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Has there been any discussion as to whether it will be possible to port this forum over to the Yahoo one? There is a lot of good information here and I’m concerned that it may disappear in a year or so. That would be a shame.
I verified that they are indeed on ‘9’.
I’ve had a couple of long email exchanges with the developer for the MIDIJack II. Odd stuff. I think that it is specific to the MIDI Jack at this point and I’ll have to dig around there.
Thanks for the clarification as it was getting confusing. I do appreciate it. My question concerned only MMC; nothing else though.
I’ve tried to get MMC to work with 2 DAWs and 2 different MIDI interfaces. Neither interface shows an LED blinking as to indicate a message being sent when Play or Stop are pushed. Both DAWs can act as Masters and the Octo will Slave to them via Beat Clock without issues in either configuration.
I’ve got MIDI I/O Port 2 going to a DACs MIDI Patchbay and then to my gear. MIDI I/O Port 1 goes to the DAW only.
O.K. guys; which is it? 2 conflicting answers here & my DAWs don’t respond to the Octopus’s Play button.
Tap Tempo is a no-brainer inclusion for the center of this tactile workstation. It should really be done.
Thanks guys; especially ‘Ripe’ for the mention that MMC Play and Stop are not transmitted.
I had typed up a rather lengthy post in this thread & it isn’t here this morning. Damn…
I think that proper MMC commands should be added to the Octopus since it is designed to be the command center of a compositional studio. If it could simply issue MMC Play & Stop when desired, it would be great. I’ve no problem with it slaving to Beat Clock, but it would be nice if it could issue the commands to get the whole show rolling (or stopping).
Thanks for that. I’m having no luck in getting ProTools to respond. I’ll try some of my other DAWs and then continue tunneling through ProTools’ manual.
Yes, I’ve the same problem here.
I can have this occur on several tracks within the same page as well. Often, the same tracks will not ‘fire’ on the first step again & again and then will sometimes ‘fire’. I’ve played with Length and other parameters. Sometimes it helps, sometimes not.