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PROGRAM DOCUMENTATION
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SOFTWARE NOTES
This Program is designed to be used with Ableton Live. (MAX49 comes with Ableton Live Lite
Live Akai Edition.)
Reason
For use with Propellerhead Reason. This Program supports the Reason Remote protocol with
supplied codec files, which you may need to install. Each module in Reason will automatically
map itself to MAX49's controllers. This allows you to use a single MAX49 preset to control all of
the modules in Reason.
Cubase For use with Steinberg Cubase.
Logic Pro For use with Apple Logic Pro.
FL Studio For use with Image-Line FL Studio.
GURU For use with FXpansion's GURU.
Pro Tools For use with Pro Tools.
GM Drums A standard General MIDI drum and controller mapping, ideal for general drum use.
Chrmatic A general mapping in which MAX49's PADS use a chromatic scale.
Generic User Programs – for your own use!
The included Programs are intended to be a starting point for your use. You can easily edit and store
your own Programs (see the EDIT MODE section of the included MAX49 Quickstart Guide). The
software mentioned in this manual allows incredible amounts of control with MAX49. By using
multiple MIDI channels, controllers, pad modes and program changes, you can easily create some
incredible music.
Enjoy!
The Akai Professional Team
Ableton Live
Setup
To install and use the Live controller map, follow these instructions:
1. Download the Ableton Live controller map to your computer from the included CD or from www.akaipro.com/max49.
2. With Live closed, copy the entire MAX49 folder (the folder itself, not just its contents) to the following location in your
computer:
Windows 7 or Windows Vista:
C:\Users\[YourUserName]\AppData\Roaming\Ableton\Live [VersionNumber]\Preferences\User Remote Scripts
Note: The AppData folder is a hidden folder. To make this folder visible:
1. On your PC, open Computer.
2. Select the Organize menu at the top of the window, and choose Folder and search options.
3. In the window that opens, select the View tab.
4. Scroll down, locate, and select Show hidden files and folders.
5. Click Apply, then OK.
Windows XP:
C:\Documents and Settings\[YourUserName]\Application Data\Ableton\Live [VersionNumber]\Preferences\User
Remote Scripts
Note: The Application Data folder is a hidden folder. To make this folder visible:
1. On your PC, open My Computer.
2. Select the Tools menu at the top of the screen, and choose Folder Options.
3. In the window that opens, select the View tab.
4. Scroll down, locate, and select Show hidden files and folders.
5. Click Apply, then OK.
Mac
Macintosh HD f Users f [YourUserName] f Library f Preferences f Ableton f Live [VersionNumber] f User
Remote Scripts
3. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable. Open Ableton Live.
4. On MAX49, select the Live or LiveKS Program. Press the VALUE DIAL to load it.
Note: If you have edited MAX49's Programs and are unable to load the Program, use the supplied Vyzex editor to
load the Factory Preset Bank and "PUT" or download the factory preset bank into MAX49.
5. Open Live's Preferences window.
Windows: Options f Preferences.
Mac: Live Menu f Preferences.
6. Select the MIDI Sync tab on the left-hand side.
7. Select MAX49 as the Control Surface.
Windows: Set the Control Surface to MAX49 and set the Input and Output to USB Audio Device.
Mac: Set the Control Surface, Input, and Output to MAX49.
Note: MAX49 will be the last item in the Control Surface drop-down menu.
8. Under MIDI Ports, next to Input, set the Track and Remote settings to On. This allows Live to accept Track and
Remote MIDI from MAX49.
9. Close the Preferences window.
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Live
When using MAX49's Live Program, the controls' behavior is as follows:
TRANSPORT CONTROLS (Play, Stop, Rec, etc.): These controls are set to MIDI CC, so they will work accordingly in the
software.
BANK 1-8:
TOUCH FADERS: These control various parameters in your software Devices (Instruments, Audio Effects, etc.).
S-SWITCHES: These switch the TOUCH FADERS between various "banks" so you can control different sets of
parameters within that Device.
BANK 9-16:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the volume level of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These record-arm Tracks 1-8.
BANK 17-24:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the Send A levels of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These record-arm Tracks 1-8.
BANK 25-32:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the Send B levels of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These record-arm Tracks 1-8.
Note: [SEQ CC] is set to MIDI CC #74, so MAX49 will send CC #74 anytime its Sequencer is on. You can change the
CC# in Edit Mode. See the EDIT MODE section of the included MAX49 Quickstart Guide.
LiveKS
This Program is almost the same as the Live Program described above, but this version allows you to turn MAX49's
Sequencer on/off by pressing keys on its KEYBOARD. To do this:
1. Press SEQ SELECT so it is lit.
2. Press ON/OFF so it is lit.
3. Press and hold a key on MAX49's KEYBOARD. The Sequence will play (in that key) while the key is being held.
When you release the key, the Sequence will stop.
Note: (To "latch" the Sequencer, press [LATCH] so it is lit. When this button is activated, Sequencer playback will
continue even after the key is released.)
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Propellerhead Reason
Reason allows for vast control of its parameters. Propellerhead Software has developed a way to remap a single control
surface to each of the modules in Reason. This protocol is called Reason Remote. We have included all the files
necessary to enable Reason to find MAX49 and map its controls to whatever module you have selected in the sequencer.
Setup
1. Install the MAX49/Reason preset file.
Note: You must have the following version of Reason:
• Windows 7/Vista/XP: Version 3.0.4 (or later)
• Mac: Reason Version 3.0.5 (or later)
Windows 7/Vista
1. Double-click the Computer icon on the desktop, then double-click Local Disk (C:).
2. Towards the upper-left of the window, select the Organize menu, and choose Folder and Search Options.
3. At the top of the window that opens, select the View tab.
4. In the list titled Advanced settings, double-click the Show hidden files and folders option.
5. Click Apply, then click OK. The Folder Options window will close.
6. The Akai Reason Remote Files folder (on the included CD) contains two folders: Lua Codecs and Maps.
Open the Lua Codecs folder.
