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    Default Assigning Axiom49 drum pads in Reason?

    I got my Keyboard Keys as well as the pitch and mod knobs working without a hitch. The drumpads work but I have no idea how to assign them to the sound that I actually want them to trigger, same goes for the sliders and knobs at the top of the keyboard. Do I need a special program or something to assign them?

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    Do you have the 1st gen Axiom with the LCD on the left, or the new 2nd gen with the LCD on the right?

    What version of Reason are you running?

    For the drum pads to work with ReDrum, they need to send the correct MIDI note.

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    I think its the 2nd gen, the lcd is in the center of the keyboard. Im running reason 5. How do I set which midi note is being played? also does it only work with redrum? I actually prefer to use kong

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