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Adding MIDI to a pedalboard w/ mpc32mqh-kit [VIDEO]

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Adding MIDI to a pedalboard w/ mpc32mqh-kit [VIDEO]

PostSat Mar 09, 2019 8:17 am

Here is my new 5 1/2 min. video (footage from summer 2018) documenting the process of adding MIDI to my organ pedalboard using the mpc32mqh-kit by Jordan Petkov of MIDI Boutique. https://youtu.be/i4Bhlpba7Q8
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Re: Adding MIDI to a pedalboard w/ mpc32mqh-kit [VIDEO]

PostSat Mar 09, 2019 2:20 pm

aah wrote:Here is my new 5 1/2 min. video (footage from summer 2018) documenting the process of adding MIDI to my organ pedalboard using the mpc32mqh-kit by Jordan Petkov of MIDI Boutique. https://youtu.be/i4Bhlpba7Q8


Nice video!
Did you encounter any adjustment issues with where the magnets are located? When I tried this method of approaching the Hall Effect devices, they did not all respond to the magnets at the same height and I was forced to use screws with the magnets attached to the ends to be able to adjust the proper distance between magnet and device. This would be a little difficult with your technique.

I also used non-ferrous screws to mount the sensor device board to avoid distorting the magnetic field. Did you encounter any such issues in your installation?

All in all good job and simple to do.

Thomas
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Re: Adding MIDI to a pedalboard w/ mpc32mqh-kit [VIDEO]

PostSat Mar 09, 2019 2:20 pm

aah wrote:Here is my new 5 1/2 min. video (footage from summer 2018) documenting the process of adding MIDI to my organ pedalboard using the mpc32mqh-kit by Jordan Petkov of MIDI Boutique. https://youtu.be/i4Bhlpba7Q8


Nice video!
Did you encounter any adjustment issues with where the magnets are located? When I tried this method of approaching the Hall Effect devices, they did not all respond to the magnets at the same height and I was forced to use screws with the magnets attached to the ends to be able to adjust the proper distance between magnet and device. This would be a little difficult with your technique.

I also used non-ferrous screws to mount the sensor device board to avoid distorting the magnetic field. Did you encounter any such issues in your installation?

All in all good job and simple to do.

Thomas
Complete Hauptwerk™ systems using real wood consoles, PC or MAC Computer Sound MEngines, Dante Audio for Home or Church.
info (at) organtechnology.com http://www.organtechnology.com

Authorized Hauptwerk; Milan Digital Audio and Lavedar Audio reseller.
USA and Canada shipments only.
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Re: Adding MIDI to a pedalboard w/ mpc32mqh-kit [VIDEO]

PostSat Mar 09, 2019 9:39 pm

Very useful video. It ought to be included in the HW.com tutorial videos section.
Luis

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