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Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

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banders1a

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Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

PostFri Feb 15, 2019 4:03 am

Might anyone know how to 'map' midi recording functions, e.g. 'Play', 'Record', 'Stop', etc. to pistons/toe studs? Hauptwerk has made it easy to 'map' ordinary kinds of functions (e.g. combination action-type functions) to pistons/toe studs...but I'm not seeing a way to map the Midi-type functions similarly.

Any guidance/input would be most appreciated!

Thanks much community,

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Re: Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

PostFri Feb 15, 2019 5:41 am

Here's one way you can do this:
Open the large control panel for the audio/midi recorder.
For each control you wish to assign to a piston, right click the control (in the large control panel) and use auto detect "in the usual way".
Iain
(This might be better in the Technical Support section of the forum....)
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Re: Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

PostFri Feb 15, 2019 9:07 am

These can also be auto detected from the mini control panels, in this case that for "recorder/player transport"
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Re: Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

PostSat Feb 16, 2019 2:57 am

Thanks much Iain and Richard. Suggestions implemented successfully! I too will get any future questions of this sort posted in the 'Technical' section...my apologies and thanks for that suggestion!

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Re: Mapping MIDI recording functionality to key slip pistons

PostSat Feb 16, 2019 10:43 am

You are most welcome.

You can assign all (almost all?) of the controls on the large on mini control panels to midi "switches" in the same way.

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