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Building pi-Stomp / Unable to log in - clean install 2.1
« on: July 16, 2023, 04:06:51 AM »
I have been trying a clean install of 2.1 after playing with 2.1 beta for a few months. Started with a new microUSB and raspberry Pi image. Despite checking passwords over and over again I am stuck at this point:

Last login: Sun Jul 16 18:12:47 on ttys000
tpearce@Tonys-iMac ~ % ssh pistomp@pistomp.local
The authenticity of host 'pistomp.local (2001:44b8:2a7:a800:74f:84d6:6e56:2f3c)' can't be established.
ED25519 key fingerprint is SHA256:X9hRzyFLIiEXD6QD43JsaGbzHWzn/UfBVQzBKnBWACI.
This host key is known by the following other names/addresses:
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])? yes
Warning: Permanently added 'pistomp.local' (ED25519) to the list of known hosts.
pistomp@pistomp.local's password:
Permission denied, please try again.

My router reports that pistomp is connected at but the following has the same result

tpearce@Tonys-iMac ~ % ssh pistomp@
pistomp@'s password:
Permission denied, please try again.

Am I doing something wrong?


Using pi-Stomp / ? Default Midi Implementation
« on: June 23, 2023, 10:05:35 PM »
Now that I have a programmable midi controller to manage my Strymons I will turn my attention to controlling the pi-stomp. Is there a default midi implementation for simple commands e.g.

bypass on/oiff
bank up/down
patch selection or toggle on/off

does pi-stomp have a default midi channel or is it in omni?

midi learn clearly works for the native footswitches but the process would be different for an external controller. Should I just choose my own CC numbers and see if Pi Stomp can learn them?

cheers, Tony

Using pi-Stomp / midi and TouchOSC
« on: May 15, 2022, 03:46:00 AM »
I've been experimenting with midi and TouchOSC. I hace successfully managed to get faders on my ipad to control knobs on a pedal and have set up switches to turn pedals on and off. These changes are visible in the Constructor but not on the Pi-Stomp display. This behaviour is expected? - I think I read that the Pi-Stomp software itself does not respond to midi i.e no changes displayed.

I am currently viewing Constructor on my Mac and using TouchOSC on my iPad, both communicating with Pi-Stomp via the home network. Is there an easy way to now make TouchOSC on the iPad still send midi messages to Pi-Stomp when communicating via hotspot? if that makes sense....

Reviews of pi-Stomp / Extraordinary bit of kit
« on: May 01, 2022, 09:05:43 PM »
I am very impressed with my Pi-stomp. Only a couple of minor soldering issues during the build and now that I have found my TRS breakout cable I have spent the morning playing with both a stereo amp setup and a wet dry setup. Both incredibly easy to set up and both sound great!!

I'm now thinking of getting a midi footswitch controller.

Using pi-Stomp / excessive CPU useage
« on: April 27, 2022, 06:38:47 AM »
Apart from some minor soldering issues the kit and software are working. The CPU usage however swings between 55% and 100% every few seconds with only 2 effects added to a pedalboard, even when they are turned off and there is no signal being processed. Is there a setting I need to check or modify?


Building pi-Stomp / default_config.yml
« on: April 26, 2022, 10:43:54 PM »
I have built my core unit and the software all seems to be installed and working. Now to add the default 3 footswitches and 2 knobs!  I see that there is already a config file for this configuration in pi-stomp/pistomp/. Am I right in assuming that if this config file is renamed default.config, after backing up the current default.config, then all will be good for the hardware config?

Assuming yes to above: if I use the config file for 3 switches, 2 knobs and exp pedal before I wire in the exp jack will there will be a problem or should I just use the 3 switches and 2 knobs config until such time as I wire in the exp jack?



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