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    Default Quick mapping question...

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    So I bought one of those usb numeric keypads (this one http://preview.tinyurl.com/44udfck ) and Im trying to experiment with the latest midi-fighter mapping. Just wondering if there is a way to convert the mapping for a keyboard input or would I have to convert the keyboard to midi output somehow.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    It would be easiest to set the keyboard to send MIDI, or to just recreate it in the TSI. Due to NI's glorious Controller Manager I don't think you can copy and paste lines.

    Because that would make sense.
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    Yeh, definitely the easiest way would be to do it would be to use a HID-MIDI translator program. There are so many commands in there, relearning would be a nightmare. And in fact, thinking about it, you can't select a keyboard as the input port on a midi mapping so relearning would be impossible anyway.
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    Alright thanks
    Did some more searching and found this thread:
    http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26964
    Its working out fine so far.

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