Yeah I was talking about the editor in general, thinking that since it will probably be updated again, this could be added.The factory settings per engine is not really the same concept as in the Nemesis/Ventris. The C4 is really a different beast. Note that presets rule in the land of the C4. They are (in general) well crafted.
The very first thing I’m going to do as soon as I get one is try and emulate the first preset on the Deep Impact. If I’m successful I’ll publish it.Sweet! Now I can finally dive into the menus. I'm excited to finally pick one of these up. My first priority will be to emulate some of my favorite envelope filters, but then will be to try and emulate some of my favorite patches on a Deep Impact and my Moog monosynths.
If you have the Hub you don't have to worry about USB host. Just connect the DMC micro to Hub with a standard midi cable and the Hub to the SA pedals with the TRRS cables.I'm wondering if the DMX micro could do this to the hub, not just to the c4. I'm wanting to only send one tap tempo for both nemesis and c4. Not sure if the USB host option would work with the hub?
Awesome, so the DMC micro can send PC for preset changes and tap tempo via midi clockclock? I couldn't find that in their manual.If you have the Hub you don't have to worry about USB host. Just connect the DMC micro to Hub with a standard midi cable and the Hub to the SA pedals with the TRRS cables.
Yes, for sure.This might seem like an obvious question, but it just occurred to me. Can presets that have been "burned" onto the one of the 128 spots on the C4 be deleted/overwritten? Like say I burn a preset and decide that I need to tweak it after having used it at a show, can I overwrite that slot a new preset? So excited to get my hands on this guy!
Wow, thanks!Bob is actually a bit more interested in the moment at creating the tools to create the sounds. Nathan has been more on the front line of creating the sounds.
FOR THE RECORD:
The first units of C4 will have presets as follows:
3 crated by Nathan
1 created by Jesse
2 created by the community: Funky Dragon and Flashlight Bass (which sounds great on guitar)
I am going to say that the power in the community to create sounds is massive already and only going to get more intense. This, unlike any SA pedal, really shines in the world of community presets.
I have 2 hubs + Soleman + other midi equipments driven by soleman and after a small test period my config is:Question:
If I end up getting two hubs, can they be placed on the same MIDI channel as devices in succession?
I recall a statement earlier that the Hub stops certain forms of pass-thru MIDI data (CC, if I recall) and likes to be first in chain, thus the question. I eventually planned on using the second MIDI out on my Soleman for non-SA pedals (not yet acquired), but it appears that wouldn't be ideal if I need to use it for a second hub.
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Thanks for that helpful and detailed response. Does it still block CC messages with pass-thru?I have 2 hubs + Soleman + other midi equipments driven by soleman and after a small test period my config is:
Use the 2 Soleman midi out for hubs
Set one of the Hub to work in midi pass-thru mode
Connect the midi out of this Hub to my other equipments (in fact through one of the midi inputs of an inverted fork switch whose out go directly to my other equipment)
I use midi channel 1 for Hubs and 2 for the other equipment
As a complementary detail the other equipment is my H&K FSM 432 midi pedal connected to my H&K Grandmeister 40 amplifier, the amp itself is connected through its midi out to its desktop windows app through a Steinberg UR242 input, its out port being connected back to the second entry of my fork switch. So I could command the amp from the Soleman but overide the Soleman settings with the FSM 432 or from the Window App... Just 2 midi loops sharing some signals through the fork.