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Best Answer Rewolf48 , 11 August 2014 - 02:47 AM

There was a couple of discussions about integrating the two before

 

http://line6.com/sup...ew/thread/89945

 

http://uk.line6.com/...ew/thread/55337

 

The good news is that for what you want you are OK.  The HD500 doesn't send a tempo change that the M9 would recognise, but you can program the tap tempo button:

 

From phil_m in the second of those threads:

 

"The M9 can receive MIDI clock, but not send it.  The HD500 does neither.  Anyway, though, you can assign the correct CC# to the tap tempo switch on the HD500 and send that to the M9.  This would sync the M9 whenever you actually tap a tempo on the HD500.  CC#64 is what you need to send from the HD500 to the M9.  The HD500 Advanced Guide explains how to do this on page B-4."

 

So set the M9 to listen to a different MIDI channel to the global channel on the HD (so that program change are ignored), then program the hd tap-tempo to sent CC#64 on the channel that the M9 listens to. The bad news is that you will need to set this up separately for every HD patch.

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#1 scias23

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Posted 10 August 2014 - 05:37 PM

I want to hook a M9 to my POD HD via MIDI to control the tap tempo of M9 via POD HD tap button. However I don't want the POD HD to send MIDI program change to M9. I basically have one delay setting across all my patches so the M9 has my delay setting.

 

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Posted 11 August 2014 - 02:47 AM   Best Answer

There was a couple of discussions about integrating the two before

 

http://line6.com/sup...ew/thread/89945

 

http://uk.line6.com/...ew/thread/55337

 

The good news is that for what you want you are OK.  The HD500 doesn't send a tempo change that the M9 would recognise, but you can program the tap tempo button:

 

From phil_m in the second of those threads:

 

"The M9 can receive MIDI clock, but not send it.  The HD500 does neither.  Anyway, though, you can assign the correct CC# to the tap tempo switch on the HD500 and send that to the M9.  This would sync the M9 whenever you actually tap a tempo on the HD500.  CC#64 is what you need to send from the HD500 to the M9.  The HD500 Advanced Guide explains how to do this on page B-4."

 

So set the M9 to listen to a different MIDI channel to the global channel on the HD (so that program change are ignored), then program the hd tap-tempo to sent CC#64 on the channel that the M9 listens to. The bad news is that you will need to set this up separately for every HD patch.


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Posted 11 August 2014 - 06:38 PM

There was a couple of discussions about integrating the two before

 

http://line6.com/sup...ew/thread/89945

 

http://uk.line6.com/...ew/thread/55337

 

The good news is that for what you want you are OK.  The HD500 doesn't send a tempo change that the M9 would recognise, but you can program the tap tempo button:

 

From phil_m in the second of those threads:

 

"The M9 can receive MIDI clock, but not send it.  The HD500 does neither.  Anyway, though, you can assign the correct CC# to the tap tempo switch on the HD500 and send that to the M9.  This would sync the M9 whenever you actually tap a tempo on the HD500.  CC#64 is what you need to send from the HD500 to the M9.  The HD500 Advanced Guide explains how to do this on page B-4."

 

So set the M9 to listen to a different MIDI channel to the global channel on the HD (so that program change are ignored), then program the hd tap-tempo to sent CC#64 on the channel that the M9 listens to. The bad news is that you will need to set this up separately for every HD patch.

 

I already read those threads. What I need is a solution that won't require additional equipment. It seems like the PoD HD always sends program change message..


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Posted 12 August 2014 - 07:40 PM

That's why you change the MIDI channel on the M9 - so it won't respond to program change messages from the HD. This solution requires no extra equipment.


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Posted 12 August 2014 - 11:31 PM

That's why you change the MIDI channel on the M9 - so it won't respond to program change messages from the HD. This solution requires no extra equipment.

 

Thanks for clarifying!


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