Configuration articles and guides for software and hardware. These settings are mandatory unless otherwise stated
Instructions what to do before inserting our plug-in to project
First we need to make sure the hardware is ready to communicate with the software. In order to do so, we need to make sure that some pre-required settings are set accordingly.
Plug your MIDI cables to the MIDI device and Audio Jacks to your mixer / soundcard.
MIDI out from synth to MIDI device in and vice versa. No MIDI thru or other ports.
Configure Waldorf microQ for our plug-in
Fire up your microQ and enter Multimode with “Multimode” button. Our plug-in is designed to work in Multi Mode, to access all 16 parts from single plug-in instance. Single mode is not supported, and never will be.
- Multimode button.
- Global Settings button.
- Jog wheel to view different page.
After entering Multimode (button no.1), open Global settings (button no.2) and scroll to first “page” with the Jog wheel (no.3).
- GlobalChn = we prefer to set this at channel 16.
- SysEx ID = 1 preferred. This will be auto detected once the MIDI in and MIDI out is set at the plug-in.
- Arp Send = your choice.
- Ctl.send = Ctl+SysEx.
- Ctl receive = on.
- Clock = Auto.
- Rx PrgChg = Nmb.+Bank.
- Tx PrgChg = Nmb.+Bank.
All set! We are now ready to open our plug-in in DAW!
To get more information about how to adjust your synth, read the Waldorf microQ User Manual.