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MIDI controllers

Discussion in 'Recording Gear and Equipment [BG]' started by Kuchar1992, Dec 28, 2013.

  1. Kuchar1992

    Kuchar1992

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    Is it possible to have the pads on the controller so that they have their own dedicated channel/track on your DAW?
  2. nick98338

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    Not sure exactly sure what you are asking. But, in general, yes. You program the pad on the controller to send out on a certain midi channel (1-16) and you program the DAW to listen for that midi channel in that "channel/track on your DAW" that you wrote. The controller side is pretty standard stuff. How you setup the DAW side will probably be the challenge.

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