Use a MIDI Device and map any function in M-PC to faders and buttons.
Use a Joystick to have direct access to Pan and Tilt
Connect multiple MIDI devices. Map MIDI faders/buttons to M-PC Functions!
Map your keyboard Keys to M-PC functions.
Support for Joystick control of Pan/Tilt. User-assignable functions for each joystick button
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RD/MPCTools supports any MIDI controller that is able to output CC (Control Change) or NoteOn/NoteOff Messages. Please refer to your device’s manual on how to do that.
I won't be putting any effort in making something for a specific controller. Updates will be always targeted for a generic MIDI device.
Each deviceSpace has its own bank. You then associate devices with deviceSpaces the way you want. If you want 2 devices synchronized, you select the same Device Space for both; if you want them working on independent banks, you have to choose different Device Spaces for each. Note: deviceSpace 0 is the MAIN one, and is the one shown at the bottom of M-PC.
Feedback for faders and buttons is provided by M-PC for MainPlaybackButtons, MainPlaybackFader, Programmer keys and F-Keys. If you are assigning any other function to your fader or button, don't expect any feedback, because M-PC is not sending any.
Nothing wrong! That's normal. It is a known limitation with no solution (the M-Series software doesn't have faders for playbacks 11-20).
If you need more faders, use the Submaster section or use multiple main playback banks at the same time.
Sure! Here is a simple example:
- Create a new device in MPCTools
- Map the first 10 faders (learn + assign)
- In the M-PC tab, select a default bank and a different deviceSpace (e.g. 1).
- Create a new device in MPCTools
- Map 10 different faders (learn + assign)
- In the M-PC tab, select a default bank and a different deviceSpace (e.g. 2).
Fixture finder is a way for you to search fixtures with similar DMX footprint (# of channels and their order). If you have some sort of Chinese knock-off and you are in a hurry, you can check if there are fixtures in the library that have the same channels in the exact same order that you can use.
Good! Please contact me right-away and tell me about that unintentional “feature” :) I’ll try to fix it as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, Windows Defender is wrongly identifying MPCTools as virus. Although I'm in contact with Microsoft, I am unable to solve this issue as fast as I wish. Meanwhile, take a look at this thread in the Martin forum. The only solution for now is to disable Windows Defender to install and then add MPCTools folder as an exception.
Of course! Developers and creative minds are welcome to help with their ideas and their work. If you want more technical informations or would like to request a feature, contact me.
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