To route audio and/or MIDI data between the Pacamara and your computer, connect the Pacamara USB-C port (left) to a USB port on your computer using one of the following types of cables (depending on the type of USB port available on your computer):
- USB-C to USB 2.0 type-A, or
- USB-C to USB 3.0 type-A, or
- USB-C to USB-C
Using the DSP Status window in Kyma, select Host USB as the source and destination of audio and/or MIDI data to route audio and MIDI data.
From the point of view of applications running on the computer, the Pacamara appears as an audio and MIDI device. For more details on how to configure the Host USB interface see: Routing Audio and MIDI on your Computer.
Power up order
To use Host USB, power up in the following order:
- Launch Kyma after the ring light on the Pacamara has turned dark blue
If you start the Pacamara before the computer, the Pacamara will act as a host and will not show up as an audio interface on your computer. You can fix this situation by unplugging the USB-C cable, waiting a few seconds and plugging it back in again.