Setting up MIDI on a Mac


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Setting up MIDI on a Mac

To setup your MIDI devices to work with Pro Tools, first plug in all of the devices including your MIDI controllers, MIDI interfaces, sound modules, anything that you might have that's going to work with your MIDI setup. And make sure you have all the proper MIDI connections. So connect the MIDI ins and outs and the USB connections, the way that they need to be and then you should start up your computer and start up Pro Tools. Once Pro Tools is open, go to the Setup menu and choose MIDI > MIDI Studio.

That will open up the Audio MIDI Setup. Click on the MIDI Devices tab, so that you can see all the MIDI devices in your setup. The Audio MIDI Setup or the AMS will automatically scan your computer system for properly connected MIDI interfaces, and will show the interface with each of its MIDI ports numbered. So we have the Digi 003 here that has one MIDI in and two MIDI outs. We also have this E-MU keyboard and I'm going to add a device now, so I click Add Device, double-click ...

Setting up MIDI on a Mac
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Setting up MIDI on a Mac provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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