AXE FX3 sending midi to A&H qu mixer

AXE FX3 sending midi to A&H qu mixers

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Hi to all,

I can send midi from my axe fx3 to my a&h qu16 and swithing scenes.

But i can’t find how to do mute channels or fader (+/- 1-3db) and so.

So need i some help/examples…

You might want to look at this post regarding the Allen&Heath QU24. I believe the project file there has some MUTE Group and even fader examples. Coupled with the documentation on your specific mixer from Allen and Heath, you should be able to figure the translations you need.

For a more specific example, I would need to know what the AXE FX3 sends for the specific function you require. It is beyond the scope of providing a complete solution for free support here, but I could give you a specific example to get you started as part of the free support service. I don’t have a QU16 for testing so would need to rely on the accuracy of the documentation.

Steve Caldwell
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Hello Steve,

I’v seen that allready but can’t get it work propely…

For scene’s switching, i sending PC cmd’s from axe-fx3 to QU16

But for mute, fader etc qu16 had to receive CC cmd’s, i’v red somewhere…

So in my FX3 i’v a midi block

And can send CC cmd’s ch1-16, number 1-127 and value’s 1-127

I’v tied your file allready and tried to change some setting but no luck yet…

Greeting!

Op 10-8-2022 18:42:32, Steve via Bome Forum forum@bome.com schreef:

SteveC staff
August 10

You might want to look at this post regarding the Allen&Heath QU24. I believe the project file there has some MUTE Group and even fader examples. Coupled with the documentation on your specific mixer from Allen and Heath, you should be able to figure the translations you need.

For a more specific example, I would need to know what the AXE FX3 sends for the specific function you require. It is beyond the scope of providing a complete solution for free support here, but I could give you a specific example to get you started as part of the free support service. I don’t have a QU16 for testing so would need to rely on the accuracy of the documentation.

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I would not use CC 127 as the MIDI Spec calls this out as a CC to reset all MIDI configurations. Pick something unused like perhaps 102.

MIDI CC List from MIDI.org

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That was for testing, i didn’t know the highest digit

Op 10-8-2022 19:19:24, Steve via Bome Forum forum@bome.com schreef:

> SteveC staff
August 10

I would not use CC 127 as the MIDI Spec calls this out as a CC to reset all MIDI configurations. Pick something unused like perhaps 102.

MIDI CC List from MIDI.org

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You might try this. I’m using CC102 value of 127 for mute on and CC102 value of 0 for mute off. Both of Track 1

Allen-and-Heath-QU16 Mute Example-2022-08-10.bmtp (1.1 KB)

The output is based on the QU protocol Manual V1.9 found here.

You might need to set up your aliases for your actual devices. Since I have neither I just tested using virtual ports.

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Great i will tried it!

I’v till now no luck yet…

Op 10-8-2022 20:04:59, Steve via Bome Forum forum@bome.com schreef:

> SteveC staff
August 10

You might try this. I’m using CC102 value of 127 for mute on and CC102 value of 0 for mute off. Both of Track 1

Allen-and-Heath-QU16 Mute Example-2022-08-10.bmtp (1.1 KB)

The output is based on the QU protocol Manual V1.9 found here.

You might need to set up your aliases for your actual devices. Since I have neither I just tested using virtual ports.

Steve Caldwell
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Nope😢

Is there a way to log/monitor?
The bomebox log is very summier

There only a flashing led on my bomenbox…

Op 10-8-2022 20:04:59, Steve via Bome Forum forum@bome.com schreef:

> SteveC staff
August 10

You might try this. I’m using CC102 value of 127 for mute on and CC102 value of 0 for mute off. Both of Track 1

Allen-and-Heath-QU16 Mute Example-2022-08-10.bmtp (1.1 KB)

The output is based on the QU protocol Manual V1.9 found here.

You might need to set up your aliases for your actual devices. Since I have neither I just tested using virtual ports.

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YES! I’v got it working.

I’v found https://www.allen-heath.com/media/Qu-MIDI-generator.xlsx

And changed output 90 01 7F 90 01 00 in 90 20 3F 90 01 00

And see what’s wrong… channel nr decimal must be hex :slight_smile:

I’m glad you got it working!

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