Ableton Live Setup and Troubleshooting: Panorama T Series

Panorama T4/T6 Support

There are no files to be installed, in order to use the Panorama T series with Ableton Live.

Installation & Setup

The T series controller will emulate a MCU controller, for Mixer and Transport functions. Just make sure that you have updated your controller’s firmware and then follow these steps:

  1. Plug-in your Panorama T series controller and make sure it’s switched on (if you didn’t do so already).
  2. Launch Live.
  3. Go to the ‘Live’ menu in MacOS or the ‘Options’ menu in Windows.
  4. Select ‘Preferences…’
  5. Select the ‘Link/MIDI’ page.
  6. Select ‘MackieControl’ from the Control Surface list.
  7. For ‘Input’, select ‘PanoramaT* (Port 2)’ in Windows or ‘PanoramaT* (Mixer)’ in OS X.
  8. For ‘Output’, select ‘PanoramaT* (Port 2)’ in Windows or ‘PanoramaT* (Mixer)’ in OS X. (Images 1 and 2)
  9. Close the Preferences window
  10. Press both [Octave] buttons on the T series for the Global menu (Image 3)
  11. Turn the encoder labeled ‘DAWCTL’ to select ‘MCU’ (Image 4)
  12. Press the [Mixer] button
  13. Press the [Play] button on the T series controller.
  14. Playback should now start in Live.

Features

Once configured you will be able to control Mixer channels in banks of 8.

Control Function
Faders 1-8 Volume for channels 1-8 in the current bank.
Buttons 1-8 Mute for channels 1-8 in the current bank.
Encoders 1-8 Pan for channels 1-8 in the current bank.
Fader 9 Master Volume
[Shift] + [Track -/+] Move to the previous or next bank of 8 channels.
[<<] Rewind
[>>] Fast forward
[Stop] Stop playback/recording
[Play] Start playback
[Record] Start recording

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