Midimo App Settings
Midimo requires an iOS device running iOS 14.3 or newer
Pairing Midimo with Bluetooth requires either an iOS device running iOS 14.3, or a Mac computer running Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) or newer
Main View Controls
Midimo has some controls to make mapping your software, and modifying your performance easy! – Use these to ensure the correct parameters are sending values when mapping your software.
Pan Reset: hold phone flat to reset pan center point
Toggle Switch: Toggle whether a specific axis sends MIDI data
Solo Button: Temporarily disable the MIDI output from other axes. This is useful when mapping software to ensure only the correct axis gets assigned to a parameter
Sensitivity: Control how responsive an axis is to movement. Higher sensitivity will result in less motion required to move a mapped parameter
Change MIDI Parameter Value
You can change what MIDI Channel and CC number each axis sends values on. This may be useful, for example if you have many different MIDI devices controlling the same computer.
Tap the cog icon in the top right corner to open the options
Tap MIDI to open the MIDI settings
Here each axis has a channel and CC setting. Drag to change these as needed.
(OPTIONAL) Tap “Reset to Default” to reset all channel and CC settings to their default parameters
* Note: Some software and hardware have default CC mappings, for example CC#7 often controls volume and CC#1 controls the mod wheel. This can also apply in software such as Garageband where generic mappings are not possible.
Mute All Button
If you need to quickly mute all MIDI output, Midimo has a “Mute All” function to achieve this. Simply swipe down on the main control section, this will reveal the “Mute All” button. Pressing this button will immediately stop all MIDI output from Midimo. To re-enable MIDI output, simply tap the “Mute All” button again. You can hide the “Mute All” button, and reveal the main control section by swiping up from the bottom of the screen.
Paring with Hardware
Pair Midimo with your hardware device using WIDI Master