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Thread I'm trying to use my M-audio Pro 88 with Reason 3.0

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BaronOfDip

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1 Posted on 11/03/2007 at 12:45:23
The only thing I can get my controller to do is function as a playable keyboard, but as far as the knobs, sliders, start, stop, and play buttons go none of them work or can be mapped to do what I want them to do. I've read the manuals for both the program and controller but everything it says to do I've done but I still can't get it to work. Anyone familiar with these areas?
kon-tiki

kon-tiki

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2 Posted on 04/28/2008 at 04:35:09
Have you tried (to see if you're doing it right) to just map reason's controls to your computer keyboard?
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