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Connecting the ATG-1 Floor Processor to the ATG Settings Manager


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Posted 25 July 2017 - 06:08 PM

Connecting the ATG-1 Floor Processor to the ATG Settings Manager

This guide will take you step-by-step through the process of connecting your ATG-1 Floor Processor to your computer, for the purpose of managing presets on your ATG-1 with the ATG Settings Manager.
To connect your ATG-1 Floor Processor to your computer, you will need the following:
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Before starting, please note:
• Many cheap MIDI interfaces will not work for this software transfer. You must use an interface whose manufacturer provides device-specific driver software which you must install on your computer. You can find a selection of interfaces we have tested and found to work by clicking the thumbnail below.
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Ready? Here we go:
Step 1. Plug one of the MIDI cables into the "MIDI In" port located in the back of your ATG-1 Floor Processor. Note: in some cases if using an All-in-One" MIDI Interface, this connector will be labeled "Connect to MIDI In". If you are using separate MIDI cables, connect the other end into the "MIDI Out" connector on your USB MIDI Interface.
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Step 2. Plug the other MIDI cables into the "MIDI Out" port located in the back of your ATG-1 Floor Processor. Note: in some cases if using an All-in-One" MIDI Interface, this connector will be labeled "Connect to MIDI Out". If you are using separate MIDI cables, connect the other end into the "MIDI Out" connector on your USB MIDI Interface.
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Step 3. Connect the USB from MIDI interface to a Computer running Mac OS (10.9.5 or later) or a PC (Vista or later).
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That's it!
Now that everything's connected, you can begin loading presets from the ATG Settings Manager to your ATG-1 Floor Processor.
Note: If you connect the wrong connecters to the wrong ports, don't worry. Nothing bad will happen, it just won't work. In that case, simply reverse the connectors and try again.




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