One of the pieces of hardware I really like is my Korg Volca Sample. I can mix samples into my live hardware jams. The Volca Sample is cheap, compact and fun to work with. One of the problems I have had with it though is I am forced to use the on-board sequencer because of the way the MIDI implementation works. Each of the 10 voices are mapped to MIDI channels 1 - 10... ugh. It is a crazy implementation for a sampler that is mainly focused on rhythmic use. That has been a thorn in my side for months since I bought the thing and I was considering buying a $150 piece of hardware to fix it. That is until I discovered MidiBridge. With a tiny Stream Byter rule set I now have the 10 voices mapped to 10 notes on a single MIDI Channel!! Here is my rule set. I am sure this can be trimmed down. This was the very first thing I built when I discovered the Stream Byter capability.