Programmable MIDI Foot Controller with Graphic DisplayDesigned by Blackaddr Audio, Ships from Canada
The microMIDI MKI is a programmable MIDI controller that lets you control your MIDI capable devices and software just like you would with a real analog pedal. Most MIDI foot controllers available a...Read More…
The microMIDI MKI is a programmable MIDI controller that lets you control your MIDI capable devices and software just like you would with a real analog pedal.
Most MIDI foot controllers available are too basic, offering limited programability, or are too large and expensive. The microMIDI from Blackaddr Audio is compact, measuring 4.77" x 2.58" and offers a compelling set of features.
The microMIDI sends MIDI "Program Change" messages on preset changes, and MIDI "Controller Change" messages when pushing switches and rotating knobs.
*external pedals not provided
The microMIDI is pre-programmed with preset names "Preset 1 - Preset 24" and with all controls enabled, and all switches set to latching type. You do not need to program the microMIDI in order to use it.
To customize the microMIDI and access the Extended Features you must program the device using the free Windows microMIDI App and a compatible USB-MIDI device (not included).
It is recommended you download the free Windows Application and try the "Loopback Test" procedure in the manual to determine if your USB-MIDI device is capable of sending MIDI programming (SysEx) messages.
See the detailed user guide for complete information.
The free application is available for download here: microMIDI App
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