Configuring the minilogue to transmit and receive short
The minilogue can be configured to enable or disable the receiving or transmis-
sion of MIDI short messages.
To receive or transmit MIDI short messages, turn the "Enable Rx MIDI" and
"Enable Tx MIDI" settings on using button 4 in the GLOBAL EDIT mode ("En-
able Rx MIDI", p. 44) ("Enable Tx MIDI", p. 44).
Synchronizing the Sequencer
Use the "Clock Source" setting on button 4 in the GLOBAL EDIT mode to set
whether the minilogue will be the master (the device controlling the synchroni-
zation) or the slave (the device being controlled) when the Sequencer is played
("Clock Source", p. 44).
When synchronizing to an external MIDI device, refer to that device's
Using the minilogue as the master to slave external MIDI devices
Connect the MIDI OUT connector of the minilogue to the MIDI IN connector
on your external MIDI device(s).
In the GLOBAL EDIT mode, set the Clock Source of the minilogue to "Internal",
and configure the external MIDI device to receive clock data via MIDI. The
minilogue will act as the master, and the tempo that is set using the TEMPO
knob on the minilogue will be sent as MIDI timing clock data to operate the
external MIDI device (sequencers, rhythm machines, and so on).
Slaving the minilogue clock to an external MIDI device
Connect the MIDI IN connector of the minilogue to the MIDI OUT connector
on your external MIDI device.
In the GLOBAL EDIT mode, set the Clock Source of the minilogue to "Auto
(MIDI)", and configure the external MIDI device to transmit MIDI clock data.
The minilogue will automatically act as the slave whenever a MIDI timing
clock is received, and will be driven by the tempo of the external MIDI device
(sequencers, rhythm machines, and so on).
Even if you set the Clock Source to "Auto (USB)" or "Auto (MIDI)",
the minilogue will operate in "Internal" MIDI clock mode, unless a
clock is received from an external device.