Connect to Windows 10

  1. Turn NMSVE on via the switch on the backside of the device.
  2. The green LED will illuminate prompting you to select a channel by pressing the corresponding button (button1 = channel 1, button 2 = channel 2, etc...).
  3. NMSVE should now be flashing its blue connect LED - meaning that it is searching for a device to connect to (once connected the LED will go solid).
  4. On your Windows device follow the steps to download loopMIDI and MIDIberry.
  5. After the downloads are complete, open loopMIDI and add a port via the plus sign in the bottom left corner. After this is complete you can close loop MIDI and it will keep running in the background.
  6. From your Windows settings go to "Bluetooth & other devices", select "Add Bluetooth or other device" and connect to NMSVE from the dropdown menu.
  7. Open MIDIberry and select NMSVE as the input and loopMIDI as the output. Leave MIDIberry open.
  8. Open the app you'd like to use NMSVE with and connect to the loopMIDI port within the apps MIDI settings - NMSVE should now function as a regular MIDI device.