7. Copy the folder titled Akai into the following directory on your computer: C:\Program Data\Propellerhead
Software\Remote\Codecs\Lua Codecs.
8. Next, in the Akai Reason Remote Files folder, open the folder titled Maps
9. Copy the AkaiMAX49_100 file to the following directory on your computer: C:\Program Data\Propellerhead
Software\Remote\Maps.
10. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable.
11. Open Reason and select the Edit menu from the top of the screen, and open Preferences.
12. Using the pull-down menu at the top of the Preferences window, choose Control Surfaces And Keyboards.
13. Click the Add button.
14. Select Akai from the Manufacturer list.
15. Set the In Port to USB Audio Device.
16. Set the Out Port to USB Audio Device.
17. Click Ok and then close the Preferences window.
Windows XP
1. The Akai Reason Remote Files folder (on the included CD) contains two folders: Lua Codecs and Maps.
Open the Lua Codecs folder.
2. Copy the folder titled Akai into the following directory on your computer: C:\Documents and settings\All
Users\Application Data\Propellerhead Software\Remote\Codecs\Lua Codecs.
3. Next, in the Akai Reason Remote Files folder, open the folder titled Maps.
4. Copy the AkaiMAX49_100 file to the following directory on your computer: C:\Documents and settings\All
Users\Application Data\Propellerhead Software\Remote\Maps.
5. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable.
6. Open Reason and select the Edit menu from the top of the screen, and open Preferences.
7. Using the pull-down menu at the top of the Preferences window, choose Control Surfaces And Keyboards.
8. Click the Add button.
9. Select Akai from the Manufacturer list.
10. Set the In Port to USB Audio Device.
11. Set the Out Port to USB Audio Device.
12. Click Ok and then close the Preferences window.
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Macintosh
1. The Akai Reason Remote Files folder (the same folder where you found this guide) contains two folders:
Lua Codecs and Maps. Open the Lua Codecs folder.
2. Copy the folder titled Akai into the following directory on your computer: Macintosh HD\Library\Application
Support\Propellerhead Software\Remote\CODECS\LUA CODECS.
3. Next, in the Akai Reason Remote Files folder, open the folder titled Maps.
4. Copy the AkaiMAX49_100 folder to the following directory on your computer: Macintosh
HD\Library\Application Support\Propellerhead Software\Remote\Maps.
5. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable.
6. Open Reason and select the Edit menu from the top of the screen, and open Preferences.
7. Using the pull-down menu at the top of the Preferences window, choose Control Surfaces And Keyboards.
8. Click the Add button.
9. Select Akai from the Manufacturer list.
10. Set the In Port to Akai MAX49 Port 1.
11. Set the Out Port to Akai MAX49 Port 1.
12. Click Ok and then close the Preferences window.
2. On MAX49, select the Reason or ReasonKS Program. Press the VALUE DIAL to load it.
Note: If you have edited MAX49's Programs and are unable to load the Program, use the supplied Vyzex editor to
load the Factory Preset Bank and "PUT" or download the factory preset bank into MAX49.
Reason
To see how the MAX49 controls are mapped to each module in Reason, please refer to the tables on the following pages.
You can always change how controllers are mapped by modifying the MAX49.remotemap file. This will allow you to
customize how Reason and your MAX49 work.
ReasonKS
This Program is almost the same as the Reason Program described above, but this version allows you to turn MAX49's
Sequencer on/off by pressing keys on its KEYBOARD. To do this:
1. Press SEQ SELECT so it is lit.
2. Press ON/OFF so it is lit.
3. Press and hold a key on MAX49's KEYBOARD. The Sequence will play (in that key) while the key is being held.
When you release the key, the Sequence will stop.
Note: (To "latch" the Sequencer, press [LATCH] so it is lit. When this button is activated, Sequencer playback will
continue even after the key is released.)
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Reason/MAX49 Mappings
::: GLOBAL CONTROLLERS :::
MAX49 CONTROL
Stop
Play
Record
Switch 7
Switch 8
Switch 15
Switch 16
::: MASTER KEYBOARD :::
REASON FUNCTION
Stop
Play
Record
Device Select Up
Device Select Down
Program Down
Program Up
MAX49 CONTROL
Keyboard
Pitch Bend
Mod Wheel
Expression
REASON FUNCTION
Keyboard
Pitch Bend
Mod Wheel
Expression
MIXER 6:2
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Channel 1 Level
Channel 2 Level
Channel 3 Level
Channel 4 Level
Channel 5 Level
Channel 6 Level
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 1 Pan
Channel 2 Pan
Channel 3 Pan
Channel 4 Pan
Channel 5 Pan
Channel 6 Pan
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 1 Solo
Channel 2 Solo
Channel 3 Solo
Channel 4 Solo
Channel 5 Solo
Channel 6 Solo
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Aux Send
Channel 2 Aux Send
Channel 3 Aux Send
Channel 4 Aux Send
Channel 5 Aux Send
Channel 6 Aux Send
Master Level
Aux Return
COMBINATOR
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Rotary 1
Rotary 2
Rotary 3
Rotary 4
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
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MIXER 14:2
GROUP 1:
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Level
Channel 2 Level
Channel 3 Level
Channel 4 Level
Channel 5 Level
Channel 6 Level
Channel 7 Level
Master Level
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
All Groups
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 8 Level
Channel 9 Level
Channel 10 Level
Channel 11 Level
Channel 12 Level
Channel 13 Level
Channel 14 Level
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Pan
Channel 2 Pan
Channel 3 Pan
Channel 4 Pan
Channel 5 Pan
Channel 6 Pan
Channel 7 Pan
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Channel 8 Pan
Channel 9 Pan
Channel 10 Pan
Channel 11 Pan
Channel 12 Pan
Channel 13 Pan
Channel 14 Pan
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
