our Toneprint pedal and the Bass amps are build on totally different developement platforms and frameworks and are not compatible with each other.
Due to the differences in hardware processor and memory used, the bass amps neither can run all available TC effects nor were they designed for that. We managed to port some of the more recource friendly FX as fixed toneprints, so that our users can enjoy some great artist toenprints and also store their favourites in the product, but without a complete reddesign of a new product full Toneprint compatibility is not possible.
If you think there are particular FX settings missing in the library of available artist toneprints for the BH serie, let us know and we can make some more signature toneprints available.
see also this topic here... https://community.musictribe.com/t5/Synthesizers/Bugs-on-MS-101/m-p/264356
Uli posted on gearslutz that a firmware update is in the works and will be available shortly. Once i have official words on a timeframe, i'll update this topic.
and yes, with hardware sequencers without USB, remote controlled playing is not an option, but i'm sure it will be shortly
it is of course a bit unfortunate, but the product is working fine apart from the Din Midi I/Os not functioning as they should.
Since it was already confirmed that a firmware update will be released adding a transpose function for the sequencer (important and fun feature of the original 101), i expect the issue will be fixed in a timely manner, once it a confirmed bug, or rather a missing feature.
USB midi works fine here, so there is a workaround for midi remote control . i'll update the topic as soon as i have news.
a colleague just got his MS 101 delivered this morning , so i loaned it and can confirm the issue on our unit too.
I've passed this on to the synth development team and update this thread once i have more infos regarding this.
sorry to hear about the issue.
Have you gotten in touch with our tech support team regarding this?
Hof mini is running fine here on 3 different Win 10 PCs.
Pleease provide the following infos, so we can get a better picture as to what the possible culprit might be:
- Which version of Window 10 are you using? (in case you haven't updated to latest service pack, please do so and let us know wether this makes a difference?)
-Can you see that your Hof mini is recognised by your computer when connected via USB? (can be seen in Windows device manager under "Sound, Video , Game controllers" tab?
- Have you checked that you are using the latest version of the Toneprint app ? (currently 4.1.09 -> version number of the app can be seen in the Settiungs menu)
- is your Hof mini by any chance connected to an external USB hub instead of your computer's USB port? -> if yes, does it make a difference when disconnecting other USB devices? )
-speaking of USB devices..- Do you use any other USB Midi devices alongside the HOF mini ?? (like USB midi controllers , audio/midi interfaces , etc?) They might hog the USB driver , so that your pedal is not recognised .
- related to this- please also check that you don't have your DAW open at the same time or any other audio app that might use Midi via USB
just to understand the issue better- is your overdub recording longer than the first base loop you recorded ?
With the Ditto X2 the first Loop recording sets the overall length of your loop, so if you want to play an eight bar solo, your first Loop has to be the same length.
Here is a downloadlink for the missing PC version of the Vyzor G-Major 2 editor:
Be sure to read at least the Quick start .PDF that can be accessed via the editor under the "manuals" menu.