Brain V2 Configure is a free tool that allows you to control the Brain device.
The three tables represent the pin headers for the three types of controls on the Brain: buttons, LEDs, and analog. These are presented in the same order as you see the pin headers on the the Brain bus board.
Rows in the tables represent the total possible connections for each type of control: 128 buttons, 192 LEDs, and 64 analogs.
Columns in the table provide settings for each control that determine its MIDI output or input control, its behavior, and, finally, its ability to control LEDs without MIDI input (local control).
Detailed instructions on how to install and use the Brain V2 Configure utility on your Mac are available HERE.
Brain V2 Configure is cross-platform and it works on Mac OS X and Windows. Binaries for the Windows platform are available on the project's homepage.
Here are some key features of "Brain V2 Configure":
· LED groups (arrays, meters, rgb)
· Setting up local control of LEDs with buttons, encoders, and analogs (i.e., no midi message needed to illuminate messages).
· Setting up button toggle modes
· Reversing values of encoders and analogs (127-0 instead of 0-127).
· Configuring buttons or encoders to send CC messages instead of Note messages.
· Disabling analog pins
· Changing the output channel for all controls, or for individual types of controls.