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I can’t get my control surfaces to delete. Right clicking ‘delete’ does not work. I tried searching for on my system. To use one or more control surfaces with Logic Pro, you need: A Mac running Logic Pro. For devices equipped only with MIDI ports: A MIDI interface with a free.
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Open up Logic’s control surface set up (from the Preferences menu item), delete the other control surface(s), and then reconnect lpTouch to Logic, this time. Re: Logic X – Arrg! Can’t delete control surfaces! The various delete options (or simply select one, and hit Backspace) works for me just fine. Re: Logic X – Arrg! Can’t delete control surfaces! The various delete options (or simply select one, and hit Backspace) works for me just fine.
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It does for me, here. Also check the manual for the Yamaha, to see whether it will work as an emulated control surface Mackie Control, HUI or similar, maybe..?
I could previously use my S90ES as a control surface in Logic 9, the keyboard has a function called Remote specifically for that purpose and the sliders could be used to edit selected tracks as well as making other adjustments on those tracks. PS I can assign a keyboard button to Mute a selected track. Not sure how to assign other functions as there’s no option for other functions.
Ok, well nothing much has changed about this in LPX, so whatever you could do in LP9, you can still do. In the control surface setup window, click on a control surface icon you want to delete – it should now be selected. Pressing backspace now prompts to delete it. There are lots of other settings which I’ve had a go at. I’ve changed the name of the Device to Yamaha S90ES so it’s a start, doesn’t work yet as it’s still not seen anywhere else in LPX and not sure how to do that.
Quit Logic and delete the control surfaces preference file “com. This will get rid of anything you currently have in your CS Setup window. You may have your user Library folder hidden it is by default in recent versions of OSX. You can unhide it by going to your home folder in the Finder, opening the View Options window Command-J , and checking the box for the Library folder. This won’t work, a Kontrol49 is a very different device to a Logic Control. I’ve never seen this.
You can clear out your controllers by deleting the prefs as Jordi describes above. Otherwise – what happens? You click on a control surface icon, and it should now be selected icon displayed in a blue rectangle. Do you get an error message? Nothing happens at all? Also had to delete my logic x prefs as my sustain pedal stopped working. I tried “reset all but key commands” but that didn’t fix it. When I tried to delete the other control surfaces nothing happened, I could not delete any of them.
Normally I would blame permissions in the cs prefs but there’s no permissions anymore, not after Mavericks so not sure about that. The reason I used Kontrol49 is because it’s the only one that looked like a keyboard. I got some functionality out of it by mapping Smart Controls to it but nothing like the remote function I used to get with Logic 9.
I’ve now created the Mackie MCU Logic Control as you suggested and had some bizarre behaviour before realising I’d put it on the same port as the keys. I’ve now changed the CS to Port 2 and set up the keyboard as Remote Port 2 and it’s working as a control surface. That may remain a mystery and will probably fix itself with a future update.
Could you post a screen capture of your Control Surface setup window featuring that pesky control surface? Not checked if they have an update as it’s becoming an old keyboard now. Not sure what you call your “keyboard screen”. If you mean the Musical Typing window? Then don’t worry about it at all, it just means you’ve selected an audio tracks and therefore you can’t really “play” the track with a MIDI keyboard.
Or do you mean the actual LCD screen on your physical keyboard? Create a new empty project, 1 software instrument track, choose a piano patch, play your keyboard: can you hear the piano? You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Restore formatting. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead.
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Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted September 4, I would appreciate any help, Thanks. Assign the first controller in the series to the first parameter. For example, assign fader 1 to control volume for channel strip 1. Assign the last controller in the series to the last parameter.
For example, assign fader 16 to control volume for channel strip The number of controllers between the first and last in the series must match the number of parameters between the first and last parameter. In the example, the distance between 1 and 16 would equal To automatically fill the controllers between the first and last with the corresponding assignments, click OK.
Note: You can only use shortcuts for knobs that send a single channel message, where the first data byte is the controller number and the second data byte is the value. Alternatively, the controller number can be encoded in the MIDI channel, with a fixed first data byte. Consult the documentation that came with your device for information on its data structure. Assign a controller in Easy view In the Logic Pro Mixer, or in any plug-in window, select a parameter.
Click the Learn Mode button to complete the Learn process. Assign a series of controllers to a series of parameters Logic Pro includes a shortcut that makes it easy to assign a series of controllers to a series of similar parameters.
In the Logic Pro Mixer, or in any plug-in window, select a parameter.