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MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 8 Mute
Channel 9 Mute
Channel 10 Mute
Channel 11 Mute
Channel 12 Mute
Channel 13 Mute
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
Levels Pan Mutes1 1-14
MIXER 14:2 (continued)
GROUP 2:
MAX49
REASON
CONTROL FUNCTION
Fader 1 Channel 1 Level
Fader 2 Channel 2 Level
Fader 3 Channel 3 Level
Fader 4 Channel 4 Level
Fader 5 Channel 5 Level
Fader 6 Channel 6 Level
Fader 7 Channel 7 Level
Fader 8
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 8 Level
Channel 9 Level
Channel 10 Level
Channel 11 Level
Channel 12 Level
Channel 13 Level
Channel 14 Level
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Aux 1 Send
Channel 2 Aux 1 Send
Channel 3 Aux 1 Send
Channel 4 Aux 1 Send
Channel 5 Aux 1 Send
Channel 6 Aux 1 Send
Channel 7 Aux 1 Send
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Channel 8 Aux 1 Send
Channel 9 Aux 1 Send
Channel 10 Aux 1 Send
Channel 11 Aux 1 Send
Channel 12 Aux 1 Send
Channel 13 Aux 1 Send
Channel 14 Aux 1 Send
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
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MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 8 Mute
Channel 9 Mute
Channel 10 Mute
Channel 11 Mute
Channel 12 Mute
Channel 13 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes1 1-14
MIXER 14:2 (continued)
GROUP 3:
MAX49
REASON
CONTROL FUNCTION
Fader 1 Channel 1 Level
Fader 2 Channel 2 Level
Fader 3 Channel 3 Level
Fader 4 Channel 4 Level
Fader 5 Channel 5 Level
Fader 6 Channel 6 Level
Fader 7 Channel 7 Level
Fader 8
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 8 Level
Channel 9 Level
Channel 10 Level
Channel 11 Level
Channel 12 Level
Channel 13 Level
Channel 14 Level
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Aux 2 Send
Channel 2 Aux 2 Send
Channel 3 Aux 2 Send
Channel 4 Aux 2 Send
Channel 5 Aux 2 Send
Channel 6 Aux 2 Send
Channel 7 Aux 2 Send
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Channel 8 Aux 2 Send
Channel 9 Aux 2 Send
Channel 10 Aux 2 Send
Channel 11 Aux 2 Send
Channel 12 Aux 2 Send
Channel 13 Aux 2 Send
Channel 14 Aux 2 Send
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
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MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 8 Mute
Channel 9 Mute
Channel 10 Mute
Channel 11 Mute
Channel 12 Mute
Channel 13 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes2 1-14
MIXER 14:2 (continued)
GROUP 4:
MAX49
REASON
CONTROL FUNCTION
Fader 1 Channel 1 Level
Fader 2 Channel 2 Level
Fader 3 Channel 3 Level
Fader 4 Channel 4 Level
Fader 5 Channel 5 Level
Fader 6 Channel 6 Level
Fader 7 Channel 7 Level
Fader 8
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 8 Level
Channel 9 Level
Channel 10 Level
Channel 11 Level
Channel 12 Level
Channel 13 Level
Channel 14 Level
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Aux 3 Send
Channel 2 Aux 3 Send
Channel 3 Aux 3 Send
Channel 4 Aux 3 Send
Channel 5 Aux 3 Send
Channel 6 Aux 3 Send
Channel 7 Aux 3 Send
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Channel 8 Aux 3 Send
Channel 9 Aux 3 Send
Channel 10 Aux 3 Send
Channel 11 Aux 3 Send
Channel 12 Aux 3 Send
Channel 13 Aux 3 Send
Channel 14 Aux 3 Send
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
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MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 8 Mute
Channel 9 Mute
Channel 10 Mute
Channel 11 Mute
Channel 12 Mute
Channel 13 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes3 1-14
MIXER 14:2 (continued)
GROUP 5:
MAX49
REASON
CONTROL FUNCTION
Fader 1 Channel 1 Level
Fader 2 Channel 2 Level
Fader 3 Channel 3 Level
Fader 4 Channel 4 Level
Fader 5 Channel 5 Level
Fader 6 Channel 6 Level
Fader 7 Channel 7 Level
Fader 8
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 8 Level
Channel 9 Level
Channel 10 Level
Channel 11 Level
Channel 12 Level
Channel 13 Level
Channel 14 Level
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Channel 1 Aux 4 Send
Channel 2 Aux 4 Send
Channel 3 Aux 4 Send
Channel 4 Aux 4 Send
Channel 5 Aux 4 Send
Channel 6 Aux 4 Send
Channel 7 Aux 4 Send
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Channel 8 Aux 4 Send
Channel 9 Aux 4 Send
Channel 10 Aux 4 Send
Channel 11 Aux 4 Send
Channel 12 Aux 4 Send
Channel 13 Aux 4 Send
Channel 14 Aux 4 Send
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
12
MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Channel 1 Mute
Channel 2 Mute
Channel 3 Mute
Channel 4 Mute
Channel 5 Mute
Channel 6 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Channel 8 Mute
Channel 9 Mute
Channel 10 Mute
Channel 11 Mute
Channel 12 Mute
Channel 13 Mute
Channel 14 Mute
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
Levels Sends Mutes4 1-14
SUBTRACTOR
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Filter Freq
Filter Res
Filter2 Freq
Filter2 Res
Filter Env Attack
Filter Env Decay
Filter Env Sustain
Filter Env Release
Noise Color
Noise Level
Mod Env Gain
Mod Env Dest
Mod Env Attack
Mod Env Decay
Mod Env Sustain
Mod Env Release
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Osc1 Wave
Osc1 Octave
Osc1 Semitone
Osc2 Wave
Osc2 Octave
Osc2 Semitone
FM Amount
Osc Mix
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Ext Mod Select
Filter Freq Ext Mod
LFO1 Ext Mod
Amp Ext Mod
FM Ext Mod
Filter Freq Mod Wheel Amount
Filter Res Mod Wheel Amount
LFO2 Kbd Track
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Filter Type
Filter Kbd Track
Filter Env Amount
Filter Env Vel Amount
Amp Env Attack
Amp Env Decay
Amp Env Sustain
Amp Env Release
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Filter Link Freq On/Off
Filter2 On/Off
Filter Env Invert
Mod Env Invert
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
LFO1 Rate
LFO1 Amount
LFO1 Wave
LFO1 Dest
LFO2 Rate
LFO2 Amount
LFO2 Delay
LFO2 Dest
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
SubBank2
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Osc2 On/Off
Osc2 Kbd Track
Ring Mod
Noise On/Off
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
SubBank1
