FlyingLobster wrote:I am very interested also in knowing how to easily setup two controller at the same time to control Modul8.
I know in some other posts people say you nneed to use MidiPipe... but anybody willing to give a short tutorial on how to set it up ?
I believe M8 has no multi controller native capabilities, right ?
FlyingLobster wrote:I know in some other posts people say you nneed to use MidiPipe... but anybody willing to give a short tutorial on how to set it up ?
vanakaru wrote:iPad with TouchOSC. You build your own layout and use OSCulator to get Midi to map in M8.
I have been using iPod Touch. 3 of these to have maps for different groups. Plus Korg NANOs for real knobs and sliders.
Seems I am reddy to sell my UC33.
Just saw it posted http://www.garagecube.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4861
if you got cash to buy Mono.
Hey!Cliché! wrote:The best controller for Modul8 varies wildly based on how you want to play, whats comfortable, whats affordable, and what sort of enviroment you are in.
Personally I use a Akai MPD 24 for now, and use the pads to "play" effects, and map the faders and knobs to various other controls. I've had multiple set-ups over the years (including a BCR-2000 coupled with a M-Audio Axiom 25 key keyboard) and this is the one that I've stuck with the longest, going on about two years now. Soon I'll be switching to an iPad for my main UI controls (running touchosc) and the new Vestax Pad One for playing effects.
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