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Old 11-15-2009, 10:56 PM
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Default Midi mapping in PT8

I was curious as to the functions of midi mapping in PT8. I know its possible to use a midi controller such as a keyboard to control your play/stop/record functions, aswell as effect plugin paramaters.
But i was curious it is is possible to control something as memory locations or cue points from a midi controller?
Something like hitting a key/ or pad on a controller to start from a specific que point in a session.

The application is to be used for a live stage use. Having the drummer listening to a click through one output and having the samples playing through another.

Any idea as to how this would be possible?
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