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Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

Stephen Hannah
 

Seeing how this played out, I’m becoming more convinced that most people’s issues (mine included) stem from using a an incompatible midi interface. 

On May 30, 2020, at 6:28 PM, federicosanchezg@... wrote:

PROBLEM SOLVED!! (apparently...)
I connected a Lexicon Lambda to my MAC through USB... I connected my stock FCB via MIDI to the Lexicon Lambda. (Midi OUT on the FCB... Midi IN on the LExicon).... and voilá!. GUitar Rig 5, Overloud TH3  and Amplitube started responding to the MIDI commands. Both expression pedals, for Wah and Volume, work perfectly.
Before doing this connection I followed these steps that EJ Sheldon kindly explained... 
https://fcb1010.groups.io/g/main/message/28388
I succeded in sending the Sysex file to the FCB ... and then I connected the FCB to the LExicon via MIDI.
I`ll start trying to assign preset changes to the pedals... hope It`ll work.
Thanks to all!


Pedals active by default?

Jens Andersson
 

Is it possible to have a default preset where both pedals are activated by default at start up?

As with the default setup, I have to activate a preset - i.e. hit a foot key - for the pedals to be active. Since I always want the pedals active in any preset, the requirement of first activating any preset is a bit frustrating. Needless to say, all my presets include the pedals.

//Jens


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

ossandust
 

On Sat, May 30, 2020 at 10:08 PM, dbtrade wrote:
Did I read somewhere that only certain web browsers are compatible?
You may indeed have read this about the MIDI communication test, which is required prior to purchasing the UnO2 firmware (in order to save you from the frustration of buying firmware and not being able to download a setup to the FCB1010). Internet Explorer and Safari don't support web MIDI. You can instead use the offline MIDI communication test, which is part of the free MIDI monitor app at https://github.com/ossandust/midi-monitor/  
Apart from that there is an online demo of the setup editor available - I'm not aware of any browser issues there, but in any case UnO2ControlCenter itself is not browser dependent, only the demo is. 


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

David Grosz
 

You can copy and paste from web based editor and saving to a word doc and and then copy and paste into real editor.
This is what I did and Control c for copy and Control v to paste into editor works fine

On Saturday, May 30, 2020, 3:09:24 PM PDT, dbtrade <dbmixer@...> wrote:


Did I read somewhere that only certain web browsers are compatible?

My frustration is I would like to use my lockdown time to work on this, but my fcb1010 is somewhere that is not currently accessible to me.
Can the webBrowser scripts be saved? In case I can't get it all in in one session?

On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 10:21 AM Jack Fenton via groups.io <jack_fenton=ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:
OK, it doesn't work there either with any of my MIDI interfaces where they all work with Uno Control Center. In the offline version I don't even get the version of my pedal returned where I do with the web version.


Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

federicosanchezg@...
 

PROBLEM SOLVED!! (apparently...)
I connected a Lexicon Lambda to my MAC through USB... I connected my stock FCB via MIDI to the Lexicon Lambda. (Midi OUT on the FCB... Midi IN on the LExicon).... and voilá!. GUitar Rig 5, Overloud TH3  and Amplitube started responding to the MIDI commands. Both expression pedals, for Wah and Volume, work perfectly.
Before doing this connection I followed these steps that EJ Sheldon kindly explained... 
https://fcb1010.groups.io/g/main/message/28388
I succeded in sending the Sysex file to the FCB ... and then I connected the FCB to the LExicon via MIDI.
I`ll start trying to assign preset changes to the pedals... hope It`ll work.
Thanks to all!


Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

federicosanchezg@...
 

Thanks chrisw_63... not signal sent to MIDI MOnitor through the MIDI/USB cable... 
Today I`ll try to connect the FCB through a Lexicon LAMBDA... I`ve seen this video in youtube where they show how to control TH3 with an FCB, connected via MIDI to a Focusrite Scarlett 6i6.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7K7JSzvg4T8
I`ll let you know in some minutes..


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

matt kaine
 

I don't think Firefox works chrome does.

For me on my PC I did a Ctrl+A to select all text in the webpage window. Then I saved it it a word document by pressing Ctrl+C to copy, and then Ctrl+V to paste into note document.

