Setting up with Mixcraft

In this page we’ll be getting Dubler 2 set up in Mixcraft.

First make sure that you have the Dubler application open, and that you’ve followed the in app steps to calibrate a mic. If you need, we have set up guides for calibrating your mic on both Mac and Windows.

Once this is done, open Mixcraft's Preferences under the file tab in the top left corner, then head to the MIDI tab. You can then select 'Dubler2' from the Input devices
Once this is done you can now navigate to the 'Sound Device' tab in Settings where we can set our output. It’s important here to select the appropriate drivers in order to work with Dubler at low latency.
First, you must select ASIO as your driver type. Then select either your audio interface’s drivers or ASIO4ALL via the ASIO device drop down menu.
IMPORTANT: If you don’t have an audio interface that comes with it’s own ASIO drivers you'll need to use ASIO4ALL as your output in Mixcraft in order to get low latency. You can find out how to set up ASIO4ALL here.
Once you’ve selected the device, open the control panel via ‘Open Mixer’ and make sure your buffer size is set to 128 samples or below. The control panel will vary depending on your selected device.
You can now close the control panel and click 'OK' to exit the preferences.

In Mixcraft you can change the MIDI channel your active track is receiving information from by clicking on the downward facing arrow to open the drop down menu. Hover over 'Dubler2' and select which channel you want.
By default, Channel 1 receives MIDI information from the PITCH side of Dubler and Channel 10 receives MIDI information from the TRIGGERS side of Dubler. You can change this in the Assign Tab in Dubler.
After this, make sure the track is armed and Dubler is now ready to use with the selected MIDI channel.
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