13
THOR
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Filter 1 Freq
Filter 1 Res
Filter 2 Freq
Filter 2 Res
Filter 3 Freq
Filter 3 Res
LFO 1 Rate
LFO 2 Rate
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Mod Env Delay
Mod Env Attack
Mod Env Decay
Mod Env Release
Global Env Attack
Global Env Decay
Global Env Sustain
Global Env Release
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Filter Env Attack
Filter Env Decay
Filter Env Sustain
Filter Env Release
Amp Env Attack
Amp Env Decay
Amp Env Sustain
Amp Env Release
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Delay Time
Delay Feedback
Delay Rate
Delay Amt
Delay Dry Wet
Osc 1 And 2 Balance
Shaper Drive
Delay Time
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Filter 1 Env Amount
Filter 1 Drive
Filter 2 Env Amount
Filter 2 Drive
Filter 3 Global Env Amount
Filter 3 Drive
Rotary 1
Rotary 2
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
ThorBank1
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Osc 1 To Filter 1 Enable
Osc 2 To Filter 1 Enable
Osc 3 To Filter 1 Enable
Osc 1 To Filter 2 Enable
Osc 2 To Filter 2 Enable
Osc 3 To Filter 2 Enable
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Osc 1 Mod
Osc 2 Mod
Osc 3 Mod
Osc 1 AM From Osc 2
Osc 2 Sync BW
Osc 3 Sync BW
Osc 1 And 2 Level
Osc 3 Level
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
ThorBank2
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
Osc 2 Sync To Osc 1
Osc 3 Sync To Osc 1
Delay On
Delay Sync
Shaper On
Shaper Output Dest
14
MALSTRÖM
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Filter A Freq
Filter A Resonance
Filter B Freq
Filter B Resonance
Filter Env Attack
Filter Env Decay
Filter Env Sustain
Filter Env Release
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Modulator A Curve
Modulator A Target
Modulator B Curve
Modulator B Target
Modulator B To Modulator A
Velocity To Level A
Velocity To Level B
Velocity To Filter Env
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Oscillator A Attack
Oscillator A Decay
Oscillator A Sustain
Oscillator A Release
Oscillator B Attack
Oscillator B Decay
Oscillator B Sustain
Oscillator B Release
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Filter A On/Off
Filter A Env
Filter B On/Off
Filter B Env
Filter Env Invert
Shaper On/Off
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Filter Env Amount
Filter A Mode
Filter B Mode
Shaper Mode
Shaper Amount
Spread Amount
Portamento
Master Level
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Oscillator A On/Off
Route Oscillator A To Shaper
Route Oscillator A To Filter B
Oscillator B On/Off
Route Oscillator B To Filter B
Route Filter B To Shaper
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Modulator A Rate
Modulator A To Pitch
Modulator A To Index
Modulator A To Shift
Modulator B Rate
Modulator B To Motion
Modulator B To Level
Modulator B To Filter
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
MalBank2
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
Modulator A On/Off
Modulator A One Shot
Modulator A Sync
Modulator B On/Off
Modulator B One Shot
Modulator B Sync
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Oscillator A Motion
Oscillator A Shift
Oscillator A Octave
Oscillator A Gain
Oscillator B Motion
Oscillator B Shift
Oscillator B Octave
Oscillator B Gain
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
MalBank1
15
NN19 SAMPLER
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Osc Octave
Osc Semitone
Osc Fine Tune
Osc Env Amount
Sample Start
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Filter Mode
Filter Freq Ext Mod
LFO Ext Mod
Amp Ext Mod
Amp Env Attack
Amp Env Decay
Amp Env Sustain
Amp Env Release
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Filter Env Vel Amount
Filter Decay Vel Amount
Amp Vel Amount
Amp Attack Vel Amount
Sample Start Vel Amount
Portamento
Polyphony
Stereo Spread
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
LFO Rate
LFO Amount
LFO Wave
LFO Dest
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Filter Freq Mod Wheel Amount
Filter Res Mod Wheel Amount
Filter Decay Mod Wheel Amount
Amp Mod Wheel Amount
LFO Mod Wheel Amount
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
NN19Bank1
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Filter On/Off
Filter Env Invert
Sample
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
NN19Bank2
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Osc Kbd Track
LFO Sync Enable
High Quality Interpolation
Low Bandwidth On/Off
Filter Freq
Filter Res
Filter Kbd Track
Filter Env Amount
Filter Env Attack
Filter Env Decay
Filter Env Sustain
Filter Env Release
Master Level
16
NN-XT ADVANCED SAMPLER
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Drum 1 Level
Drum 2 Level
Drum 3 Level
Drum 4 Level
Drum 5 Level
Drum 6 Level
Drum 7 Level
Drum 8 Level
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Drum 9 Pitch
Drum 10 Pitch
Level Pan 9-10
Level Pan 9-10
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Drum 1 Send 1 Amount
Drum 2 Send 1 Amount
Drum 3 Send 1 Amount
Drum 4 Send 1 Amount
Drum 5 Send 1 Amount
Drum 6 Send 1 Amount
Drum 7 Send 1 Amount
Drum 8 Send 1 Amount
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Drum 9 Level
Drum 10 Level
Level Pan 9-10
Level Pan 9-10
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Drum 9 Send 1 Amount
Drum 10 Send 1 Amount
Level Pan 9-10
Level Pan 9-10
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Drum 1 Pan
Drum 2 Pan
Drum 3 Pan
Drum 4 Pan
Drum 5 Pan
Drum 6 Pan
Drum 7 Pan
Drum 8 Pan
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Drum 9 Pan
Drum 10 Pan
Level Pan 9-10
Level Pan 9-10
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Drum 1 Pitch
Drum 2 Pitch
Drum 3 Pitch
Drum 4 Pitch
Drum 5 Pitch
Drum 6 Pitch
Drum 7 Pitch
Drum 8 Pitch
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Level Pan 1-8
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Pad 4
Pad 5
Pad 6
Pad 7
Pad 8
Pad 9
Pad 10
Pad 11
Pad 12
Filter Freq
Filter Res
Amp Env Attack
Amp Env Decay
Amp Env Release
Mod Env Decay
Master Volume
