1. Navigate to mainstage > preferences > audio & select your audio interface. We recommend a buffer size of 256 to prevent pops and clicks. 2. Quit preferences and click the layout tab. Select the picture of the keyboard and head to the top left and click the 'assign' button. Once the button is red, press any key on your keyboard to set the input. Leave 'assign' selected and click the picture of the sustain pedal then press the sustain pedal then do the same for the pitch bend. Once these three are mapped, deselect the 'assign' button. 3. Do not adjust or reassign the mappings for the mod wheel or the progress bar. These are programmed specifically so they work with each other and any adjustments to MIDI channels and mappings will stop them from working. If you want to use another controller to move through the progress bar or mod wheel then make sure that your controller of choice is sending MIDI 001 matching the channel which appears when selecting the mod wheel in layout view. 4. The template is pre-mapped for the Korg NanoKontrol, but if you don't have this controller and would like to use a different one, simply select the on-screen parameter in layout view and select assign before adjusting the control on your hardware.
SETTING UP YOUR NANOKONTROL
1. Head to Korg's website and download the 'KORG KONTROL Editor' software. Once downloaded, install it. 2. Before launching it, plug in your NanoKontrol. 3. As the software launches it'll ask you to select the NanoKontrol you have plugged in. There should only be one, so click ok. 4. Once it's launched, head to 'File' located at the top of your screen and select 'Open'. 5. Navigate to your template folder as downloaded and open the file 'MT SSP NanoKontrol.nktrl2_data'. 6. Once open, click 'Communication' at the top of the screen and click 'Write Scene Set'. This will upload our settings to your NanoKontrol meaning it's ready to go right away.
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