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PiStomp as a USB MIDI host
« on: July 03, 2021, 05:43:16 PM »
Hey everyone!

I did a little research on the Blokas site and came across a great way to get your USB midi controllers/keyboards to communicate with other gear, with the PiStomp as the host.

You can install either one first:

https://github.com/mzero/amidiminder

**the instructions are straightforward. This little program will automatically connect any midi devices detected.**

https://github.com/schuyberg/rpi-midi-hub

**also straightforward. With Instruction 2, get into the directory with    cd rpi-midi-hub   then     sudo ./install.sh
    I also loaded up the desktop GUI, located the rpi-midi-hub folder and executed the install.sh file using Terminal, just to be sure**

I'm using the PiStomp as a standalone effects processor for my Eurorack, and with these installed i can also use an iPad, Keystep, Korg SQ1 etc. with my Midi to CV converters.

Hope this is useful to you!