17
Sample
Bank A
Bank B
Bank C
Bank D
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
Pattern 8
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
KONG DRUM DESIGNER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
Drum 1 Level
Drum 2 Level
Drum 3 Level
Drum 4 Level
Drum 5 Level
Drum 6 Level
Drum 7 Level
Drum 8 Level
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Drum 9 Level
Drum 10 Level
Drum 11 Level
Drum 12 Level
Drum 13 Level
Drum 14 Level
Drum 15 Level
Drum 16 Level
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Drum 1 Bus FX Send
Drum 2 Bus FX Send
Drum 3 Bus FX Send
Drum 4 Bus FX Send
Drum 5 Bus FX Send
Drum 6 Bus FX Send
Drum 7 Bus FX Send
Drum 8 Bus FX Send
18
REASON FUNCTION
Drum 9 Bus FX Send
Drum 10 Bus FX Send
Drum 11 Bus FX Send
Drum 12 Bus FX Send
Drum 13 Bus FX Send
Drum 14 Bus FX Send
Drum 15 Bus FX Send
Drum 16 Bus FX Send
Quick Sample
Select Previous Patch
Select Next Patch
RV7000 ADVANCED REVERB
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Soft Knob 1
Soft Knob 2
Soft Knob 3
Soft Knob 4
Soft Knob 5
Soft Knob 6
Soft Knob 7
Soft Knob 8
Decay
HF Damp
Hi EQ
Dry/Wet
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON FUNCTION
EQ On/Off
Gate On/Off
SCREAM 4 DISTORTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Body Resonance
Body Scale
Body Auto
Body Type
Damage Control
Damage Type
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Cut Lo
Cut Mid
Cut Hi
Master Level
19
Damage On/Off
Cut On/Off
Body On/Off
BV512 DIGITAL VOCODER
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
REASON
FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Band Level 1
Band Level 2
Band Level 3
Band Level 4
Band Level 5
Band Level 6
Band Level 7
Band Level 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Band Level 9
Band Level 10
Band Level 11
Band Level 12
Band Level 13
Band Level 14
Band Level 15
Band Level 16
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
MAX49
CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON
FUNCTION
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Band Level 17
Band Level 18
Band Level 19
Band Level 20
Band Level 21
Band Level 22
Band Level 23
Band Level 24
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Band Level 25
Band Level 26
Band Level 27
Band Level 28
Band Level 29
Band Level 30
Band Level 31
Band Level 32
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band
Band Count
Shift
Attack
Decay
HF Emphasis
Dry/Wet
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Vocoder/Equalizer
Hold
NEPTUNE PITCH ADJUSTER
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON FUNCTION
Pitch Adjust On/Off
Scale Memory
Transpose On/Off
MIDI Destination
Formant On/Off
Enabled
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
20
REASON FUNCTION
Correction Speed
Preserve Expression
Semitones
Cent
Formant Shift
Vibrato Rate
Pitch Bend Range
Pitched Signal Level
Voice Synth Level
MCLASS EQUALIZER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
REASON FUNCTION
Low Shelf Gain
Parametric 1 Gain
Parametric 2 Gain
Hi Shelf Gain
Low Shelf Q
Parametric 1 Q
Parametric 2 Q
Hi Shelf Q
Low Shelf Frequency
Parametric 1 Frequency
Parametric 2 Frequency
Hi Shelf Frequency
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
REASON FUNCTION
Low Cut Enable
Low Shelf Enable
Parametric 1 Enable
Parametric 2 Enable
Hi Shelf Enable
MCLASS STEREO IMAGER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
REASON FUNCTION
Low Width
X-Over Frequency
High Width
Solo Mode
Low Band Active
High Band Active
Separate Out Mode
MCLASS COMPRESSOR
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
REASON FUNCTION
Input Gain
Threshold
Ratio
Attack
Release
Output Gain
Soft Knee
Sidechain Solo
Adapt
Sidechain Active
MCLASS MAXIMIZER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
REASON FUNCTION
Input Gain
Attack Speed
Release Speed
Output Gain
Soft Clip Amount
RV-7 DIGITAL REVERB
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
REASON FUNCTION
Algorithm
Size
Decay
Damping
Dry/Wet
21
Limiter Enable
Look Ahead Enable
Soft Clip Enable
Output Level Meter Mode
DDL-1 DIGITAL DELAY LINE
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
REASON FUNCTION
DelayTime (steps)
DelayTime (ms)
Feedback
Pan
Dry/Wet Balance
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
REASON FUNCTION
Unit
Step Length
D-11 FOLDBACK DISTORTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
REASON FUNCTION
Amount
Foldback
ECF-42 ENVELOPE CONTROLLER FILTER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
REASON FUNCTION
Frequency
Resonance
Env Amount
Velocity
Mode
Trigger
Attack
Decay
Sustain
Release
CF-101 CHORUS/FLANGER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
REASON FUNCTION
Delay
Feedback
Rate
Modulation Amount
LFO Sync Enable
Send/Insert Mode
PH-90 PHASER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
REASON FUNCTION
Frequency
Split
Width
Rate
Frequency Modulation
Feedback
22
LFO Sync Enable
UN-16 UNISON
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
REASON FUNCTION
Voice Count
Detune
Dry/Wet
COMP-01 COMPRESSOR/LIMITER
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
REASON FUNCTION
Ratio
Threshold
Attack
Release
Gain
PEQ-2 TWO-BAND PARAMETRIC EQ
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Filter A Freq
Filter A Q
Filter A Gain
Filter B Freq
Filter B Q
Filter B Gain
REASON FUNCTION
Filter B On/Off
MATRIX PATTERN SEQUENCER
MAX49 CONTROL
Pad 1
Pad 2
Pad 3
Pad 4
Pad 5
Pad 6
Pad 7
Pad 8
Pad 9
Pad 10
Pad 11
Pad 12
REASON FUNCTION
Bank A
Bank B
Bank C
Bank D
Pattern 5
Pattern 6
Pattern 7
Pattern 8
Pattern 1
Pattern 2
Pattern 3
Pattern 4
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MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
REASON FUNCTION
Switch 1
Switch 2
Run
Pattern Enable
Pattern Select in Bank
Bank Select
Resolution
RPG-8 MONOPHONIC ARPEGGIATOR
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
REASON FUNCTION
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Pattern Step 1
Pattern Step 2
Pattern Step 3
Pattern Step 4
Pattern Step 5
Pattern Step 6
