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Author Topic: MIDI Control Setup - Assigning by Hand and more than one Control to a Parameter  (Read 200 times)

parodise

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I'm not sure if this Topic already exists. Is it possible to assign MIDI Parameters by Hand instead of using any external Controller? If not, why? I would like to assign some Parameters to all MIDI Channels, it annoys me that this seemingly does not work. How might this be possible? How can I assign more than one MIDI-Controller to a specific Parameter?

LBH

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As i have replied here: https://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=101182.msg167633#new

Assigning which parameters if not from a controller? And what do you mean by "assign to all Midi channels"?
You can just use your mouse and computer keyboard to use an application.

And as i have replied here: https://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=101184.msg167634#new
A parameter that have a Midi CC can be controlled by any controller that use that Midi CC.
It's also possible to create different midi configs  for things like this. You can read about that in the manuals, and if you after that have  specific questions about this then please return.


Please don't create multiple threads about the same.


parodise

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I do not know where to put my Requests if I do not even find a 'V Collection 7'-Column (maybe Arturia forgot that long Time Users had to update their Collection for a bitter Amound of Money nearly one Year ago on Number 7), so I posted it in two Places here.

LBH

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Please don't post anymore replys in this thread.
Please write any futher responses to this thread here: https://forum.arturia.com/index.php?topic=101184.msg167811#new
I have posted my reply there.

 

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