I want to use my midipal as arpeggiator with my Roland JU-06 or my Roland JX-03.
The problem is that the midipal sending the command “START” before the first note and “STOP” after the last and this triggers the JU-06 sequencer …
Why the midipal does this ?
Is it possible to inhibit “Start” and “Stop” ?
Thank’s for your help.
> Why the midipal does this ?
To sync another MIDI device downstream to the MIDIpal arpeggiator clock (not the device you arpeggiate but another downstream).
> Is it possible to inhibit “Start” and “Stop” ?
It is therefore not possible to use the Midipal Arpeggio on a synthesizer equipped with a sequencer that responds to start and stop at MIDI entry ?
Unless you edit the code and build your own firmware.
Probably easier when you have the software tools and knowledge
Can you disable the sequencer on the JU-06?
> It is therefore not possible to use the Midipal Arpeggio on a synthesizer equipped with a sequencer that responds to start and stop at MIDI entry ?
But are there many such synths in which the sequencer automatically respond to an external MIDI clock - instead of having, for example an internal/external clock selector?
Can’t you create an empty sequence on your Boutique synth for when you want to use the arpeggiator on the midipal?
Thank you for your good idea, I created an empty sequence and it works fine.