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0008885ardourbugspublic2022-03-24 22:47
Reportermtemmerm Assigned To 
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Summary0008885: AKAI MPK249 midi map not working as expected (new maps included)
DescriptionThere are some issues with the current midi map (e.g. switches need to be pressed twice to toggle solo on/off). I made new ones, one that uses the switches to toggle solo on/off, one that toggles mute on/off (my preference).
Steps To ReproduceWhen using the current AKAI MPK249 midi map, press a switch twice to toggle solo on/off, this is not as it should be.
Additional InformationChanged clt to ctl-toggle in the midi map, and also set the Master fader to the Modwheel on the controller instead of the last fader in bank C. It's a bit of a hack, but I find it better this way.
Tagscontrol surface



2022-02-27 22:49

reporter (4,975 bytes) (4,975 bytes)


2022-02-28 15:08

reporter   ~0026338

Updated the midi maps: these have strip 8 on bank C as the master control strip, using the modwheel for volume will conflict and was dumb of me. (5,068 bytes) (5,068 bytes)


2022-03-24 22:47

reporter   ~0026356

For two reasons, the Akai MPK249 is one of the best performance-grade MIDI controllers available: the extraordinarily well-balanced keyboard, especially with semi-weighted keys and Aftertouch. Pads of MPC grade, enhanced with MPC 2.0 software for improved workflows.

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