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 Post subject: Anyone using a Roland D2 to control live?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2003 12:11 pm 

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Tip and tricks anyone? I can imagine the potential here, but I am having difficulty getting live to recognise much useful midi from my D2. I'm using it with a Roland UM-1 usb-midi interface in os X.

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 Post subject: : Anyone using a Roland D2 to control
PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2003 10:13 pm 

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WiseMonkey the D2 can send any midi note and control messages.this allows you to automate any parameter in Live, fader, pan ,VST effects and any two at a time because of the X / Y control surface . The D2 can also do its own tricks like vinyl effects and in pad mode you can fire off clips in Live


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2003 8:25 am 

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Hey MasterFader,

That's great news. I figured it was going to be a useful box. I'm having trouble assigning the live parameters to the d2 - I've tried a bunch of different settings on the d2, but live only seems to get some note-on midi messages - do you know how to set the d2 up to transmit to live?

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 Post subject: : Anyone using a Roland D2 to control live?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2003 3:39 pm 

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Wisemonkey to assign a CC event on the D2 you have to hold down assign 2 and turn the jog wheel till you see E=T. Now it is set to send the default CC events X=CC 10 Y=CC 7. I don't have the unit with me so to assign different CC# you'll have to look in the manual under assign 2 external control.


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