Midi Fighter 3D - Set Up Instructions

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TRAKTOR

1. Download the Midi Fighter Utility, it is an essential tool for configuring and updating your Midi Fighter

2. Plug in your Midi Fighter 3D via USB (not to a USB hub) and follow the onscreen instructions on the utility.

3. Make sure your Midi Fighter is in "Traktor Mode" in the Utility. Find out what Ableton and Traktor mode mean in the Midi Fighter Utility

4. Once you have the firmware up to date you need to download a mapping Here are the mappings

5. Import your mapping.

  • If you are using only one controller click the big import button in the preferences menu between export and setup wizard and check all available boxes under "select categories to import"
  • If you are using your Midi Fighter with another controller read this article on how to import multiple TSI files

6. Go to Preferences > Controller Manager and select the Midi Fighter mapping in the Device drop down menu. There may be more than one. Select one line at a time and set the in and out ports to your Midi Fighter.

7. If your effects aren't working correctly then you need to import the effects settings again. Use the big import button between export and set up wizard in the preferences menu under controller manager. Import the *.tsi file again and only check "effects settings" under "select categories to import"

 

Read up on all the midi spec's of the MF3D in our comprehensive User Guide

If you want to use your Midi Fighter 3D in Remix Deck Mode, please see the Remix Deck Mode Guide

 

ABLETON

1. Download the Midi Fighter Utility, it is an essential tool for configuring and updating your Midi Fighter

 

2. Plug in your Midi Fighter Pro via USB (not to a USB hub) and follow the onscreen instructions on the utility.

3. Make sure your Midi Fighter is in "Ableton Mode" in the Utility. Find out what Ableton and Traktor mode mean in the Midi Fighter Utility

4. Open Ableton Live

5. Go to Preferences > Midi/Sync

6. Go to the Midi Ports section and turn remote on for the input and output of the Midi Fighter. You will also need to turn track on for the input and output of the Midi Fighter. More information about what this means

    1. Quit Live
    2. Double click the live pack
    3. Select the destination to save the file
    4. Find the file you saved and open it in Live
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