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Author Topic: How to connect to eurorack?  (Read 182 times)


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How to connect to eurorack?
« on: March 29, 2021, 09:27:14 pm »

A couple of questions.

I have a keystep pro and would like to connect to different hardware/software, much like loopop in this video at around 3.20.

I've connected my keystep via a USB MIDI interface (FH2 - expert sleepers), which is picking up all the four keystep tracks. When I patch pitch/gate/velocity  of a particular track into a modular oscillator I don't get that signal.

Am I doing something wrong?  :'(



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Re: How to connect to eurorack?
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2021, 03:23:39 am »
I had a similar issue at the beginning, I did play around with the settings (midi channels I believe)  and I messed something up. Resetting to factory solved it for me. YMMV. I remember there being something not very intuitive about KSP and a setting I thought did one thing actually did another.


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Re: How to connect to eurorack?
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2021, 10:56:00 pm »
If I understand what you're doing, the FH-2 is redundant in this case - you're going from MIDI back to CV when you could just be taking the CV right out of the KSP into the modular.  Your setup SHOULD work, I guess, but it adds another step to go wrong.  Have you tried plugging Pitch/Gate from, say, Track 1 directly into euro? What euro gear do you have?  Unless you have a full synth voice all-in-one, you need more than just a VCO. I mean the VCO alone WILL make noise, but you'll probably at the very least also want a VCA, and more preferably an envelope generator. And a VCF. I don't mean to talk down to you if you know all this already - just coming in rather blind.


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