Setting up MIDI on a Mac


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Setting up MIDI on a Mac

To set up your MIDI devices to work with Pro Tools, first plug in all of your devices--your MIDI controllers, MIDI interfaces, sound modules, et cetera--and make all the proper MIDI connections. Then start up your computer and Pro Tools. Within the Session, go to Setup > MIDI > MIDI Studio. The Audio MIDI Setup will open up. If you don't see the MIDI page, choose Window > Show MIDI Window. Your computer should automatically acknowledge that you have certain devices connected to your computer.

If a device doesn't automatically appear in this window, you can click the Add Device icon right here, and a new external device will be added. I'm going to double-click on this. We're going to create a new device. I am going to call it a Korg Triton. I am going to choose Korg as the Manufacturer and scroll down to the Triton right there.

I can choose an icon for it. I'm going to click there and choose from the Icon browser, and that kind of looks like a Triton, so I'll appl...

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 9 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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