Groove Rider GR-16 Released!

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  • @DaveMagoo said:

    @rs2000 said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @DMan said:

    @DaveMagoo said:
    @jimpavloff any chance of files integration?

    It’s been there for a while. Are you not seeing it? For samples, wavetables, and audio exports.

    Can’t figure out how to import direct from the app?

    Either hit WAVE > User > scroll to bottom of list and hit "Load from AudioShare"
    or
    place the files into the correct folders of GR-16 using Files app, iTunes, iFunbox etc.

    App folders:

    1. Groove Rider/
      Everything you place here will be seen in GR-16 under WAVE > User. Creating sub folders is supported and helps getting fast and organised, it will also speed up scrolling to the bottom of the list for AudioShare import.

    2. Groove Rider/Wave
      What you place here will be available as imported user wavetables in GR-16 under WAVE > Wave.

    Thanks for taking the time, that answers my question.

    Would be great if I could load samples direct from the Files app...to save duplication and have a bigger pool to choose from 🤔

  • @DaveMagoo said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @rs2000 said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @DMan said:

    @DaveMagoo said:
    @jimpavloff any chance of files integration?

    It’s been there for a while. Are you not seeing it? For samples, wavetables, and audio exports.

    Can’t figure out how to import direct from the app?

    Either hit WAVE > User > scroll to bottom of list and hit "Load from AudioShare"
    or
    place the files into the correct folders of GR-16 using Files app, iTunes, iFunbox etc.

    App folders:

    1. Groove Rider/
      Everything you place here will be seen in GR-16 under WAVE > User. Creating sub folders is supported and helps getting fast and organised, it will also speed up scrolling to the bottom of the list for AudioShare import.

    2. Groove Rider/Wave
      What you place here will be available as imported user wavetables in GR-16 under WAVE > Wave.

    Thanks for taking the time, that answers my question.

    Would be great if I could load samples direct from the Files app...to save duplication and have a bigger pool to choose from 🤔

    You can load them from Files app. In Files, use the Share menu to get selected files into Grooverider.

  • @espiegel123 said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @rs2000 said:

    @DaveMagoo said:

    @DMan said:

    @DaveMagoo said:
    @jimpavloff any chance of files integration?

    It’s been there for a while. Are you not seeing it? For samples, wavetables, and audio exports.

    Can’t figure out how to import direct from the app?

    Either hit WAVE > User > scroll to bottom of list and hit "Load from AudioShare"
    or
    place the files into the correct folders of GR-16 using Files app, iTunes, iFunbox etc.

    App folders:

    1. Groove Rider/
      Everything you place here will be seen in GR-16 under WAVE > User. Creating sub folders is supported and helps getting fast and organised, it will also speed up scrolling to the bottom of the list for AudioShare import.

    2. Groove Rider/Wave
      What you place here will be available as imported user wavetables in GR-16 under WAVE > Wave.

    Thanks for taking the time, that answers my question.

    Would be great if I could load samples direct from the Files app...to save duplication and have a bigger pool to choose from 🤔

    You can load them from Files app. In Files, use the Share menu to get selected files into Grooverider

    Ah, indeed!

  • edited June 26

    I've recently purchased Groove Rider and it's awesome! I want to use it in a live setting, but I have a question about MIDI controllers. Is it possible to route a MIDI keyboard to a specific channel? For instance, I have a bass sound on part 2 and a lead sound on part 3, and I want MIDI keyboard A to always play the bass sound, and MIDI keyboard B to always play the lead sound. Can I use audiobus for this? Thanks.

  • Each part is its own MIDI channel so Groove Rider works exactly like you want it to, Audiobus is not required. Just use the camera connection kit to plug in your controller, set the controller to the MIDI channel of the part you want to control and you'll be stylin'. If you want to use multiple MIDI controllers plug a USB hub into the camera connection kit (it may need to be a powered hub) and plug your keyboards into the hub. If you set each of the keyboards to send on a different MIDI channel you'll get the result you're looking for.

  • @Billewis said:
    Each part is its own MIDI channel so Groove Rider works exactly like you want it to, Audiobus is not required. Just use the camera connection kit to plug in your controller, set the controller to the MIDI channel of the part you want to control and you'll be stylin'. If you want to use multiple MIDI controllers plug a USB hub into the camera connection kit (it may need to be a powered hub) and plug your keyboards into the hub. If you set each of the keyboards to send on a different MIDI channel you'll get the result you're looking for.

    Thank you for taking the time to answer my question. I'm pretty new to this.

    I was also wondering which controller is recommended to use with GrooveRider to control the drum machine and effects in a live setting. Novation Launchcontrol XL, Akai APC40 or maybe something else?

    Thanks again.

  • I like the immediacy of the iPad and rarely plug a controller into it, although I do own a Keith McMillen QuNeo. The challenge with controllers is they don't always match the settings on your screen - in this case your iPad - and you're always moving the knobs and sliders around to get them in sync with the iPad (or laptop / desktop) so they match.

    I'd just rather tweak my iPad.

  • wimwim
    edited June 27

    @ZimbaKu said:

    @Billewis said:
    Each part is its own MIDI channel so Groove Rider works exactly like you want it to, Audiobus is not required. Just use the camera connection kit to plug in your controller, set the controller to the MIDI channel of the part you want to control and you'll be stylin'. If you want to use multiple MIDI controllers plug a USB hub into the camera connection kit (it may need to be a powered hub) and plug your keyboards into the hub. If you set each of the keyboards to send on a different MIDI channel you'll get the result you're looking for.

    Thank you for taking the time to answer my question. I'm pretty new to this.

    I was also wondering which controller is recommended to use with GrooveRider to control the drum machine and effects in a live setting. Novation Launchcontrol XL, Akai APC40 or maybe something else?

    Thanks again.

    A little bit of additional information: GR’s “MIDI In Mode” needs to be set to Poly for each pad to receive on its own channel. If set to Omni, all midi goes to the currently selected pad.

    Also, there is a utility called mfxStrip that you can use to translate the channel for controllers that don’t support onboard changing of channels. mfxConvert can be handy also for things like mapping controller pads to GR-16 pads where it’s not possible to configure the pads to send on different channels.

    [edit] actually ... I assumed you would be using some kind of a host like Audiobus or AUM. If not, then standalone tools like MIDIFlow or MIDIFire are more appropriate than the mfx tools.

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