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How can I get my Roland Dp-10 damper pedal to work with my novation remote sl and axiompro 61 again? I use a mac and logic studio and it has been working fine up until recently.

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Look for a setting "pedal polarity" someplace either in the software or in the units.

Read section 2.4.2 of the Axiom manual. Also Appendix E where sustain is documented. The sustain is controller 64. I would use method 1 of the 2.4.2 writeup. You actuate the control (pedal) which arms the unit to accept setup sequence for that particular input.

You want to turn on MIDI output for the sustain pedal. Now remember that a Roland pedal has revese polarity of MOST others and that may needs to be setup. It is NOT clear from the documentation if the Axiom recognizes the reverse sense of the pedal, but it should. It SHOULD sense the pedal is normally closed and when you actuate it sense the change so you can configure it.

Some of the software MAY try to configure the Axiom and ASSUME the pedal is the more common polarity and undo the programming you have done.

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