Sent from my Huawei Mobile


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Subject: Re: [fcb1010] New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement
From: dbtrade
To: main@fcb1010.groups.io
CC:


Did I read somewhere that only certain web browsers are compatible?

My frustration is I would like to use my lockdown time to work on this, but my fcb1010 is somewhere that is not currently accessible to me.
Can the webBrowser scripts be saved? In case I can't get it all in in one session?

On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 10:21 AM Jack Fenton via groups.io <jack_fenton=ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:
OK, it doesn't work there either with any of my MIDI interfaces where they all work with Uno Control Center. In the offline version I don't even get the version of my pedal returned where I do with the web version.


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

dbtrade
 

Did I read somewhere that only certain web browsers are compatible?

My frustration is I would like to use my lockdown time to work on this, but my fcb1010 is somewhere that is not currently accessible to me.
Can the webBrowser scripts be saved? In case I can't get it all in in one session?


On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 10:21 AM Jack Fenton via groups.io <jack_fenton=ymail.com@groups.io> wrote:
OK, it doesn't work there either with any of my MIDI interfaces where they all work with Uno Control Center. In the offline version I don't even get the version of my pedal returned where I do with the web version.


I have the EurekaProm 3.2 having problems

Matsaw
 

New here and just like with my FCB1010 I don't know what I'm doing. So if I'm posting this incorrectly I apologize. Anyway my FCB has the Eureka Prom 3.2 in it I'm trying to get it and my bass V amp pro to communicate and I'm at my wits end. So when I go into A3 configuration since I have the Bass V amp pro do I use VB or is that just for the Bass chip only and if not what do I put VA? i'm running migi out of board to midi in on bass V amp pro nothing It won't change any settings, i'm midi ignorant to start with. Just need someone who knows what they're doing and maybe dumb the steps down for me amy help would be appreciated , thanks


Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

 

Good morning Frederico, I'm a noob. Just got my 1010 yesterday but I think I can tackle this one. First of all this isn't an error exactly. A glitch or a bug maybe but not an error. 
Guitar tig likes to keep things seperate and this means that each preset has it's own set of midi commands possible for the components in that rig. So everytime you switch the preset the fcb board buttons get put back to default. And unfortunately default settings for guitar rig iae that nothing is assigned yet.
Here's what I did. when in the Options/controller column of Guitar Rig Satndalone. pick button 6 and 7 to act as a Rig Kontrol 3, (preset previous and preset next). before switching any presets go back into the menu where you picked the before mentioned control changes adn at the top of the dropdown list click the 'LOCK' option. this will make the pedal designations Global and therfore the same for any preset. Then it is just a matter of organising your presets in groups of song specific sounds that can be easily selected next on the fly. 
Hope this helped
Cheers


Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

chrisw_63
 

On Fri, May 29, 2020 at 02:45 PM, EJ SHELDON wrote:
There's a MIDI Monitor program for MAC,
It's actually called Midi Monitor.. go figure..


Re: FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

EJ SHELDON
 

First, find out what your FCB is ACTUALLY sending. There's a MIDI Monitor program for MAC, but I don't remember what it's called (Windows guy here).

Second, you say that when you "try to add controllers...and assign pedal 2 and 3 to bring other presets...". This is confusing. If, for example, Pedal 1 calls a preset (sends a PC), then Pedals 2 and 3 are configured to send CCs to toggle effects (no PC), that makes sense. If you're sending PCs as well as CCs on a single pedal press, that will cause a problem with GR.

Once you have a MIDI Monitor program installed, you'll be able to SEE exactly what is being sent, not guess based on what you THINK you programmed it to do.


FCB1010 STOCK VERSION. CANNOT MAKE IT WORK WITH GUITAR RIG 4 OR 5... UNDER MAC OR WINDOWS. Sorry for bothering you with newby stuff.

federicosanchezg@...
 

