Frequently asked questions
As long as the software has the ability to receive midi notes and assign functions, the devices work with it.
The midi feedback for LEDs only works as long as your software can issue the corresponding midi commands. In any case, you can use the LEDs statically to label functions.
Do you already know RD/Showcockpit? This makes it very easy to connect the MIDICRAFT controllers to various programs such as GrandMA2 and 3.
As long as your lighting console has the ability to receive midi notes and assign corresponding functions, the devices work with it. You can either connect it to a MIDI Din interface via USB or via the midi adapter cable available in the shop.
The midi feedback for LEDs only works as long as your lighting console can issue the corresponding midi commands. In any case, you can use the LEDs statically to label functions.
For the GrandMA2 you will find an LUA script in the area Support > Downloads which returns an LED feedback to the controller.
The buttons send a NoteOn with Velocity 127 when pressed and a NoteOff with Velocity 0 when released.
The faders and potentiometers send velocity notes or CC values from 0 to 127. In the menu item "Settings" you can select which type of notes should be sent for all analogue controls.
Yes, it is possible to control the color, intensity and automatic flashing of the LEDs via MIDI. Just look at section 8 of the instruction manual.