Wanna See SIX Launchpads Used At Once?

Then look no further      01/09/10

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An explanation of how connecting 6 Launchpads at a time opens up a new dimension to Ableton Live.

 

 

Now thats an impressive setup.- why six? Well its the maximum you can connect.

Of course you will also need AutoMap Pro to let you use that many, but what fun you could have...

 

 

 

 


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