Hi everyone!
I bought some days ago a stock FCB1010. I don`t have the possibility to change the chip here in Argentina yet. Firstly, I ran the pedal calibration properly. 
So then, I followed all the internet tutorials to program the pedals, and the expression pedals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hI0Sl74oCoI&list=RDhI0Sl74oCoI&index=1 
I connected the FCB to my MAC through an USB/MIDI Cable.
I tried to connect to Guitar Rig, both versions 4 and 5, and I tried to do that with both versions on both Windows and MAC, and the same error happens always.
I followed the configuration recommendations for Guitar Rig. So, here comes the error.... in Guitar Rig, when I try to LEARN with, for example Pedal 1 Bank 00, Guitar Rig assigns correctly Key 1 to that specific controller. My intention has always been to select one Guitar Preset included in Guitar Rig, to select it while I`m playing live. This first selection works fine. Pressing Pedal 1 makes the assigned preset appear. BUt when I try to add controllers... and assign pedal 2 and 3 (Bank 00) to bring other presets... the FCB stops communicating with Guitar Rig... and even pressing pedal 1 (which had been correctly configured previously) doesn`t make any change. And then...no matter what you press on the FCB... nothing else will happen.
Do you have any reccomendation?
I`ve already replaced the MIDI/USB cable twice, so that doesn`t seem to be the problem.
Thank you very much!


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

Jack Fenton
 

OK, it doesn't work there either with any of my MIDI interfaces where they all work with Uno Control Center. In the offline version I don't even get the version of my pedal returned where I do with the web version.


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

Jack Fenton
 

Got it. Thanks!


Re: New firmware release : "UnO2" v.1.0 #announcement

ossandust
 

On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 03:33 PM, Jack Fenton wrote:
if I can't see how much memory my current configuration will use, I will not not if I have to use a TinyBox.
Hi Jack,
- you don't need any MIDI-USB connection to check how much memory your configuration will use. Just use the online editor at https://www.fcb1010.eu/uno2_editor.html  You can create a setup with that editor and in the lower status bar it will say how much percentage of the FCB1010 storage it uses. If it's above 100% it won't fit.
- I have the same experience of MIDI in the browser being unreliable (already much better than a few years ago but still...), so it's better to test with the monitor at https://github.com/ossandust/midi-monitor  - the test is in the menu Help > Purchase UnO2 license


Re: Jack Fenton

Jack Fenton
 

Yeah, the idea of BomeBox working as a host means you do not need to connect to a computer, at all,  however you can if you want through a network link.


Re: Jack Fenton

chrisw_63
 

Wow.. I got that one wrong!  Sorry, I thought the BomeBox connected to a computer via USB, too.  Odd that they don't have that option, since the USB connector for power is right there.  Thanks for setting me straight.

I really have to wonder.. if the new firmware is really incompatible with two different iConnectivity boxes - Two of the better MIDI interfaces available today IMO, what is it actually going to work with?


On 5/23/2020 12:19 PM, Jack Fenton via groups.io wrote:
MIO 1 is just a iCOnnectivity cable with a converter box inline so it is just called the mio I think

All of my interfaces work with UnoControl Center. None of them work with the web interface.

As far as BomeBox, it does not have USB connection to a host as a device if I were to try that it would be using a network connection to my PC. The BomeBox USB interface is host only (like a PC).

I guess, I could hook up my FCB1010 to its DIN ports, and then connect to my PC via network and try network MIDI from the web site, but is seems silly since I would never use such a configuration.




Re: Jack Fenton

Jack Fenton
 

MIO 1 is just a iCOnnectivity cable with a converter box inline so it is just called the mio I think

All of my interfaces work with UnoControl Center. None of them work with the web interface.

As far as BomeBox, it does not have USB connection to a host as a device if I were to try that it would be using a network connection to my PC. The BomeBox USB interface is host only (like a PC).

I guess, I could hook up my FCB1010 to its DIN ports, and then connect to my PC via network and try network MIDI from the web site, but is seems silly since I would never use such a configuration.



Jack Fenton

chrisw_63
 

Jack Fenton,
     I'm confused.  You mention four interfaces, and say it failed with three of them - the Mio1, MOTU and Auido4 MIDI.  I would think the fourth one, BomeBox, would be the most likely to work well with just about anything, and yet you don't say if you tried it or not.  I can't find any product named Mio1- iConnectivity makes the 'mio' and the MIDI1+, is it one of those?  It would be good to know which ones work and which do not.

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