[Ardour-Dev] Mackie mcu pro compatibility.
glarblblarbl at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 16:12:54 PST 2009
Yup, thought it wouldn't work in any other mode? And you're right, it
does mostly work (save for the bug I reported the other day
#0002520 ;).. Also, the zoom and scroll functionality doesn't seem to
work (and I realized after I sent that email that I forgot to dump
those buttons, oh well I guess it's moot for the time being). Mostly
I'd like to be able to use the automation buttons on the control
surface, and maybe the 'save' button :)
I'll try and catch you on IRC later on.
On Jan 22, 2009, at 3:42 PM, Thomas Vecchione wrote:
> First question, do you have the Mackie in the 'Logic' mode?
> My other questions have to wait until that one is answered;) If you
> catch me on IRC I will be more than happy to talk about it. The
> main thing with buttons not being mapped is more of a lack of a good
> and usable way of doing it than anything else. But the majority of
> the mix fucntionality should all be there as well as transport
> contorl, zoom, etc.
> And no we really don't need a dump at this point so much but thank
> you. I will of course be keeping it in mind in the future.
> PS John Anderson are you still around at all? If so can you email
> me off list before I work to much on things like this?
> On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 6:17 PM, Glarbl_Blarbl
> <glarblblarbl at gmail.com> wrote:
> First of all, thanks to all of you for such a fine piece of software
> which is constantly improving!
> I just got this mcu pro a couple of weeks ago, and I've been using
> it with Ardour 2.7.1 with some success. However, many of the
> buttons on the control surface don't do anything and two of them are
> mapped incorrectly. I asked in the IRC channel what I could do
> short of writing code (don't know how) to help extend the mcu's
> compatibility and gellyfish was kind enough to suggest MIDI dump
> software. So I used amidi to dump all of the buttons which aren't
> doing anything yet (and the two that are mismapped: click and solo
> which currently do RTZ and FF to end respectively ;) and pasted them
> into the attached spreadsheet.
> Hope this helps, and I'm happy to do more to help get this hardware
> to work! I'm pretty comfortable with the command line, so you'll
> only have to hold my hand a little.
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