Thanks for your patience
I hope the following makes sense.
I’m on FIRM-1.8.5 and Windows10 home.
[INDENT] Songwriting/Recording use. I want to record the clock and drum information so I can add tracks later.[/INDENT]
[INDENT] I tried and failed to get Reaper and Scarlet 6i6 and Beatbuddy all talking together.[/INDENT]
[INDENT] Try for a simpler case:
I bought an additional usb to midi pair from an electronics shop, (skip Scarlet)
I downloaded MIDI-OX utility, (skip Reaper)[/INDENT]
[INDENT] I can now see a midi-clock tracking in MIDI-OX after a Beatbuddy intro completes, nice
No drum notes are going into MIDI-OX – perhaps this is a Beatbuddy copyright issue?
EDIT - This works now I took Big E’s tip below and enabled note events in BeatBuddys Main Pedal Midi Menu
[INDENT] Maybe I can get beat Buddy to start and follow clock from MIDI-OX?
If so, I could potentially get this to work from a more complicated program[/INDENT]
[INDENT] I ticked the send clock box on MIDI-OX and also hit the play button,
The MIDI-OX display started listing midi events, but no response from Beatbuddy
(set on its default midi settings with all its cabling in place)[/INDENT]
[INDENT] I will try playing one of the Beatbuddy’s supplied midi patterns using MIDI-OX
and try to get the Beatbuddy to sound out the result[/INDENT]
[INDENT] No progress on this as yet[/INDENT]
Hoping for some clear steps if any are known