BeatBuddy by Singlular Sound

Importing a PBF File Into Beat Buddy

Posted by Groove Monkee on

In this post I'm going explain how to import a PBF file into your Beat Buddy manager software. Once imported, you can synchronize the content to your Beat Buddy pedal.

Create a Project

If you haven't already, you MUST create a project inside the Beat Buddy Manager software. You can download the software from the Beat Buddy website.

You will find the instructions on the "Help" menu's "Getting Started" section. 


Finding the PBF

If you have our Beat Buddy Freebie the PBF file is stored in the folder named 'Freebie PBF File'. 

If you made a purchase:

The Beat Buddy folder ends with "BB" and is inside the "Other MIDI Mappings" folder of your download. There are 3 folders inside, one with the PBF file.

Mega Pack Users: The Beat Buddy files are stored in a zip file named 'Mega Pack'. Extract that file and look inside for the folder named 'PBF Files'.

Importing a PBF File

  1. Click on the File Menu > Import > Folder 
  2. Select the PBF file you want to import
  3. Click "open"

      Note: you're not importing a folder but a PBF file. 

BeatBuddy Manager Import

Synchronize project

You can now add the PBF file to your Beat Buddy pedal.

Click the File Menu and then "Synchronize Project"

Synchronize BeatBuddy image

 Important: Remember to connect your SD card or your Beat Buddy first! 

Getting Help

Pease contact us if you need assistance. You will find our contact information on the Support menu.

For assistance with the Beat Buddy manager, please contact Singular Sound. 

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