asked Apr 10 '15 at 18:08 by mahhest (11)

I've been using Bitwig for some while now, for the purpose of workflow and the ease of using it, however, it does not work with my controller, the Akai MAX49. The keys and some pads work, thats all. No transport buttons, no faders. I just wanna be able to work as efficiently as possible. But it has been about a year I've been patiently waiting for this script after submitting requests to both Akai and Bitwig and its clear it is not even being worked on. Why not? Its pretty unbelievable that I can buy a $500 keyboard and a $300 software yet they dont work together. I really don't get it. It would take me months to learn a lick of javascript, when both companies employ a dozen people who are just there for their knowledge of javascript. All you gotta do is tell one of them to make a script for the Akai MAX49. Pretty ridiculous that it hasn't been done yet. I don't want to sell my keyboard just because you guys wont make a script for it, but I may have to stop using Bitwig...just make the script. It would mean the world to me.

I'm also looking for this.

Bit frustrating, especially since Max49 not an obscure or deprecated controller, so there should definitely be a Bitwig script available for it.

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answered Apr 12 '15 at 13:11 by adenosine (11)

edited Apr 12 '15 at 13:32

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Asked: Apr 10 '15 at 18:08

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