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Old 11-24-2009, 02:24 PM
PTL81 PTL81 is offline
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Default Kaoss Pad 3 and PT

Hi,

I am wondering how I connect Kork Kaoss Pad 3 to my Pro Tools. I want use it for sound effects/music as real time. I would like to make vocoder etc thing at the same time as I see movie.

Is this even possible? If it is how I connect kaoss pad and 002 together? How I have to make tracks in and out?
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Old 12-06-2009, 12:48 PM
Kiwichild Kiwichild is offline
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Default Re: Kaoss Pad 3 and PT

I am in the same boat here

I have an Mbox 2 which I use as an interface to record my instruments onto Pro Tools.

I want to buy a kaoss pad 3 as a midi interface, is this what it is?

Also wondering if the kaoss pad is a good vocal looper for live stage mixing!

Can anyone help us here?
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