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The MIDI specs are very specific about this ;)
(quoting from memory): controllers with numbers 64 to 127 are for
switches (i.e. controllers which only know on or off). For these, a
value of 0-63 represents "OFF" while a value of 64 to 127 represents

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: mark sottilaro [mailto:marksottilaro@sbcglobal.net] 
Gesendet: Freitag, 8. April 2005 19:36
An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Betreff: MIDIOT

Sorry, I just had to say that.

MIDI can be very confusing.  My guess is that if you
send a value of 127 it would probably work though I've
not tried controlling it via midi like I do my


--- Per Boysen <per@boysen.se> wrote:
> On Apr 7, 2005, at 1:04, Zoe Keating wrote:
> > I finally am trying out Augustus Loop. I like it!
> But I cannot control
> > it!
> > The instructions tell me clearly very nice things
> like CC92 to Tap
> > Record, and CC100 to Clear Loop.
> > Um, don't I need a VALUE here?? What should the
> value of the CC
> > message be? 0? 127? fish?
> > I've got the controller communicating on Channel 1
> but nothing is
> > happening for me.
> >
> > Oh midi geniuses out there, can you help me?
> I'm an idiot too. I rather use things than
> understand them technically.
> What you can do, if using AL in Live, is to use
> Live's midi learn 
> function for mapping to AL parameters whatever sent
> from the darn FCB. 
> See the Live manual if you forgot how to do that ;-)
> Greetings from Sweden
> Per Boysen
> ---
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