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haQ attaQ: AUM Audio Mixer │ MIDI Control EVERYTHING

Jakob Haq shows us how to "MIDI Control EVERYTHING" in AUM!

Video Description:

Here's how you control everything in AUM iPad and iPhone using type any of MIDI controller. I've been asked so many questions about MIDI mapping in AUM including how to hook up transport controls, how to select MIDI devices, can the mixer faders be controlled, how do to map Audio Unit Extensions ( AUv3 ) etc. Well, it's about time I do something about it. Check this!

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Reader Comments 2

I was curious if anyone has ever come up with a logical arrangement of which MIDI CCs to use with which parameters. I know there are a few "defaults" or pre-named ones (volume, pan, etc.)

I have a couple hardware control surfaces, and I have a list of modulation targets that I'd like to control. At some point I'll want to set up a system for my own work that makes sense to me and works (somewhat) across different synths & effects. Does anyone know of an article or rig rundown that describes a "system"?
December 06, 2018  | favorite_border stub
I just watched past the mustache trimming chapter and saw his massive spreadsheets for MIDI parameter mapping templates. If he's putting in 100s of hours to work that stuff out, then it's clear to me that I just need to sit down and work out my own system.

I think I'll start by reading a bit more about the CC, RPN, and NRPN sections of the MIDI spec.
December 07, 2018  | favorite_border stub

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