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QX 61 P1 button same as C2 key

Hello

Need some help.

When mapping the P1 button on ableton live, its mapping the same as key C2, so when I play C2 key is launching whatever I've mapped to P1 at same time.

Is there any way to change it?

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  • Hi Ivan,

    Thanks for posting. 

    Follow these steps below to map your QX61 to Ableton:

    Installing the Ableton Live MIDI Map preset for your QX controller
    1. First, install Ableton Live and the Alesis QX controller on your computer.  Once complete, visit the product page on the Alesis website for your specific QX controller.  You can find the product page at the following link: www.alesis.com/keyboards
       
    2. Once you get to your specific controller product page, click on Docs and Downloads.  You will then see a link for your controller's Ableton Live Controller Map.  Click on this link.  You may need to put in some personal information to access the download at this point.  Once you do, you will reach a page which contains the download link.  Download the product specific Ableton Live Controller Map.

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    3. Ensure that Ableton Live is closed.  Find the downloaded file from the previous step and drag it to your Desktop.  Unzip the file. 
       
    4. The download will contain a folder that is titled QX__ (depending on which controller you  have).  Copy the entire product specific folder (not just the file inside it) to the following location on your computer:

      Windows 7 or Vista
    C:\Users\ [YourUserName] \AppData\Roaming\Ableton\Live [VersionNumber] \Preferences\User Remote Scripts

    * Note that the Application Data folder is a hidden folder. To make this folder visible, perform the following:

    1. On your PC, open Computer.
    2. Select the Organize menu at the top of the window and choose Folder and Search Options.
    3. In the window that opens, select the View tab.
    4. Scroll down, locate, and select Show hidden files and folders.
    5. Click Apply, and then click OK.
    Windows XP

    C:\Documents and Settings\ [YourUserName] \Application Data\Ableton\Live [VersionNumber] \Preferences\User Remote Scripts

    * Note that the Application Data folder is a hidden folder. To make this folder visible, perform the following:

    1. On your PC, open My Computer.
    2. Select the Tools menu at the top of the screen, and choose Folder Options.
    3. In the window that opens, select the View tab.
    4. Scroll down, locate, and select Show hidden files and folders.
    5. Click Apply and then click OK.
    Macintosh

    Macintosh HD > Users > [YourUserName] > Library > Preferences > Ableton > Live [VersionNumber] > User Remote Scripts

    If you have any trouble with the Mac Installation on the newer Mountain LION OS, you may need to adjust your security settings.  You can do so by following the steps below:

    1. Go to the Finder (or desktop).
    2. Hold the Option key on your keyboard, and click the Go menu at the top of the screen.
    3. With the Go menu open, you'll notice that pressing and releasing Option will display or hide the Library choice in this menu.
    4. Select Library from the Go menu (while holding down Option) to access the hidden folder.
    You can find further information on how to adjust the Gatekeeper security here.

     

    Setting up the QX controller in Ableton Live
    1. Once the previous steps have been completed, launch Ableton Live.
       
    2. Open the Preferences window within Ableton Live.

      On a Windows computer:
    • Select the Options menu at the top of the screen and choose Preferences.
    On a Macintosh:

    • Select the Live menu at the top of the screen and choose Preferences.
    1. On the left side of the Preferences window, choose the MIDI Sync tab.
       
    2. Select your controller (QX__) as the Control Surface:
    Windows 7 or Vista

    • Under Control Surface, select your device name.
    • Under Input, select your device name.
    • Under Output, select your device name.
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    Windows XP

    • Under Control Surface, select your device name.
    • Under Input, select USB Audio Device.
    • Under Output, select USB Audio Device.
    alt

    Macintosh

    • Under Control Surface, select your device name.
    • Under Input, select your device name.
    • Under Output, select your device name.
    alt

     

    1. Next, still in the Preferences window with the MIDI/Sync tab selected, beneath the area titled MIDI ports, set Track and Remote to On.
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    1. Close the preferences window and try out the keyboard.  It will now be automatically mapped to various Ableton Live items such as the transport control.  Press the Play, Record and Stop buttons on the QX controller and watch as it controls the Ableton Live software on your computer!

    I hope this helps! :Let me know if you have any additional questions. 
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  • Hi Bill

    I just tried everything you suggested and still having the same issue.







    Hopping again you can give me a hand.

    Regards
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  • Alright, let's have you get in touch with your nearest Support Office for assistance over the phone with this. Log on to www.alesis.com/support to contact the Support team. Their contact information is listed on that page. 
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