Hold
Arpeggiator Enable
Single Note Repeat
Shuffle
Pattern Enable
Sync
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Velocity/Manual
Mode
Octave
Insert
Rate
Gate Length
Pattern Step 7
Pattern Step 8
Pattern Step 9
Pattern Step 10
Pattern Step 11
Pattern Step 12
REGROOVE MIXER
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
A1 Shuffle
A2 Shuffle
A3 Shuffle
A4 Shuffle
A5 Shuffle
A6 Shuffle
A7 Shuffle
A8 Shuffle
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
A1 Groove Amount
A2 Groove Amount
A3 Groove Amount
A4 Groove Amount
A5 Groove Amount
A6 Groove Amount
A7 Groove Amount
A8 Groove Amount
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
A1 Slide
A2 Slide
A3 Slide
A4 Slide
A5 Slide
A6 Slide
A7 Slide
A8 Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Slide
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
Shuffle
ID8 INSTRUMENT DEVICE
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
Volume
24
REASON FUNCTION
Select Previous Preset
Select Next Preset
LINE6 GUITAR AMP
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
Expression
Wah Pedal
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Volume Pedal
Drive
Bass
Middle
Treble
Presence
Volume
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
REASON FUNCTION
Wah Pedal On
Select Previous Amp Model
Select Next Amp Model
Select Previous Cab Model
Select Next Cab Model
Select Previous Patch
Select Next Patch
LINE6 BASS AMP
MAX49 CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Comp Threshold
Drive
Bass
Lo Mid
Hi Mid
Treble
Volume
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
25
REASON FUNCTION
Compressor On
Select Previous Amp Model
Select Next Amp Model
Select Previous Cab Model
Select Next Cab Model
Select Previous Patch
Select Next Patch
REASON RECORD MAIN MIXER CHANNEL
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
REASON
FUNCTION
Rotary 1
Rotary 2
Rotary 3
Rotary 4
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
FX1 Send Level
FX2 Send Level
FX3 Send Level
FX4 Send Level
FX5 Send Level
FX6 Send Level
FX7 Send Level
FX8 Send Level
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Mute
Solo
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
LF Gain
LF Frequency
LMF Gain
LMF Frequency
LMF Q
HMF Gain
HMF Frequency
HMF Q
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Equalizer
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
FX1 Send On
FX2 Send On
FX3 Send On
FX4 Send On
FX5 Send On
FX6 Send On
FX7 Send On
FX8 Send On
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
Input Gain
Invert Phase
Comp On
C Ratio
C Threshold
C Release
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Compressor
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
EQ On
EQ E Mode
LF Bell
HF Bell
Level
Pan
Width
26
HF Gain
HF Frequency
LPF On
LPF Frequency
HPF On
HPF Frequency
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
REASON RECORD MASTER SECTION
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
REASON
FUNCTION
Fader 9
Channel 1 Pan
Fader 10
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
MAX49
CONTROL
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
REASON
FUNCTION
CONTROL
VARIATIONS
Compressor On
Threshold
Ratio
FX
FX
FX
Attack
Release
Make-Up Gain
FX
FX
FX
Main
Switch 1
Channel 2 Pan
Main
Switch 2
Previous 8 Remote
Base Channel
Next 8 Remote Base
Channel
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Channel 3 Pan
Channel 4 Pan
Channel 5 Pan
Channel 6 Pan
Channel 7 Pan
Channel 8 Pan
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Main
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
FX1 Pan
FX2 Pan
FX3 Pan
FX4 Pan
FX5 Pan
FX6 Pan
FX7 Pan
FX8 Pan
FX
FX
FX
FX
FX
FX
FX
FX
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
FX1 Return Level
FX2 Return Level
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
FX6 Return Level
Fader 25
Fader 26
Fader 27
Fader 28
Fader 29
Fader 30
Fader 31
Fader 32
Rotary 1
Rotary 2
Rotary 3
Rotary 4
Main
Main
Main
Main
Master Level
Main
Channel 1 Level
Channel 2 Level
Channel 3 Level
Channel 4 Level
Channel 5 Level
Channel 6 Level
Channel 7 Level
Channel 8 Level
FX3 Return Level
FX4 Return Level
FX5 Return Level
FX7 Return Level
FX8 Return Level
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Bypass Insert FX
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
FX1 Mute
FX2 Mute
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
FX6 Mute
Switch 25
Switch 26
Switch 27
Switch 28
Switch 29
Switch 30
Switch 31
Switch 32
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
FX3 Mute
FX4 Mute
FX5 Mute
FX7 Mute
FX8 Mute
REASON RECORD GLOBAL CONTROLS
MAX49 CONTROL
Stop
Play
Record
Rewind
Fast Forward
Stop
REASON FUNCTION
Stop
Play
Record
Rewind
Fast Forward
Stop
MAX49 CONTROL
Switch 15
Switch 16
Switch 7
Switch 8
Switch 23
Switch 24
REASON FUNCTION
Select Prev Patch for Target Device
Select Next Patch for Target Device
Target Previous Track
Target Next Track
Select Previous Keyboard Shortcut Variation
Select Next Keyboard Shortcut Variation
REASON ESSENTIALS MAIN MIXER CHANNEL
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
MAX49 CONTROL
REASON FUNCTION
Fader 1
Fader 2
Fader 3
Fader 4
Fader 5
Fader 6
Fader 7
Fader 8
Level
Pan
Width
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7
Switch 8
Mute
Solo
Switch 1
Switch 2
Switch 3
Switch 4
Fader 9
Fader 10
Fader 11
Fader 12
Fader 13
Fader 14
Fader 15
Fader 16
Input Gain
Invert Phase
LF Gain
LF Frequency
HF Gain
HF Frequency
Switch 9
Switch 10
Switch 11
Switch 12
Switch 13
Switch 14
Switch 15
Switch 16
Fader 17
Fader 18
Fader 19
Fader 20
Fader 21
Fader 22
Fader 23
Fader 24
FX1 Send Level
FX2 Send Level
FX3 Send Level
FX4 Send Level
Switch 17
Switch 18
Switch 19
Switch 20
Switch 21
Switch 22
Switch 23
Switch 24
Rotary 1
Rotary 2
Rotary 3
Rotary 4
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EQ On
LF Bell
HF Bell
FX1 Send On
FX2 Send On
FX3 Send On
FX4 Send On
FX1 Pre Fader
FX2 Pre Fader
FX3 Pre Fader
FX4 Pre Fader
Steinberg Cubase
Setup
1. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable. Open Cubase.
