The inconsistency with which I'm able to power up and pair my GuitarWing with my MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6 has worsened since I recently performed the required operating system updates.
Now it doesn't seem to matter if I plug in the USB receiver first, then turn on the Wing, then start the app (usually VirtualDJ 8), try to connect the Wing with the Firmware Update 105, or experiment with a number of other sequences - there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason for when and why the equipment finally pairs. I've also tried waiting different amounts of time between the steps. If I allow 30 minutes of continuously repeating and experimenting with steps, I eventually succeed.
OK. I'll start with where I am at now...
You like pictures, eh? OK. Here is what I am still working on- Livid Instruments wise. I have plenty of other balls in the air as well, Livid and otherwise.
Actually, this little table is about half of the Livid projects I have going. You can see my CNTRL:R is apart. I have to replace one fader, the far right one. Desoldering has proven to NOT be my strong suit. AT ALL. I really hope if the encoder remove/ replace didn\'t damage the other side of the board. It is certainily not up to my soldering standards, as it was rough getting the old connection points to become "holes" again. Some look a little "burnt."
In Brain Configure,
- Remap the desired LED to the same mapping as your button. (If your button is mapped to note 4, then your led should be mapped to note 4), then you enable Local Control for Buttons in the same program.
> Moon said: > Hi Spaker
So to recap i had brought my guitar wing to computer shop no help ,just another
bill to pay.So far the techs where i bought ableton intro to live took control of my computer remotely no help either.I called ableton no answer there.I would like to
map in ableton to control the pitch slider with the large cc#3 slider on the guitar wing in the guitar rig /ableton live settings.I could not map the guitar wing in ableton live to adjust the pitch slider of the guitar wing to slide when pressed on the wing it should be mapped so that the computer slider in the pitch pedal on the computer screen moves when i move the slider on the guitar wing.I have ableton live intro win 7 laptop and presonus audio box computer interface.Today is 9-21-2016 wednsday 8:13 pm .I also see that i have ver 9.62 in ableton live and the 9.61 scripts as the tech that tried to use the 9.62 scripts for the wing said he was getting an error.Have you done something new with your software i am not aware of now that the guitar wing has changed how it works with the new ableton live.I already tried and updated the guitar wing to the new firmware and scripts STILL NOT WORKING .Do I have to plan a trip to texas to get one of your personell to get my guitar wing working or can you assist because at this point i have used my savings completely any way so even you would not be able to get the guitar wing working ,and you built it?So you see stand in my shoes the hours i spent and the money i spent on the guitar wing and try to get it working for me ....regards ....----scottsober
Hi I connected to the editor on line and was looking at the values set by the default reset.When I go to button ID66 and press it ,it gives out the following midi note numbers in the midi viewer
I figured it out it required mapping and as you map the lights work on the Alias 8 , I had to assign them
wondering if anyone could help with a quick question regarding the Base// - i'm using the latest version of ableton live 9 and the latest remote script for the Base//..
When using the remote scripts 'user modes' 1-4 - ableton receives note messages from the 32 pads on midi channels 11-14 respectively ..
I was wondering if there was a way of changing this behaviour so that the pads sent out cc messages? I only want this behaviour on the user modes..
okay, i've now two global coll objects comprised of the two definitive references lists, thanks.
If its not working on continuous mode, then the polarity is different. This article explains it really well:
Our controller expect this configuration:
CW —— Sleeve
Wiper — Ring
CCW —– Tip
You can split open your cable and switch the ring and tip wires!
I'm a little confused regarding your mention of not being able to implement device left and device right functionality, as it can be done on the Base
You don't understood.
when you change track, the code received midi CC from Cubase (each times you change tracks), so each Bank received the signal. you can assign midi channel 1 to bank 1 and midi channel 2 to bank 2, so with a same button you can send: midi CC1 ch1 and midi CC1 ch2 if you use the Bank Button. are we agree ?
so more easy:
I reset the code, I change the first button (top left ID0, who is "note 1") to TOGGLE, I do the same on bank 2
I add the bank button, turn ON "Led Local Control Toggle" and save to device.
I use this setting in cubase:
I go to the first track and turn MUTE ON by pressing the buton ID0 from the Bank 1
I selected the second track: the button turn off (Mute was Off on track 2, it's normal)
I return to the first track, the button turn on (Mute was On on track 1, it's normal)
but when I press the buton ID0 from the Bank 1 again, nothing append, I press a second time, it turn off and unmute the first track.
Ok, now turn ON the "EQ On1" with the bank 2 (or via cubase, it's the same), return to bank 1.
Retry the same but with MUTE OFF, you will have the same result.
the button state from the Bank 2 is assigned to the Bank 1 each time you change the track. because they have the same midi address (even if banks have midi channel 1 for bank 1 and 2 for bank 2)
(it's only for the button state, every others things are ok)
The solution was right in front of me ! Thank you so much !!