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MPC Live - Create Midi Event on List Edit Mode (Standalone)

Hi guys! despite of being an AMAZING product (MPC Live) you can still do amazing things for us.

It would be VERY useful if we can add "Midi Events" in the "List Edit" Mode... (of course in standalone mode).

My band and me would love you if we could made this in standalone mode on the rehearsal room...without any PC (the reason why we buyed this wonder)

Peace!
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  • Hey Dani,

    Thanks for posting!

    While you cannot currently add events to your MIDI sequence within List Edit mode, you can draw them in manually with the pencil tool in Grid mode. You may also find it useful to manually punch in events using Step Sequencer mode.

    With that in mind, I can understand why you might want to add directly from List Edit so be sure to submit this as a feature request with the MPC 2.0 Software's built-in feedback module. The feedback module is represented by a smiley icon at the lower right side of the software next to the browser icons. This information goes directly to the Akai team for consideration!

    Thank you for your feedback!
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    Thanks for your response Nick!

    I think I'm understanding your point, but the main problem is that I cant draw Program Change Events, that are the ones that I want to use... Is there any way to set them?

    Standalone mode is the point to avoid carrying a PC to the rehearsal, but when you are controlling several synths/effect modules/pedals/etc through the MPC Live you NEED to have the chance of arrange program changes... it is a very frustrating situation...all the band stoping their inspirational climax due to imposibility of implement changes...

    I'll try to submit this to Akai team...I hope they listen...
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