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M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Cakewalk Sonar X3 & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Cakewalk Sonar X3, as well as take a brief look at some the mo

M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Pro Tools 11 & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Pro Tools 11, as well as take a brief look at some the more ad

M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Studio One 2 & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Studio One, as well as take a brief look at some the more adva

M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Bitwig Studio & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Bitwig Studio, as well as take a brief look at some the more a

M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Logic Pro X & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Logic Pro X, as well as take a brief look at some the more adv

M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro - Ableton Live 9 & Arsenal Setup
The M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro is a very versatile hardware sequencer that works with any music recording or DJ software that supports MIDI. The following guide will cover the basic setup with Ableton Live, as well as take a brief look at some the more ad

Optimizing Your System, Improving Performance, and Managing Latency
This computer optimization guide has tips that both Windows and Mac users can use to get the best performance possible while DJing or recording with their computer.

Troubleshooting Class Compliant USB Computer Peripherals
Most USB audio and MIDI computer peripherals are "Class Compliant" devices. This means that to communicate with the computer, they use drivers that are built right into the host computers operating system. In some cases, these devices may have trouble connecting due to software settings, changes to the operating system, out-of-date system drivers and even hardware problems. This guide discusses some common troubleshooting steps to determine the cause of these issues and provide some potential solutions.

32-bit vs 64-bit - Your Questions Answered
In the world of computing, the differences between 32-bit and 64-bit anything can be quite confusing. The following article helps to clarify the differences between 32 and 64-bit operating systems as well as between 32 and 64-bit programs. It also expla

Mac OS X - Problems with MIDI devices after an update
Q and A: I use a Mac, and after installing an OS update, one or more of my MIDI devices aren't communicating with the computer or are acting strangely. What should I do? The suggestions in this article should help resolve your symptoms.





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