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Atom needs an Editor… pleeease! :)

+36 votes
asked Jul 22, 2019 in Atom Pad Controllers by andrseiler (250 points)
There is currently no way of editing the behaviour of knobs, and what kind of midi message they send on which midi channel and CC number. etc... that makes it near impossible to integrate the ATOM controller into an existing midi setup… which is a pity! It's such a neat little controller… brilliant form factor! but I can't get it to play along with the other controllers in my live setup because it uses may of the same cc numbers and midi channels. (and i'm not gonna change those on my existing setup... it's a really intricate little system by now...)

NI and novation are doing quite a nice job providing in depth editing capabilities for their controllers...

An Editor would open the ATOM controller to a whole new audience!

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+9 votes
answered Aug 21, 2019 by butchrichard (131,360 points)
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answered Apr 16, 2020 by millitonesewedi (160 points)
So... is it going to depend on the votes of this conversation wether i get a simple Midi editor for my Atom?  So many people baught this controller. seriously unfair.!!!! I refuse to be put in a possition to vote for a simple midi editor for your product. Just doesnt make sense...
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answered Mar 14, 2021 by raphaldoursenaud (420 points)
This would require rewriting a significant part of the firmware, if the hardware is capable enough. There’s a reason it’s so cheap…

You’d be better off using a MIDI translating software to catch the native messages and translate them to what you want.

That’s what I’m working on at :