2. On MAX49, select the Cubase or CubaseKS Program. Press the VALUE DIAL to load it.
Note: If you have edited MAX49's Programs and are unable to load the Program, use the supplied Vyzex editor to
load the Factory Preset Bank and "PUT" or download the factory preset bank into MAX49.
3. In Cubase, click Devices in the menu bar, and select Device Setup.
4. In the Device Setup window's upper left corner, click the + symbol, and select Mackie Control.
5. In the upper right part of the window, click each drop-down menu next to MIDI Input and MIDI Output, and select
MIDIIN4 (Akai MAX49) (Windows 7/Vista) or USB Audio Device [4] (Windows XP).
6. Click OK.
IMPORTANT!: To use MAX49's TRANSPORT CONTROLS (Play, Stop, Record, etc.) in Cubase, follow these additional
steps:
1. Press [EDIT] on MAX49.
2. Press any one of MAX49's TRANSPORT CONTROLS.
3. Turn the VALUE DIAL until the Type is set to Mackie. You may now use the TRANSPORT CONTROLS in Cubase.
Cubase
When using MAX49's Cubase Program, the controls' behavior is as follows:
TRANSPORT CONTROLS (Play, Stop, Rec, etc.): When these controls are set to Mackie, they will work accordingly in
the software. See the note in the Setup section above.
BANK 1-8:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the volume level of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These mute Tracks 1-8.
BANK 9-16:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the panning of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These "solo" Tracks 1-8.
BANK 17-24:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the panning of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These record-arm Tracks 1-8.
BANK 25-32:
TOUCH FADERS: These control the panning of Tracks 1-8.
S-SWITCHES: These select Tracks 1-8.
CubaseKS
This Program is almost the same as the Cubase Program described above, but this version allows you to turn MAX49's
Sequencer on/off by pressing keys on its KEYBOARD. To do this:
1. Press SEQ SELECT so it is lit.
2. Press ON/OFF so it is lit.
3. Press and hold a key on MAX49's KEYBOARD. The Sequence will play (in that key) while the key is being held.
When you release the key, the Sequence will stop.
Note: (To "latch" the Sequencer, press [LATCH] so it is lit. When this button is activated, Sequencer playback will
continue even after the key is released.)
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Apple Logic Pro
Setup
You can use MAX49 with Logic Pro 8 or higher. MAX49's Mackie Control protocol allows it to act as a control surface for
the DAW. To do this:
1. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable. Open Logic Pro.
2. On MAX49, select the Mackie Control Program. Press the VALUE DIAL to load it.
3. In Logic Pro, click the Logic Pro menu, then select Preferences f MIDI.
4. In the window that appears, select the Control Surfaces page, and click Setup in the lower right corner.
5. In the window that appears, click New, and select Install.
6. From the list that appears, select the device that lists Mackie Designs as the Manufacturer and Mackie Control as
the Model.
7. Click Add in the lower right corner of the window, then close the window. Do not click Scan.
8. Select Mackie as the Out Port and Input.
9. Close all the Preferences window.
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Image-Line FL Studio
Setup
1. Download the FL Studio controller map to your computer from the included CD or from www.akaipro.com/max49.
2. With FL Studio closed, copy the entire MAX49 folder (the folder itself, not just its contents) to the following location in
your computer: C:\Program Files\Image-Line\FL Studio 8\Data\Projects\Templates\Hardware.
3. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable. Open FL Studio.
4. On MAX49, select the FLStudio or FLStudKS Program. Press the VALUE DIAL to load it.
Note: If you have edited MAX49's Programs and are unable to load the Program, use the supplied Vyzex editor to
load the Factory Preset Bank and "PUT" or download the factory preset bank into MAX49.
5. Press F10, or go to Options f MIDI Settings.
6. Under Output, select MAX49 (Windows 7/Vista) or USB Audio Device (Windows XP), and check the Send master
sync box.
7. Under Input, select MAX49 (Windows 7/Vista) or USB Audio Device (Windows XP), and check the Enable box.
8. For Omni preview MIDI channel, select Channel 16.
9. For Generator muting MIDI channel, select Channel 15.
10. Check the Record to step sequencer box.
MAX49's FL Studio Program is configured to use FL Studio's step sequencer. For working with the Piano Roll, use one of
the Akai MPK's generic templates.
FLStudio
MAX49's FL Studio Program has a sampler channel dedicated to each pad:
•
Pad Bank A: Plays each channel at its true pitch.
•
Pad Bank B: Mutes the corresponding PAD.
