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Logic 9 Having trouble sending aux signals from my MIDI controller.

Discussion in 'Logic 9' started by kalhan, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. kalhan

    kalhan New Member

    I have an M-Audio Axiom 49 MIDI controller w/ 8+1 faders and 8 rotary knobs.

    I'm trying to use the 8 knobs to control the 8 aux sends on my channel strip. I have assigned them using LogicPro's "Learn Mode" and they are working perfectly, except for one glitch.

    When I turn the rotary knob on my controller by ONE step (one click, the smallest interval I can use) 50% of the incoming signal is sent out through the aux, when I turn the knob another step, it's 100%. I can not send ANY value between 0%, 50% and 100%, my knob is giving me a resolution of 3.

    This is a great feature, I wish I could work it properly. How do I fix this? Do I have to tap into the advanced settings on the right hand side menu of "Learn Mode"? I don't understand these parameters. Can I fix this on Logic or do I need to do something on my Axiom?

    Thank you.

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