Qu-16 and Logic setup

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  • #51285
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    dmarin
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    Hello

    I just setup my QU-16 mixer with Logic Pro X according to this video

    The problem is that when i move faders from the qu16 i see them moved to the DAW, but when i move faders with mouse from the DAW there are not moved to the QU-16. What’s the problem?

    Also i created a “new monitor” in the “open midi environment” tab according to video and i linked the connections BUT when i close logic and opened it again the settings are not exist.

    Thanks for your help

    #51332
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    dmarin
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    Any help?

    #51359
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    peppenapoli
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    What about pan?they working fine ti you ? When itry control pan not working in Logic

    #51361
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    dmarin
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    If you mean panning from the controller, no it’s not working!

    #51365
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    peppenapoli
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    Why?

    #51367
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    dmarin
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    I don’t know i’m trying to find a solution.

    #51368
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    peppenapoli
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    Pls let me know

    #51369
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    dmarin
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    Ok sure!

    #51370
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    Andreas
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    …if you’re using DawControl (HUI Protocol), controlling the pan is not supported. According to page 70 in The Manual (need a shortkey for this, sigh) you can control Mute, Select, Solo and Fader. This is a protocol limitation (the HUI does not have a dedicated PAN encoder). If you need advanced control, you better use The Native Qu MIDI Protocol (need a shortkey for this as well) not the HUI emulation.

    #51374
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    dmarin
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    Thanks Andreas for your reply.

    I’m not using HUI protocol but Mackie Protocol from the A&H Control panel.
    This is wrong?

    #51376
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    Andreas
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    😉
    In late 1990s a company named Mackie designed a DAW control surface named HUI. The protocol used to communicate with that device is known as the “Mackie HUI Protocol”. Its pretty simple in structure so it was adopted from several other control surface manufacturers and developed to a somewhat “standard” across various DAW applications as well. So, if you are using the “Mackie Protocol” you’re using the “HUI Protocol” automatically. Technically its the same, just different words (Mackie Control refers to a different hardware, though).
    The HUI hardware does not have a dedicated PAN encoder but one assignable (inside the DAW!) controller per channel column. The Qu has Pan only in the superstrip, which is a totally different idea. So both concepts simply do not match here, consequently you can not map the Qu’s Pan pot to a Pan inside the DAW using the HUI protocol.
    To get a somewhat more featured control surface experience, you need to manually setup controller assignments. The Logic Documentation at least notes that controllers may be assigned on a custom base.

    #51377
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    dmarin
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    Thank you Andreas for your explanation, now i understand! I’m new to the digital and DAW world so understand 🙂

    I’ll read the logic documentation and i hope to fix my “problems”

    Thank you again!

    #51395
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    peppenapoli
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    For any solution pls let me know regarding panning

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