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Connecting Integra 7 in my setup Rackmount Synthesizers
Old 6th July 2016
  #1
Gear Nut
 

Connecting Integra 7 in my setup

I currently have Kronos 2 both as an instrument and midi controller for my Omnisphere2.

Current setup: Kronos is plugged into Scarlett 18i8 via Midi cables and TRS jack (and 18i8 is connected to my two monitor speakers via TRS, and computer via USB).

Now, I just ordered Integra-7, and I'm wondering how I should set this up in terms of connections. Because Midi in/out is full in my 18i8, my option is to connect Integra via USB directly into my computer, but how will I connect it to the kronos, as I'm planning on using the Kronos as the midi controller for Integra (as well as using the kronos built-in sounds on its own separately)?

Or is simply having a separate midi controller helpful when it comes to using such rack modules?
Old 6th July 2016
  #2
Gear Head
 

Go to Roland website, download Integra 7 Manual. read. setup as appropriate.

seriously. the manual covers multiple configurations, channel setup and how you can work with the Integra, controller and other midi devices.

I control the Integra 7 with iPad it's all covered in manual.
Old 6th July 2016
  #3
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Best option is to get a 2 or 4 IN/OUT midi box, problem solved and you can then ignore the midi on the Focusrite
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