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DescriptionThe micro.ghost does one thing: interfaces your USB-MIDI devices with your 5-pin (DIN) MIDI chain.
Plug your USB MIDI device into the USB HOST port, apply standard pedalboard 9V power, and wait for the light to turn green. Your USB MIDI device is now connected to your 5-pin (DIN) MIDI controller or other device.
Use the DIP switches on the back of the micro.ghost to assign your USB MIDI device to any MIDI channel you want, even if your device doesn’t support channel assignment.
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Discussed in source audio c4 in the TalkBass community
@rsmith601 I am trying to configure my Neural QC to control a few simple parameters of my C4 Synth and running in to a communication issue between the two devices. It seems like the CC command is not getting from the QC to the C4. In order to get the 5 pin MIDI down to mini USB (C4) I am using a MIDI to USB-A and then an ... ... more
My initial thought is 'yes' you need a USB host when no computer is involved (I use the micro pro), but there will be others on here with greater knowledge. ... more
Yes, a USB host is required to send MIDI to the C4 through USB. ... more
I've used the Kenton MIDI USB Host and as I mentioned already, the Disaster Area DMC Micro Pro - it's not just a matter of USB cables, unfortunately. ... more
Either a USB Host or a Neuro Hub are necessary ... more
The DMC Micro and the Micro Ghost are two different products: [link] The Micro can interface directly with the C4 via USB. If you were to use the MC3 the. You'd need the Micro Ghost or Source Audio Hub as an interface. ... more
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