Reduce keys in Ableton's Midi Editor!
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    Schreiberie Meister Afterhour Ali's Avatar
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    Default Reduce keys in Ableton's Midi Editor!

    I'm using Ableton Live 7 Lite and have a problem.
    I'm trying to follow a gustavo bravetti tutorial on how to produce a certain sound with Operator.
    The only issue is, that I only have a M-Audio Axiom 25 to play that.

    His Midi-Editor shows much fewer keys (5 per ocatve) than mine (12 per octave).

    How can I reduce the amount of keys per Octave, so I can play it too?
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    5 keys per octave? what notes are they?
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    D'oh...he had Fold on.
    Me too, but I didn't understand what it was for.

    So the problem changed now:
    I have only 25 Keys on the Axiom. I want to play something which starts at B2 and goes up 2 octaves (24 keys).
    So the first key needs to be B2, but the best I could achieve so far is that A#2 (the note after B2) is the first one.
    That problem is rather related to the keyboard, so how to do it?
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    Your keyboard should have 2 buttons on it to go up and down the octaves - thats your only solution to having control of 4 octaves on a 2 octave keyboard.

    It pays to have a 5 or more octave keyboard when your doing production so you can easily move up and down the octaves as you play without having to press a button to switch octaves.

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