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*******www.agiprodj****/stanton-scs3d/ [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty uses Stanton's new SCS.3d DaScratch MIDI controller (under $250) to browse files/crates in Serato Scratch Live
29 Sep 2008
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This a midi controller I have put together from parts from a e-keys usb midi keyboard. I took an e-key midi usb keyboard, took the PCB out and used it, soldered wires to it (to key contacts) that are connected to buttons. So basically when a button is pushed a NOTE midi signal is sent to the computer as if a key on the e-keys keyboard were being pusher. I use these notes to assign them to different functions/buttons in Ableton Live using the MIDI MAP function in Live. I've designed this midi controller so it would look as much as possible as the mixer in Ableton Live. Watch my other video where I use it to control parameters in Ableton Live.
4 Nov 2008
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This a midi controller I have put together from parts from a e-keys usb midi keyboard. I've used the midi learn function in Live to assign the buttons on the controller to buttons in Live.
4 Oct 2008
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*******www.agiprodj**** [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty checks out the new Novation Nocturn MIDI controller at the 2009 NAMM show. This demo of the Nocturn is working with Traktor Scratch Pro
3 Feb 2009
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Check out ebay for a great price on this unit. Do a search for "Yamaha MDF2 Data Filer/Midi File Player" Information: The MDF2 is able to receive, store, and re-transmit MIDI System Exclusive data from nearly any MIDI instrument with bulk data transmission capability, including devices made by manufactur­ers other than Yamaha. The MDF2 can also read and transmit bulk data files created by the Yamaha QX3 sequencer in that device's MDR mode. It has an interface very much like a tape player with play/stop/pause & record buttons + many more features. Sequencer capability The MDF2 is capable of recording sequence data to disk, and playing back this data in real time. It can also play back data files written by other MIDI devices using Standard MIDI File format 0, as well as ESEQ sequence files created by the Yamaha SY99, SY77, or QX3. Other convenient playback functions al low you to play a program of up to 99 sequence data files in a specified order, and to play back files repeatedly in an endless loop. Ample data storage capacity The MDF2 can store a total of 112 files—including as many as 99 bulk or sequence files—on each 2DD floppy disk. If necessary, a single bulk or sequence data file can occupy the disk's total capacity of roughly 600 kilobytes of data. In sequencer mode, this corresponds to approximately 80,000 notes' worth of sequence data. Portability Since the MDF2 can be powered by batteries as well as by an optional AC adapter, you can use it anywhere, anytime. Six "AA" size batteries will give you approximately four hours of continuous operation
4 May 2009
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Overview video on using 2 Xbee modules, Adafruit adapter kits and FTDI cable to transmit MIDI wirelessly.
2 Nov 2009
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Basic introduction of playing a midi controller on the computer.
9 May 2009
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Cubase tutorial MIDI
25 May 2009
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This video is article of midi orchestration which release in Sound Magazine in Turkey.
13 Jun 2009
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We go through the process of controlling any application via Applescript, using MIDI. In this case, I've set up Wirecast to be controlled by my Korg NanoKontrol Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Jul 2009
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Learn how to use glide and pitch bend MIDI automation on bass lines to make them more interesting in Logic pro 8
29 Jul 2009
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www.agiprodj**** DJ Ty from agiprodj demonstrates the Ecler EVO4 with Serato Video Scratch LIVE. The EVO4 *******www.agiprodj****/ecler-evo4/ is a 4 Channel 12" Mixer with 2 separate effects processors, and MIDI via USB. MIDI is almost necessary to mix video with Video Scratch LIVE. Using MIDI lets you control the Software Video Crossfade of VSL to be in sync with the audio crossfader. Hard to understand? Just check out the video - it'll all make sense !
15 Aug 2009
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