MIDI

  1. How-to MIDI assign the SL 3 Aux Deck in Scratch Live

    This article walks through how to assign the SL 3's Aux, or third, deck to a MIDI controller. First make sure you have the 3rd or 'Aux' deck enabled. To enable, go to the set up screen, click on the Plugins tab, and check the ‘Enable SL 3 AUX deck plugin.' Now go back to the main screen and change...
  2. How-to Use the Rane Sixty-Two MIDI Layers

    Since the release of v1.17 firmware, the Rane Sixty-Two mixer has been capable of changing MIDI Layers in order to MIDI map controls to multiple functions under different contexts (i.e. MIDI layers). Changing the MIDI Layer is the same thing as changing the MIDI channel. checking and updating firmware To check which firmware you have installed, go to the Scratch...
  3. Using MIDI OX to Troubleshoot MIDI Issues

    MIDI OX is a resource for Windows users who are needing to see if and how their connected MIDI devices are communicating with their computer. This is great tool to use when a MIDI controller is simply not working. Using this tool will help determine whether the issue is the controller not communicating with your computer or the software not...

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