given it supports the MAC and iOS without a driver, I think its USB midi class compliant, but see below
honestly, I think thats just yamaha trying to reduce ‘support’
ok, so I think its class compliant so it should work.
what I think your issue is, by default many organelle patches will send midi messages.
I think what you are probably getting is some kind of midi feedback loop
here is what I would do, to see if you can ‘cure it’
(this is to control organelle from piano for now…)
on Organelle -> settings -> midi settings
input -> enable/ channel 1
output -> disable
on piano (you need to check the midi reference doc for how to do this)
transmit ch 1
receive ch 15
local control - off
program control - off
control change - off
note: id like to disable receive ch, but this does not seem possible,
this is all not really necessary, as we have disabled on organelle, but ‘belt n’ braces’
test with a simple patch like Basic Poly
(ps. orac midi control is different)
basically the idea is for testing is:
stop organelle transmitting data, and only receive on ch1
stop the piano transmitting everything excepts notes.
hopefully this should work…
if not, its possible to see the incoming midi on the organelle, but its a bit of a faff.
(has anyone written a midi monitor patch yet… could be really handy for these kind of issues?)
if this works, then you can start opening up the options again…
just make sure that you keep input and output on separate midi channels, as it can be easy to create midi feedback loops.