By Ultros Thu May 13, 2021 12:34 am
T-Monk wrote:And more info:
You can also play/ record notes using the Notes mode (Hakai Force "Pad Perform") on the MPC One. Just press Shift+16 Levels/Notes. You need to set this note mode layout to "Off". For Drum Programs, the Program itself needs its pad mapping set to chromatic mode, which is not the default when creating Drum Programs on the MPC. Chances are you will need to edit the Drum Program and change the mapping.
To map the kit in chromatic mode, you need to open it in the MPC side of things, so you'll need to start a new project which flips the machine into MPC mode. Load the kit. On the main screen in the Drum Program row, click the pencil icon on the right, then select Edit Pad Map. In the new pop-up window, chose the preset Chromatic C-2. Re-save the Drum Program. Next time you load that Drum Program on the Hakai Force it will be playable!
Nice!! i am going to try remapping some kits then. I knew that if you flipped menus while recording a clip you could input notes. Nice find t-monk!
Many hands make light work. Admitedly i've only owned a modern mpc since dec 29 2020. lol...
Got it, pad perform with the remap works, however you can play the kit in classic mpc mode by hitting track mix button. Am i missing the reason for remap other than "pad perform?" I guess i can map 64 samples to my apc mini now.
Also pro tip, all your midi controllers will send notes in the matrix window. Hit over dub then smash some buttons on your keyboard or drum pad. I had to remap my MPK mini play's drum pads from midi note 36 up.
You damn kids with your bob moog keyboards. Keep it down down there!! Sounds like an alien is bouncing around in the basement.