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The Launchpad Thread
#91
(04-09-2021, 01:47 AM)Jacen Wrote: are you guys using the older launch pads with a midi box with usb midi hosting?

I have a Launchpad MK2 and two different USB-Host to MIDI Adapter that are working fine:
- Retrokits rk006
- Kenton MIDI USB Host

PS: With the rk006 you have to use split brain mode so it's not routing the output from the nerdseq back to the nerdseq.
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#92
(04-09-2021, 11:05 AM)recliq Wrote:
(04-09-2021, 01:47 AM)Jacen Wrote: are you guys using the older launch pads with a midi box with usb midi hosting?

I have a Launchpad MK2 and two different USB-Host to MIDI Adapter that are working fine:
- Retrokits rk006
- Kenton MIDI USB Host

PS: With the rk006 you have to use split brain mode so it's not routing the output from the nerdseq back to the nerdseq.

And here I thought my brand new MioXM wasn't going to use those I should have just bought the rackmount version.... Tho have a older Motu MTP-AV 8 in and 8 out USB midi controller, its ancient but old standalone gear works so well xD

Will have to try my old MK1, tho a Pro for the color might be on my list.
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#93
(04-09-2021, 01:20 PM)Jacen Wrote:
(04-09-2021, 11:05 AM)recliq Wrote:
(04-09-2021, 01:47 AM)Jacen Wrote: are you guys using the older launch pads with a midi box with usb midi hosting?

I have a Launchpad MK2 and two different USB-Host to MIDI Adapter that are working fine:
- Retrokits rk006
- Kenton MIDI USB Host

PS: With the rk006 you have to use split brain mode so it's not routing the output from the nerdseq back to the nerdseq.

And here I thought my brand new MioXM wasn't going to use those I should have just bought the rackmount version.... Tho have a older Motu MTP-AV 8 in and 8 out USB midi controller, its ancient but old standalone gear works so well xD

Will have to try my old MK1, tho a Pro for the color might be on my list.

MK1 is not supported. I tried with Launchpad S models once and they didn't seem to be class compliant.
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#94
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MK1 is not supported. I tried with Launchpad S models once and they didn't seem to be class compliant.
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well thats a bit sad but a sega controller it will be !
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#95
Xor, the manual says the mini mk3 will not work, however just watched the video on it, saying it supports full USB midi implementation so I assume it should work like the pro or mk2 with a USB midi host. Need someone to test it out? I'll bite the bullet and pick up the mk3 mini, it looks neat in a tight space!
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#96
(04-18-2021, 02:31 PM)Jacen Wrote: Xor, the manual says the mini mk3 will not work, however just watched the video on it, saying it supports full USB midi implementation so I assume it should work like the pro or mk2 with a USB midi host.  Need someone to test it out? I'll bite the bullet and pick up the mk3 mini, it looks neat in a tight space!

Yes but what does full USB Midi integration mean ;-)

As mentioned before it shows up as multiple devices and if your midi host is not able to select them then it won’t work.
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