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Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by Admin on Fri Jun 05, 2009 7:27 am

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by nezzyidy on Mon Jun 08, 2009 10:07 pm

Nice!

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by drexaurus on Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:48 am

thanks!!! bounce bounce

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Help the noob

Post by djalankin on Wed Dec 29, 2010 10:26 pm

Hi, sry for ignorance, but I just didnt get it that kind of midi map. Is there a video that explains something like this ??

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by S4racen on Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:26 am

What kind of midi map are you looking for??

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dont unsterstand the use of shift

Post by djalankin on Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:52 pm

Thx for reply. I ve being learn ableton bymyself and videos on youtube for two years and that is the first time that a post in a forum, maybe first time that i asked someone : )

SOmetimes I am afraid to mess trying to map It and dont know how to default It back.
About the above link, I dont understand the whole Idea, even the use of shift keys and choose numbers make more dificult to me.
I did read that a lot of my times and translate too but I am from Brazil and my english is shameless...
Thats why I asked for some video with a similar idea of what we got here.
I only Know how to map through the blue screen by the regular way.


So, also wanna know if I can map A sends for some parameters and, switch to B and map anothers, to C.... ???

And my led light on one of the send button Its gone, what do I have to do, how to fix It ?

By the way, Its a pleasure talk to you s4racen, I am fan of your videos.

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by S4racen on Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:35 pm

Hi Mate,

Don't worry about getting back to the defaults, you simply delete your midi mappings, when your in midi map mode (CMD + M) then open the browser and you'll see all of the midi mappings that you've made.... Remember to save the set with your mappings once you've made them... This may be the reason you've lost a light??

And yeah you can map a different set of options to PAN Send A,B,C just exit midi map mode when you change the bank before mapping the knobs again....

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by djalankin on Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:48 pm


Hey, appreciate your help !

Even on the stand by mode the led light dont light, I guess its the send D button, but It still works, just dont light.

So, there is no video that ilustrate the tip of this topic ?? Sad

Thanks again for wasting your time with a noob question when you could be working and doing more cool stuffs for all of us. Sorry...I feel shamefull again

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Re: Akai Pro Tips and Tricks

Post by S4racen on Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:57 pm

If it's not lit when the snake of the attract mode is running then the led is probably blown...

And looking at the original tip, theres not a video that i can see, it does seem fairly straightforwards if you follow it step by step....

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