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PostPosted: Sat Feb 15, 2014 9:10 am 
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Hi there.

I just get the iFCB 2 days ago and after read all the manual and fight the hell with a Prodipe midi/usb interface (i should had read the Black-list first) i get the editor working.
The problem now is the SIM mode with Ableton 9.
I can´t get any in messages between iFCB and ableton. In Ableton preferences and iFCB preferences i get the M-Audio selected as interface but i cant assign any button to ableton.

What i´m doing wrong.
Maybe i´m loosing somethig because my english low skills

thank in advance!!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:13 am 
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david wrote:
Hi there.

I just get the iFCB 2 days ago and after read all the manual and fight the hell with a Prodipe midi/usb interface (i should had read the Black-list first) i get the editor working.
The problem now is the SIM mode with Ableton 9.
I can´t get any in messages between iFCB and ableton. In Ableton preferences and iFCB preferences i get the M-Audio selected as interface but i cant assign any button to ableton.

What i´m doing wrong.
Maybe i´m loosing somethig because my english low skills

thank in advance!!


You'll need to enable the MERGE mode on the FCB1010. To do that, power up the FCB1010 as if you were going to send it a SYSEX from iFCB. But instead of pressing button number 7 to receive a SYSEX, press button #8 (labeled MERGE). Now use the SIM mode on iFCB. Anything that iFCB sends will go to the FCB1010 and then back to the MIDI interface as if the FCB1010 sent it.

When you're done, ALWAYS turn off the MERGE on the FCB1010 and then edit its config mode.

Mel


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