sorry I’m not clear from your posts, what is working, and what is not…
I get the microkontrol is not, but is the USB DIN working ok, with this new configuration
ok, so important bit is this
client 28: 'microKONTROL' [type=kernel] 0 'microKONTROL MIDI 1' 1 'microKONTROL MIDI 2' 2 'microKONTROL MIDI 3'
this means it has 3 midi ports available , unfortunately Korg in its wisdom, hasn’t labelled them better… so means you’ll just have to try each one
to access place one of the following in MIDI_Config.txt
alsaconfig 28:0 128:0 128:1 28:0; alsaconfig 28:1 128:0 128:1 28:1; alsaconfig 28:2 128:0 128:1 28:2;
remember to still have useAlsa 1.
p.s. if it can be USB bus powered, make sure your powering it from the DC jack, not USB
btw: its a bit odd with this device having 3 ports, what are they used for?
on something like the virus what happens is… 1 is used for the synth engine, the other provides access to the MIDI din ports (so you can use it as a usb midi -> midi din router)
is there nothing in the manual about what these ports are used for?
usb midi din converter
is this working with useAlsa 1?
(should do, I have a similar device which works fine)
client 28: 'USB2.0-MIDI' [type=kernel] 0 'USB2.0-MIDI MIDI 1' 1 'USB2.0-MIDI MIDI 2'
as this is midi DIN and so unidirectional this is best configured as
alsaconfig 28:0 128:0 128:1 28:1;
this means DIN1 (usually marked on plug) is input and DIN2 is output.
if this still does not work, can you configure MIDI-Config.txt, have the device plugged in , and run a patch, THEN run Diagnostics log, this will let me see that MIDI-Config.txt is being used correctly to configure puredata.