Controllers for H9000

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    • #116134
      joeydego
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      I see some algos have start/stop options and things like that. What are some controllers you guys are using for these functions? How are they routed in the H9000?

    • #156006
      drxcm
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      Faderfox EC4.  Class compliant, USB bus powered directly plugged into the H9000

      Plug and play – select midi learn on any of the paramaters in an algo and the EC4 controls it.

      Couldn’t be simpler and works like a dream!

    • #156032
      joeydego
      Participant

      Can I use my pre existing Akai MPD226? It’s currently usb into the computer. I never use the 4 knobs or 4 faders on it for anything. Can it serve double duty somehow??

    • #156007
      2mmi
      Participant
      drxcm wrote:

      Faderfox EC4.  Class compliant, USB bus powered directly plugged into the H9000

      Plug and play – select midi learn on any of the paramaters in an algo and the EC4 controls it.

      Couldn’t be simpler and works like a dream!

      Is there some kind of auto mapping ?

      Or do you need to reassign when you switch algo ? (and can this be saved inside the algo ?)

       

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    • #156017
      John Baylies
      Moderator
      There's no auto-mapping like Ableton's MIDI controller scrips. The Learn button just lets you press a button or move a fader or knob on a MIDI controller and have it be mapped to an Algorithm or FX Chain parameter. You have to reassign mappings when you switch algos. Mappings can not be saved within a preset, but they can be saved within an FX Chain or Session.

    • #156040
      jbamberg
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      Eventide Staff
      joeydego wrote:
      Can I use my pre existing Akai MPD226? It’s currently usb into the computer. I never use the 4 knobs or 4 faders on it for anything. Can it serve double duty somehow??

      You can plug the controller directly into the H9000 of course (via any of the USB A ports on the front or rear), but assuming you want to keep it connected to the computer, you would need a way to route the incoming MIDI from the controller to go out through the H9000 USB connection (the rear panel USB B connector that also carries USB audio).  We can certainly look into it.

       

    • #156045
      John Baylies
      Moderator
      joeydego wrote:
      Can I use my pre existing Akai MPD226? It’s currently usb into the computer. I never use the 4 knobs or 4 faders on it for anything. Can it serve double duty somehow??

      if you use emote as a plug-in your DAW should allow you to map your controller to Functions in the plug-in.

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