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cremley
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MIDI Controller - Real Time Playback Control

Postby cremley » Thu Oct 20, 2016 7:21 pm

OK. Flame me if you must. I just can't find the right thread. Yes, I am stoopid.

I just got an Akai MPK249. It has all the faders and knobs that transmit lots of CC info. I was wondering if I can assign the faders on the MIDI controller to the virtual faders on the display in Mixcraft.

I found out how to automate it and can adjust the volume/effect with the fader when overdubbing/recording.

Is there a way to have a CC operate the fader on the screen in real-time without recording? I want to use the faders on the MIDI controller to adjust the faders on the screen during playback. And since I went there...is there a way to assign Mute or Solo to use during playback?


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Re: MIDI Controller - Real Time Playback Control

Postby Rolling Estonian » Fri Oct 21, 2016 8:29 am

Click on the midi button in MC, then select midi learn, the parameters that you can assigned turn blue, you choose one, slide a slider (or turn knob) on your controller. When done click stop learning and you're done.

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Re: MIDI Controller - Real Time Playback Control

Postby cremley » Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:20 pm

Wow.... I'm an idiot. I didn't have a setting correct on the MIDI controller to send that CC. It works exactly like you say.


Thank you !!!!



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Re: MIDI Controller - Real Time Playback Control

Postby Rolling Estonian » Mon Oct 24, 2016 7:16 pm

Glad you got it. Love/hate when you pull your hair out and then realize that it's something as simple as turning the power on! :mrgreen:

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