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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing Key problem
« Last post by elastic on Today at 12:15:29 am »
Thanks for the reply Terry, i still don't understand how I change key then?

Somebody suggested that to change key you have to do it from the midi control centre.
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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing Key problem
« Last post by terrym on Today at 12:13:24 am »
Sorry didn't check but the scales only change in the encoders and do not move the notes to that scale . so in chromatic you have 12 notes. and in most of the others they have 8 . the notes for that scale this to help you pick the notes when you are creating patterns.

and the other mode tis to transpose the key of the seq.



Terrym
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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing Key problem
« Last post by elastic on Today at 12:11:03 am »
Its more accurate to say it transposes the sequence.

Yes, very true, that's what it does, so how do I change key?
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BeatStep Pro - Technical Questions - FAQ / Re: Changing Key problem
« Last post by elastic on July 31, 2015, 11:30:31 pm »
Yes, the scale was set to Major.
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KeyLab Technical Issues / help | cant update firmware or load mapping
« Last post by shachar138 on July 31, 2015, 11:11:57 pm »
well i wanted to get my arturia working with my ableton live 9 with the mapping provided on the website ,
when i opened midi control center it said the device was not connected or sometimes "opened in another  program"
the KL 49 is recognized  in device manager so i tried to play around with it and nothing enen did a rest (pressing - + while powering up ) .

this situation right now is that it works with" analog lab" , :"prophet V"  and abelton as a standard midi controller cant change the mapping or memory  to make all the function work .

firmware is also at 1.25 and wont let me upgrade to 1.33 for the same reasons.

one last thing is sometimes it let me (or at least it seems so ) store the mapping into the memory but even though i pressed edit and value to select and press and had ableton set with the control surface and everything ,it didn't work for me .

i am posting this after searching the web for answer for a long time i love the feel of the product but this aspect of the software is really irritating and i would i appreciate some help on the matter .
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Hi Skeyelab,
i used MIDIOx to monitor traffic between Live and my other MIDI gear. It seems that Live won't let through MIDI clock in either case. I think when ext sync is on (in Live) it will derive its own MIDI clock from the incoming signal and send it out to the configured ports.

Maybe I'm not understanding the problem.  but I had this happen too, until I went into the preferences of ableton and turned off "sync" on the BPS input ports.

I'm heading home soon and can test
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Hi Skeyelab,
i used MIDIOx to monitor traffic between Live and my other MIDI gear. It seems that Live won't let through MIDI clock in either case. I think when ext sync is on (in Live) it will derive its own MIDI clock from the incoming signal and send it out to the configured ports.
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Yea big thumbs for using the drum sequencer for other things apart from drums!

If you have a euro-rack modular you can use it to trigger sequencer steps, fire off events, synchronise LFO's and of course trigger envelopes, plus whatever other crazy ideas you have in your head :)

I do have a Vermona with triggers, but that is only one simple use for the BSP trigger outs. (as well as many other drum machines).

It's worth mentioning that all 3 sequencers can step outside of their original design functionality to do lots of other stuff with a modular system, depending on the modules you have.

 :-*
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 :D

OK - Terrym and Valentin. Thanks for your patience and help whilst I sorted this out. I have had another chance to play today. Despite being pro, experienced, etc etc. I am guilty as charged of being a complete noob with the BSP. LOL.

Today I decided not to use MTC and instead use MC. All is good, in fact very good - it has not dropped a beat all day.

In defence, I guess I come from the old school that used to use MTC as a 'default' so that the receiving MIDI device would follow time, rather than clocks. Aye - things have moved along and of course midi clock now follows song position with bars beats and ticks. So, dusting the cobwebs off my grey matter, setting Cubase to clock rather than time code now works fine as expected. Terry - I bet that is what you had done too?

Perhaps a note in the manual is worth it?

I suppose a lot of fresh engineers, producers and composers would go straight to clock rather than time code; but us old gits might make the mistake of choosing time code, thinking it is the only one to tightly follow the song position. The best thing about this game is you never stop learning.  :-*

Best, Steve
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