How does MIDI LEARN work?
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When a MIDI controller is connected to the AMP1 via the BluGuitar MIDI1 adapter, all switching states of the AMP1 can be recalled by a MIDI program change command sent on MIDI channel 1. This allows up to 128 presets to be created. The assignment is made via the MIDI LEARN function on the AMP1.
Create presets with MIDI LEARN
Set the sound (or the switching states) that you want to save on the AMP1:
- Desired channel (CLEAN, VINTAGE, CLASSIC, MODERN)
- BOOST on/off
- REVERB on/off
- FX loop on/off (only for AMP1 Mercury Edition and AMP1 Iridium Edition models)
With the MIDI1 adapter plugged in, MIDI LEARN is activated with a long press on the BOOST switch. The blinking of the REVERB LED signals that the AMP1 is "armed" and is waiting for a MIDI command. If a valid and unambiguous MIDI program change command is received within 10 seconds, the combination of switching states set above is saved as a preset and the REVERB LED stops flashing. The preset is now called up every time the assigned MIDI program change message is sent to the AMP1 on MIDI channel 1.