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    JABB Reference Sheet

    I posted this in General Discussion, but it's probably better off here.

    I put together a a 1-page (front and back) reference sheet with all of the controller/keyswitch/mapping/etc. information for JABB. I'm going to laminate it and keep it with my laptop so that I don't have to carry around and rummage through my manual every time I want to try something new with JABB.

    -The front page is a chart of all of the controllers, keyswitches, and mappings for each instrument.

    -The back page is a list of the drum and percussion mappings (scanned right out of the JABB manual).

    In the interests of saving space, I left out a few controllers where they were obvious, common, or duplicate (like pitch-bend, velocity, sus. pedal, etc).

    http://www.uglybassett.com/Data/gJab...renceSheet.pdf

    Enjoy -- and let me know if there's anything that needs to be fixed...
    chris.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CallMeZoot
    I posted this in General Discussion, but it's probably better off here.

    I put together a a 1-page (front and back) reference sheet with all of the controller/keyswitch/mapping/etc. information for JABB. I'm going to laminate it and keep it with my laptop so that I don't have to carry around and rummage through my manual every time I want to try something new with JABB.

    -The front page is a chart of all of the controllers, keyswitches, and mappings for each instrument.

    -The back page is a list of the drum and percussion mappings (scanned right out of the JABB manual).

    In the interests of saving space, I left out a few controllers where they were obvious, common, or duplicate (like pitch-bend, velocity, sus. pedal, etc).

    http://www.uglybassett.com/Data/gJab...renceSheet.pdf

    Enjoy -- and let me know if there's anything that needs to be fixed...
    chris.
    This was a fantastic help for me. Thanks a lot!

    Lennart Christianson

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    Thanks, this is a very good help for me

    Ralf

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    [QUOTE=CallMeZoot]I posted this in General Discussion, but it's probably better off here.

    Thank you so much, this clarify to a newbie like what can be controlled by midi and what by performance.

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    never did say thanks for this. Very useful, thanks (also the GPO.)

    Do you own the Strad? (hint, hint... )
    Dasher
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    It's all about the music - really. I keep telling myself that...

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    I don't own the strad yet, but I will probably buy it when it is released with the Kontakt Player. I'm sure I'll get around to making a "cheat sheet" for that one too.

    chris.

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    Smile Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    If you want to clean this up a bit, you could just use the PDF pages out of the manual on the CD instead of scanning the printed ones...

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    Chris
    Very handy summary sheets. Your work on this is greatly appreciated.
    Paul
    Mac Pro 2X2.8 Ghz Quad-Core Intel Xenon, 10Gb 800 MHz DDR2 FB-DIMM, OS10.6.4, Finale 2011, Digital Performer 7.1, Altiverb 6, Yamaha S90, Built-in audio, GPO, JABB, Garritan Authorized Steinway (Pro), Reason 3, M-Audio Ozone, Giovani, Symphonic Choirs, Kontakt 2, Vienna Symphonic Library. Website:http://www.paulread.ca

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    Re: JABB Reference Sheet

    seriously, thanks chris, i really appreciate your efforts in this! i wish everything was as clearly laid out as these ref. sheets.
    Sam

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