Set up MIDI on a Mac Pro Tools 10


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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 the devices--your MIDI controllers, MIDI interfaces, sound modules, et cetera--and make all the proper MIDI connections. Then start up your computer in 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, but we're already seeing it here, so we're all good.

Now your computer should automatically acknowledge that you have certain devices connected to your computer. If a device doesn't automatically appear in this list, you can click the Add Device icon right here and a new external device will be added. So we've just created a new external device. I am going to come down here and double-click on this. What I want to do is create a Korg Triton, because I've added one to my MIDI setup. So I'm going to just type in the name here, and we will go to the Manufacturer, choose Ko...

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 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Pro Tools
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