Post by insidechrisbyrd on Feb 10, 2015 21:19:09 GMT
Hey Nic, Thanks, I read your tip, I dont have a scarlett interface, I'm using the Alesis iODOCKii, also I have the iRig Blue Board, both of them are showing up in the midi control window of Auria, but I cant get either to work. However, it does work with the Yamaha Motif midied into the IODOCK with the Motif in song mode it will start and stop, I monitored the midi signal using midi wrench, and was able to send the same midi signal using the iRig Blue Board but it's not working. Any suggestions?
Post by insidechrisbyrd on Feb 11, 2015 4:08:36 GMT
Hey Nic, Yes, I just purchased the blue board today. Initially I didn't understand that you were telling me to download the midibridge app, I have now downloaded it and I pasted the message into the text box, so far it's still not working. Since I am wanting to control Auria's transport, is there something else I should paste into the Stream Byter instead?
Ah, yes I assumed you had MidiBridge since you posted here! ;-)
First of all, remove the routing from BlueBoard to Auria, since we do not want it receiving double messages. You only need a green line going from BlueBoard (left) to MidiBridge (right)
Here are the rules for BlueBoard (assumes the BlueBoard is in controller mode and with default values). These rules go into the Stream Byter on the BlueBoard port (from your pic this is where you pasted the other set, so replace those) :
# BlueBoard/Auria transport B1-F = XX +B BX 00 = F2 00 00 +C BX 00 = FA +C BX 01 = FB +C BX 02 = FC +C BX 00-02 = XX +B
Finally, switch to Auria. Under Settings choose 'Receive Clock' for 'MidiBridge' under MIDI inputs.