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How to assign a MIDI controler pads for selecting instruments


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#1 Fabrice

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Posted 17 October 2018 - 00:05

Hi!

 

I have still a simple question (I think)...

 

I want to use Renoise for playing live and I don't find how to assign my controler pads for simply selecting instruments.

 

For exemple :

PAD 1 => instrument 01

PAD 2 => instrument 02

...

 

Anyone know how to do this? I don't see the Renoise MIDI map proposing this option, or maybe I've missed it?

 

I use the Akai LPD8 and it work fine.

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Thanks !


Edited by Fabrice, 17 October 2018 - 00:06.


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Posted 17 October 2018 - 02:15

This seems to be a common question.

 

This previous discussion might help:  http://forum.renoise...-midi-keyboard/



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Posted 17 October 2018 - 11:45

Ok thank!  ^_^  Seems that an external numpad is more simple for doing that that using the MIDI controller. :huh:


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Posted 18 October 2018 - 00:33

Alternativ:
Map your Akai Controller from C up to G

 

Renoise:
Instrument 01 - C 1 to G 1 with 8 (one Shot / Drum) Samples
Instrument 02 - C 2 to G 2
And so on

 

Use / and X (Octave up / Down) on your Keypad as Akai LPD8 "Bank Loader"

 

good:  Velocity,  ergonomic Controller Knobs
bad: no "real" Tonality possible, no GM (Drums) Standart


Edited by random, 18 October 2018 - 00:51.