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dan
Protransport with other Control Surface
Date: Jan 22, 2010 12:48:24 PM PST
Author: dan

I'm having an issue with Protransport while using a Project
Mix at the same time. It seems that after installing
Protransport I lose the bank left/right controls on my
Projectmix. If I delete the 4 Mackie Devices I added for
Protransport the bank left/right for my Projectmix are
immediately available again. So I can say for sure the
Protransport is interfering with the Projectmix.

Is there any parameter in the setup that I can change to
allow them all to be used at the same time?

FYI the same issue with the Proremote LE I just purchased
 

 

ProRemote
Protransport with other Control Surface
Date: Jan 25, 2010 11:55:31 AM PST
Author: ProRemote

Originally Posted by dan:
I'm having an issue with Protransport while using a Project
Mix at the same time. It seems that after installing
Protransport I lose the bank left/right controls on my
Projectmix. If I delete the 4 Mackie Devices I added for
Protransport the bank left/right for my Projectmix are
immediately available again. So I can say for sure the
Protransport is interfering with the Projectmix.

Is there any parameter in the setup that I can change to
allow them all to be used at the same time?

FYI the same issue with the Proremote LE I just purchased


Sounds like you are using Logic. In Logic you can either group the control surfaces together
(and create a giant surface) or separate the surfaces so they act like mirrors of each other.

What config are you after?
 

 

dan
 
Date: Jan 28, 2010 6:45:34 AM PST
Author: dan

I'm not sure which config I'd prefer. I see Control Surface
Groups in the manual so I'll try it out.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction
Last modified by dan on Jan 28 2010 2:21PM
 

 

newb
 
Date: May 13, 2010 3:36:10 AM PDT
Author: newb

Originally Posted by dan:
I'm not sure which config I'd prefer. I see Control Surface
Groups in the manual so I'll try it out.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction


I love Logic for stuff like this. I was having all the above
mntioned problems with my ProjectMix until I discovered
the secret of grouping control surfaces in Logic. Here's what
the manual says:

To use two control surfaces independently
Choose Logic Pro > Preferences > Control Surfaces > Setup
to open the Control Surfaces Setup window.
In the Setup window, arrange the icons for the control
surfaces in separate rows—that is, one above the other.

Works like a charm for me.
 

 
 
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