my bcd-3000 ableton midi map

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maximum01
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my bcd-3000 ableton midi map

Post by maximum01 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 3:36 pm

hopefully you can see this ok:

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any suggestions as to what to do with the jog wheels?

abletoff
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Post by abletoff » Wed Sep 12, 2007 3:46 pm

post the template! :)
Live 9 Suite, audio trackles (several audio tracks that crackle)
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autogen
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Post by autogen » Thu Sep 13, 2007 12:32 am

Looks good! Can you tell me something though, is the headphone output independent from the main outputs on the back of this thing? i.e. can you assign live's 'cue' to the headphone out without latency? I'm thinking of getting one of these.

How about assigning the jog wheels to clips loop markers?

adieb527
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Re: my bcd-3000 ableton midi map

Post by adieb527 » Sat Jun 04, 2011 12:19 am

Hi,

I was actually doing this today for a friend and we used a jog wheel to scroll through scenes and for effects, this was with suite! Its the little number that comes up near the stop clips button when you activate midi mapping!

It works fine for queing as it has two stereo outputs 1&2 are the main out (from the back) 3&4 are your headphones. you need to activate them in preferences and set the cue output to 3&4 on the master channel section then change the solo box to cue and the 's' box in each channel will turn to a headphone.

Hope this help!

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