I purchased a Puc+ (http://jamstik.com/products/pucplus) in hopes of being able to sendi the midi clock from MBB wirelessly via bluetooth to my IPAD running new IOS that now works with midi over bluetooth. My hope was then I could use Loopy and other apps that accept midi clock to synch to MBB. This would be cool to then expand my options with all of the IOS apps out there. Anyhow when I received my PUC+ from Amazon each time I connected the MBB to the midi port the power turned off on the PUC+. After working with PUC+ tech support this is their response below. Does MBB send voltage through the Midi port and if so how much or is there a wiring diagram? This would be such a cool thing if this worked with MBB. As you can see they tested sending midi clock to IPAD so it does work with a host- just not MBB. : (
From PUC+ Support
During a test yesterday, we were able to send MIDI clock into BeatMaker 2 for iOS, but certainly this is just one of many apps. At this point, as far as the automatic shutdown situation goes, I’m wondering if there is some voltage issue with MBB. Unfortunately, we don’t have one to test with the puc+ in office at this time and I’m not certain how to go about getting wiring schematics from them. It might be in our best interest to set up a return. Can you provide me with your order number so I can get the process started?
Thanks, and my apologies again for the issues here.