Computer Music

Patching guide

01 Connect MIDI to DAW

Before we start out making any sound, let’s connect up the MIDI Input to our Eurorack system. The mmMidi module has a MIDI connection lead which terminates in a MIDI socket, but other similar modules may have a 5-pin DIN socket on the front. Make a connection to the MIDI In on your chosen MIDI module, from the appropriate MIDI Output from your DAW. This will probably also require the setting of a corresponding instrument in your DAW, sending MIDI over to your MIDI interface.

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