Using the Jamstik Studio MIDI Guitar with a Groove Box

Using the Jamstik Studio MIDI Guitar with a Groove Box

March 25, 2021

The Jamstik Studio is a class-compliant MIDI controller, so you can use it to control any of your hardware gear that accepts MIDI-input from 3rd party products.

Please make sure to check with the manufacturer of your product to ensure it can be controlled by a 3rd party controller like the Studio MIDI Guitar.

In this demonstration, we'll showcase how to use the Jamstik Studio with KORG's Electribe Sampler 2 groove box.

Equipment Required: TRS-MIDI cable (3.5mm auxiliary cord)

This particular groove box has a 3.5mm TRS-MIDI input, so you do not need to use the TRS-5-Pin MIDI adapter cable included with your Jamstik Studio—you can simply use an aux cable (yes, just a standard aux cord you'd find on a pair of Studio headphones or to used to connect a device to a speaker.)

 



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