Dave Bryce Posted November 22, 2003 Share Posted November 22, 2003 Okay, I'm bummin' a bit... Unless I'm missing something somewhere, the Audio MIDI setup utility doesn't seem to have a provision to save setups...or load them, for that matter. Why this is bumming me out: I have two networked MTPs - an MTP-AV and an older MTP-II. The older one needs a battery, and consequently needs to be manually switched to be ports 9-16 and told that it's networked to another MTP every time I turn it on. If I forget to do that and boot up either Logic or DP, Audio MIDI setup promptly forgets all my synth assignments for ports 9-16 (and no, scanning the ports after I've switched the MTP to 9-16 doesn't make it relearn them - all that does is make it see the MTP). I have about 15 synths connected to the MTP II, and it's kind of a drag to have to redo all of my connections if I forget this procedure. I know, I know, I should get a new battery for the MTP, but that's not a good answer. Suppose I only want to work with one side of my studio (as is often the case).... The bottom line is that is there were a way to save an Audio MIDI setup doc somehwere, I would just be able to reload it...assuming that there were a load command as well... Mayber I'm just used to the old FreeMIDI utility that worked with DP...that let me save and load multiple setups... Has anyone else had similar experiences? Am I just missing something obvious? dB ==> David Bryce Music • Funky Young Monks <== Affiliations: Cloud Microphones • Music Player Network Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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