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ONE Control vs Logic Remote

One of the questions we get most often is why ONE Control, if I can get (free) Logic Remote? Logic Remote is a great product, but it’s focused on semi-professional use. The wonderful playing controls, such as strings, drums, etc make it the perfect tool for composing and sketching up ideas. Used as a DAW Controller, ONE Control is a faithful replica of the Mackie Control consoles. The Mackie Control protocol offers pro features, partially available or not available at all in Logic Remote, such as: Advanced management of markersComplete management of groupsAdvanced automation managementSimilar, if not identical, transport capabilities ...

Multiple connections

With Control you can work with multiple setups thanks to multiple window support of iOS 13, or through the controller switcher on the toolbar. The problem arises when using multiple protocols on the same connection. Let’s say that you have Control connected to Logic with the following setup: Mackie Control for the general control of your track Launchpad controller for live loops Few custom controllers for your plugins If Mackie Control and Launchpad controller are connected to the same MIDI endpoint, they share many MIDI messages, and your DAW doesn’t know what to do with those messages. So it could ...

Launchpad Controller

Control by ONE Instrument comes with Launchpad controller for Ableton Live e Logic Pro X version 10.5. It emulates the Novation Launchpad series, specifically the Launchpad X. With the Launchpad controller you can play clips/loops, control the mixer, play notes and display scrolling text. Before using the Launchpad controller, you need to connect to you host. Please follow the instructions here. Play clips and loops Press the Session/Mixer button to enter Session mode. “Session” must be in the center of the button, and “Mixer” in the lower part of the button. Each pad with with a clip/loop associated is colored ...

Customize your controller with Actions and Events

You can configure each controller item to send one or more MIDI messages, depending on several types of actions applied to the item itself. For example, when moving a slider, you can send a MIDI control change, when pressing a button you can send a note, etc. Each controller item can have an arbitrary number of actions, each action, when triggered, can send one or more MIDI messages. Actions On value changed Available for the items where a modification of the value is involved, like moving a slider, rotating a knob and playing on the XY pad. Each movement will ...

Mackie Control for Logic Pro setup

Logic Pro X is compatible either with generic Mackie Control Universal (MCU) units or with the more suitable Logic Control protocol, an extension of MCU, specifically customized for the Logic’s functionalities. Establish a connection from your iPad to your Mac (see MIDI Connection Setup) In ONE Control, add a new controller by tapping the Plus button on the top leading corner of the main screen In the Mackie Control section, select Logic Pro X Logic Pro X should instantly recognize ONE Control as a Logic Control surface. Enjoy! Setup a Mackie Control XT emulation You configure you controller to act ...

Working with MIDI modules

With the Modular MIDI system you can quickly build your customized Controllers, with few steps, without the hassle of complex editing. Control comes with many pre-built modules, each containing various kind of controls, from Faders, to Knobs and buttons. Each control is customizable with title, color and, more important, with all the actions needed to send the proper MIDI messages to your app, plugin or device. Each layout contains modules in various sizes, represented by different colors in the controller editor. Red modules Large rectangular 2×2 units modules. Suitable for large quantity of controls. Yellow modules Large rectangular 2×1 units ...

MIDI Connection

If you have any issue, please contact Support MacOS Wi-Fi On your iPad open ONE Control On your Mac, open the Audio MIDI Setup App Open the MIDI Setup window (cmd-2) Open Network Setup (the Globe icon) Select Session 1 or create it by pressing the + button under Sessions panel Your iPad should be listed in the directory panel Select your iPad and press Connect In ONE Control open a Controller Wired On your iPad open ONE Control On your Mac, open the Audio MIDI Setup App Open the Audio Setup window (cmd-1) Connect your iPad by pressing the ...