Using Parat+ as a MIDI controller:
Connect your computer and iOS device to the same local or peer-to-peer network.
Editing MIDI setting in Parat+:
- Open your MIDI compatible software and assign the faders to parameters. Please consult the relevant software manual on how to assign MIDI controllers either manually or using MIDI learn features.
- By default Parat+ sends MIDI controller numbers 0 to 29 corresponding to the fader name on MIDI channel 1. If you need to establish connections manually, ensure you follow this protocol:
/fader/0 sends MIDI Controller 0 on MIDI channel 1
/fader/1 sends MIDI Controller 1 on MIDI channel 1
/fader/29 sends MIDI Controller 29 on MIDI channel 1
- To edit the MIDI Controller and Channel number, double tap (1.) on the OptionWheel.
Scroll (2.) the small editor window until the MIDI settings are visible …
… and enter the numbers as appropriate (3.).
Please note that valid controller numbers are 0 – 127 and valid channels are 1 – 16 only:
To use the MIDI learn function in Ableton Live to program the parameter mapping, follow this brief guide here.