Appendix 8: Newly Added Control Surface Documentation

RegistrationMixcraft Main Window ReferenceLoading and Saving ProjectsMixcraft Audio Signal FlowMIDI BasicsMixing Down to Audio and Video FilesRendering VideosBurning Audio CDsMarkersUsing Virtual InstrumentsPlug-In ManagerRewireSeparate Music Into StemsUsing Natively Supported Hardware ControllersUsing Generic MIDI Controllers and Control SurfacesThe Mixcraft 10 Controller Script APIMusical Typing Keyboard (MTK)PreferencesMain Window MenusHotkeysCursorsTroubleshootingGlossaryAppendix 1: Using Melodyne for Basic Vocal TuningAppendix 2: Backing up Mixcraft Projects and DataAppendix 3: Nifty Uses for Output Bus TracksAppendix 4: Transmitting MIDI Clock/Sync to External DevicesAppendix 5: Creative Commons License TermsAppendix 6: Natively Supported Hardware ControllersAppendix 7: Copyrights and Trademarks

With the new scripting API available in Mixcraft 10, extended controller support is available. New controller scripts are being added regularly.

To check if you have a supported controller, open Mixcraft Preferences and select Control Surfaces from the list on the left. Clicking the downward arrow for the Type entry will show the list of available controllers. The Input and Output will need to be set accordingly. Many controllers have a separate MIDI in and out for DAW control, so please consult the documentation in this manual for specific controllers, when applicable.

If you have a suggestion for a controller, please let us know!