•
Pad Bank C: Selects the corresponding channel, allowing for each channel to be played chromatically with
MAX49's KEYBOARD.
•
Pad Bank D: Plays the sample loaded on the selected track in semitones.
MAX49's S-SWITCHES will select additional tracks beyond the first 12, allowing for easy selection of generators, VST
plug-in channels, etc.
FLStudKS
This Program is almost the same as the FL Studio Program described above, but this version allows you to turn MAX49's
Sequencer on/off by pressing keys on its KEYBOARD. To do this:
1. Press SEQ SELECT so it is lit.
2. Press ON/OFF so it is lit.
3. Press and hold a key on MAX49's KEYBOARD. The Sequence will play (in that key) while the key is being held.
When you release the key, the Sequence will stop.
Note: (To "latch" the Sequencer, press [LATCH] so it is lit. When this button is activated, Sequencer playback will
continue even after the key is released.)
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FXpansion GURU
FXpansion's GURU software is a very flexible and creative beat-making tool. GURU comes preset with default MIDI note and controller
note mappings that serve several purposes. Notes can be set to trigger sounds, map a sound chromatically and play it from a keyboard,
trigger different Patterns, and trigger different Scenes.
8 MIDI controllers are set up for use with the individual voice engines called "Pad Groups," and 8 more are set up for use with any of
the FX Group. Please see the GURU manual for information on assigning these functions to the different parameters.
MAX49's GURU preset lets you take advantage of the software's most-used functions. This preset is meant to be used with GURU's
Generic Controller map in the Options menu.
FX Guru
KEYBOARD: The keyboard is set to trigger pads from middle C up 16 notes. The default is set to control Engine 1 on MIDI Channel 1.
By editing the keyboard MIDI channel, you can select which voice engine you are controlling. We set middle C to be the pads so that if
you have Pattern keys play selected pad chromatically in the Options/MIDI page, you will hear the currently selected pad played
chromatically on the bottom two octaves of MAX49's keyboard. If you press the OCTAVE UP button twice, the drum pads will play on
the lowest 16 notes of the keyboard and the notes from middle C up will trigger different Scenes.
TRANSPORT CONTROLS: GURU makes use of MMC for its transport controls. If you have the latest version of GURU it will
automatically make use of MMC messages. GURU assigns the button to the Commit function and the button to the Undo
function.
MIDI Controllers: We created 4 different options for continuous controller mapping with GURU. Since the MIDI controllers are colorcoded in the software, we will call them as follows:
Red = 1
Orange = 2
Yellow = 3
Green = 4
Lt Blue = 5
Blue = 6
Purple = 7
Grey = 8
Controller Bank 17–24
Controller Bank 1–8
•
TOUCH FADERS 1–8: FX Group 1–8
•
TOUCH FADERS 1–4: Pad Group 1–4
•
S-SWITCHES 1–4: Pad Group 5–8
•
TOUCH FADERS 5–8: FX Group 5–8
•
S-SWITCHES 5–8: FX Group 5–8
•
S-SWITCHES 1–4: Pad Group 5–8
•
S-SWITCHES 5–8: FX Group 5–8
Controller Bank 9–16
•
TOUCH FADERS 1–8: Pad Group 1–8 (reversed from
Controller Bank A)
•
S-SWITCHES 1–4: Pad Group 5–8
•
S-SWITCHES 5–8: FX Group 5–8
Controller Bank 25–32
•
TOUCH FADERS 1–4: Pad Group 1–4
•
TOUCH FADERS 5–8: FX Group 1–4
PADS: We intentionally mapped the pads to be chromatic. The pads can be customized for so many uses in GURU that we didn't want
to make them too specialized. Currently, the 12 pads in Bank A and Pads 1-4 in Bank B will normally play the GURU pads. We left
these set to the Common MIDI channel so that you could quickly change them to different voice engines by changing the Common
Channel in Global Mode (see the GLOBAL MODE section of the included MAX49 Quickstart Guide).
Depending on how you are using GURU, if you want to change the pad note and channel mappings, keep this in mind:
•
Recording Patterns: You may want to leave the way they are, allowing you to play your drum sounds and to shift engines via
changing the Common Channel.
•
Playing Live: You may want to assign the pads to different MIDI channels and notes so as to trigger Scenes or Patterns in a
real-time DJ style work flow.
FXGuruKS
This Program is almost the same as the GURU Program described above, but this version allows you to turn MAX49's Sequencer
on/off by pressing keys on its KEYBOARD. To do this:
1.
2.
3.
Press SEQ SELECT so it is lit.
Press ON/OFF so it is lit.
Press and hold a key on MAX49's KEYBOARD. The Sequence will play (in that key) while the key is being held. When you release
the key, the Sequence will stop.
Note: (To "latch" the Sequencer, press [LATCH] so it is lit. When this button is activated, Sequencer playback will continue even
after the key is released.)
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Pro Tools
You can use MAX49 with Pro Tools or any other DAW that uses the HUI protocol. Using this protocol, MAX49 will act as a
control surface for the DAW. To do this:
1. On MAX49, press [SHIFT] + [HUI].
2. Connect MAX49 to your computer with the included USB cable. Open Pro Tools.
3. In Pro Tools, go to Setup f Peripherals, and select the MIDI Controllers tab.
4. Select HUI as the #1 Type.
5. Select AkaiMAX49 Mackie as the #1 Receive From and #1 Send To.
6. Optional: To enable MAX49's KEYBOARD to play MIDI notes while using its other controls as a Pro Tools control
surface, select M-Audio Keyboard as the #2 Type, and select AkaiMAX49 Port A as the #2 Receive From and #2
Send To.
Chromatic
MAX49's Chromatic Program is a general preset where the 12 PADS' note messages are based on the chromatic scale.
All PADS will send Note On messages, ascending chromatically from C2 (Pad 1, Pad Bank A) to B5 (Pad 12, Pad Bank
D).
The PADS are set to MIDI Channel 2, the Sequencer is set to MIDI Channel 3, and the KEYBOARD is set to the Common
Channel.
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