Post by jonnymacsinger on Jun 30, 2019 15:55:39 GMT
Hey Dinoe - I was also trying to find a solution to this problem. The nice man from IKmultimedia (Carlos Pena) walked me through the procedure for connecting Blue Board to my MacBook, and it now works like a dream with Prime (switch BlueBoard on while holding down button B, to enter MIDI mode 1) No coding required - and without needing the Blueboard app!
-Find and open the Audio/MIDI set up -Inside this app use the VIEW tab to access MIDI devices -Once here you will see a Bluetooth option double click this -Now turn ON your iRig BlueBoard holding down the B or C button (These will be MIDI over Bluetooth modes. Check your User Manual for more information on this topic.) -Now, inside the Bluetooth window you will see your iRig BlueBoard available -Once paired here, this device will operate like any wired MIDI device
Hi. I am trying to use an iRig Blueboard to control an app called Prime (http://loopcommunity.com/prime). On their forums, they list out the Midi note mappings for the various functions (http://loopcommunity.com/blocks/hardware/midi/prime-midi-mapping). Here is a list of their Mappings:
Stop is 0x7f (G10) Start playing track #'s: 1. 0x00 (C0) 2. 0x01 (C#0)
E2- auto advance/next song C#5- BPM down E5- BPM up F5- Key Up D5- Key Down