MATRIXSYNTH: Tubbutec Midi USB Bridge A - USB Host and TRS midi router eurorack

Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Tubbutec Midi USB Bridge A - USB Host and TRS midi router eurorack


Dual USB host and TRS midi router and merger

0:00 Introduction
1:12 Tubbutrance
Here we connect a simple USB keyboard (AKAI LPK25) directly to a Novation Peak)

1:42 OP-1 minimal
USB bridge A is used to sync an OP-1 to a beatstep pro. You can sync both ways: The OP-1 can send or receive the clock. The basdrum is sequenced from the beatstep and created with a eurorack filter and envelope.

2:18 Euroillbient
A Korg Nanokontrol is connected to an LPZW Tram8 midi interface. This way the NanoKontrol can control 8xCV and 8xGate. Tubbutec ┬ÁTune is also connected via USB and used as a midi monitor.

2:53 SQ-Acid
An Korg SQ-1, Arturia Beatstep pro and Roland TR-505 are synced via both USB hosts and TRS midi of USB bridge A. At first, The beatstep is the master, later the SQ-1 takes over that role. Note how the they all stay in sync. This is so far the only way to send clock and reset to the SQ-1 without needing an extra computer.
The SQ-1 plays an acid line on the eurorack system while the Beastep sequences a eurorack basedrum. The TR-505 plays internal rhythms.

4:07 Eurolaunch
A Novation Launchpad is connected to our eurorack system via USB bridge A and ┬ÁTune as midi interface.
The connection goes both ways: A CV/Gate sequencer controls both a melody and the lights on the Launchpad, the bassline is played on the launchpad and uses a eurorack VCO, envelope and filter.

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