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Author Topic: KEYLAB SUSTAIN PEDAL POLARITY FIX  (Read 8864 times)

lincolnlogs7

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KEYLAB SUSTAIN PEDAL POLARITY FIX
« on: February 05, 2016, 02:43:40 am »
I couldn't find any real fixes on any forums, but after some troubleshooting I figured out a really great way to fix the reversed polarity problem within the controller.

1. Plug in your sustain pedal and give it a tap so that it shows up on the display screen
2. Press the "Edit" button below the screen. It should turn blue.
3. To the right of the edit button are 10 more buttons, press the one labelled "Min LSB"
4. On the display you should see that the minimum value is 0 and the maximum value is 127. Using the "Value" Knob change the Min value to 127 and PRESS INWARD ON THE VALUE KNOB TO SAVE THIS. The knob will click very apparently.
5.Click the "Max MSB" button and repeat step 4 to change it from 127 to 0.

Now the pedal should work appropriately. Arturia should really fix this, glad I found a workaround though that doesn't affect anything else. Hope this helps you guys.



Steve_Karl

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Re: KEYLAB SUSTAIN PEDAL POLARITY FIX
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2016, 11:27:49 am »
Good work and thank you.

s16016wb

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Re: KEYLAB SUSTAIN PEDAL POLARITY FIX
« Reply #2 on: April 05, 2016, 09:55:52 pm »
I tried this fix and it worked.  However, my Keylab does not remember this change if I power it down.  Is this normal or I am doing something wrong?

LUZERNMIKEE

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Re: KEYLAB SUSTAIN PEDAL POLARITY FIX
« Reply #3 on: April 09, 2020, 07:14:14 pm »
This was driving me crazy but i finally fixed.. follow the post previously (above) .. edit Min LSB max LSB etc..
Check polarity works ok
Use Edit.. Save and (IMPORTANTLY) save as patch 0 (zero).
I think this is default on power up...

Hope this helps. It was driving me crazy !!!!

Mike

 

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