submenus, and the most common functions are designed to be most easily accessible. Menu options are grouped by their type: MIDI functions, clock functions, tonality functions, and so on. Some settings are global to a song and some are specific to a scene / track combination. Selecting Things The buttons labeled 1 through 6 are used for selecting tracks and scenes. You can use them in the following ways: selecting a track - press to select a track selecting multiple tracks - press and hold to select a track, then press other tracks to select multiple muting / unmuting a track - hold SHIFT and press a select button to mute or unmute a track changing scenes - hold SCENE and select to change scenes reset playback only on a single track - hold a select button, hold SHIFT and press RESET to reset the playback on only one track Whenever a setting affects a scene and/or track, the current track settings will be displayed in the area at the bottom of the screen. You can quickly check the setting of each track by choosing a different track. You can also perform the same operation on multiple tracks at the same time by multi-selecting tracks and then performing the operation. Not all operations make sense like this, but most track parameters can be edited on multiple tracks at the same time. Note: When multiple tracks are selected at the same time only the first selected track is displayed. Changes made to multiple tracks, parameters will take the value of the first (displayed) track when being chanegd. Rear Panel Connections CARBON supports analog CV/gate, MIDI and USB MIDI connections so that you can make the most of your existing gear. All connections can be used at the same time. The function of the rear panel jacks and controls are as follows: RESET OUT - Sends 5V pulses when the song or sequence is reset. Can also be used to send the metronome to an external device. Output voltage is either 0V (off) or 5V. (on) CLOCK OUT - Sends 5V pulses to synchronize other equipment with CARBON. The output rate can be configured or output disabled in the CLOCK menu. Output voltage is either 0V (off) or 5V. (on) GATE OUT - There are four GATE OUT channel which produce 5V gate signals according to the CV/gate pairing mode selected. Normally used together with the CV OUT of the same number. Output voltage is either 0V (off) or 5V. (on) CV OUT - There are four CV OUT channels which produce analog control voltages. (CVs) Can be used to send pitch or control voltages depending on the CV/gate pairing mode selected. Normally used together with the GATE OUT of the same number. Output voltage can range from -5V to +5V and can be set to track in either 1V/octave or 1.2V/octave mode for pitch. MIDI OUT - There are two MIDI OUT jacks which produce different signals. Can be used to control external MIDI equipment like keyboards, synths and drum machines. MIDI IN - There is one MIDI IN jack which accepts MIDI signals. Can be used to receive MIDI from an external keyboard or other instrument, to sync CARBON to an external drum machine and so on. USB HOST - The USB HOST port can power and host many class compliant USB MIDI devices such as keyboards and MIDI controllers to control CARBON. The port is limited to 500mA and cannot be used with hubs or devices which have internal hubs. Due to the wide variety of USB devices, and quirks of USB, not all devices will work with CARBON. USB DEVICE - The USB DEVICE port (labeled USB TO PC) can be used to connect CARBON to a computer. CARBON will act as a class compliant USB MIDI device and has been tested with Windows, OS X and Linux. You can send and receive MIDI data. This port is also used for upgrading the factory firmware to a newer version. POWER - The power button is used to turn on and off CARBON and set it into alternate modes. DC IN - The DC IN jack takes 24V from the power supply. It is a centre-positive 2.1mm connector. Please do not use a power supply other than the one supplied with CARBON. Other supplies could damage the unit. Powering Up CARBON has three power modes: off, on and interface mode. When you plug in CARBON it will be off. Press the rear power button to turn it on. This is the normal mode for operating CARBON as a stand-alone sequencer. By pressing the power button again the screen will shut off and the encoders will light up purple. This is called interface mode. In this mode you can use CARBON as a CV/gate and MIDI interface for your computer. All functions are controlled via MIDI over the USB device port from the computer. When you turn on CARBON it will load the last song that you were using, or a blank song if you are using CARBON for the first time. Before you can hear anything you need to set up some MIDI or CV/gate devices. Use the MIDI menu to configure MIDI or CV/gate output settings for tracks. Once you have a synth connected you should be able to hear sound when playing back a track. To play live notes from a keyboard press the LIVE button and select a track or tracks to echo the MIDI inputs to these tracks. User Interface Since most controls on CARBON directly access internal functions, it's best to start by describing each of the controls and what they do in various modes. If a button has a shifted function this name will be displayed inside round brackets () underneath the main function name. Buttons Below is a list of button functions that work in the normal (main screen) mode. In certain situations such as loading or saving a song, some of these functions may be disabled. Also, in the step edit and song edit modes some buttons are disabled or used for other functions as documented elsewhere in this manual. 350c69d7ab