Map usb midi devices to different midi channels on OSX
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    Default Map usb midi devices to different midi channels on OSX

    I am sitting and here and googling my ass of,
    but can't find how i can route my korg nano on another MidiChannel then my
    other midi controller.
    FOund MidiOx but thats only for win, any solutions for OS X?

    Thanks

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    Google it! You need the Korg Editor

    Manual Here Look @ pg.9 your want to change you midi channel.


    MIDI ports
    Specify MIDI ports manually
    Turn this on if you want to specify the MIDI ports manually instead of using automatic device detection.
    If this setting is on, use the MIDI IN and MIDI OUT fields to specify the ports to which your Korg
    nanoSERIES MIDI controller is connected.
    MIDI IN
    Specify the MIDI IN port to which your Korg nanoSERIES MIDI controller is connected.
    MIDI OUT
    Specify the MIDI OUT port to which your Korg nanoSERIES MIDI controller is connected.

    I also changed this thread to general discussion, being that you are asking for question in regards to gear. Please read the stickys before posting, thanks!

    http://www.djtechtools.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3527
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    Hey, thanks a lot for the answer.
    I will make sure that i will put my posts on the right spot next time!

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    no biggie ++, hope everything works out for you.
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