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Midi Merge question
#1
Has anyone tried using midi merge with the Nerdseq mid expander?  I just want to know if Midi Merge works with the Nerdseq or even if this is a bad idea.

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#2
(08-30-2019, 03:44 PM)Barney Rubble Wrote: Has anyone tried using midi merge with the Nerdseq mid expander?  I just want to know if Midi Merge works with the Nerdseq or even if this is a bad idea.

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b

What do you mean exactly with 'Midi-Merge'?
Like getting different sources into the nerdseq and the nerdseq passes through and adds it's own sequencing?
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#3
Yes Midi Merge in theory would allow me to connect multiple midi sources to Nerdseq midi expander.  I would like to add a Keyboard controller in the below setup and the only way I can see this working is with a midi merge device. So before I splash the cash was wondering if others had any practical experience of midi merge.

I have connected:
Launchpad out Ch 2 to Nerdseq midi expander In  
Nerdseq Midi Out to Roland Synth In - Roland Synth midi Thru port to Launchpad Midi In

With this configuration Nerdseq can play midi track on Ch 1 to Roland synth and support Launchpad controller.


Quote and link from Kenton Electronics
MIDI Merge boxes combine the data from a number of MIDI sources into a single output.

Midi Merge 4
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#4
So i don't know why it shouldn't work. Just keep in mind that you don't have multiple clock sources and that the merging is good. Also more data traffic need to be considered.
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