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 **'​MIDI Mapping'​** refers to the ability of software to **assign control** of a parameter to a **knob** or **fader**, just by operating that knob or fader. **'​MIDI Mapping'​** refers to the ability of software to **assign control** of a parameter to a **knob** or **fader**, just by operating that knob or fader.
  
-You can use MIDI mapping with the Motion Synth, ​but you will be **assigning control** of a parameter to a **motion** or **orientation**. Each [[public:​orientation_and_motion_inputs|motion or orientation]] is sent by a [[public:​modules_motion_tab|module]] in the [[public:​motion_tab|Motion Tab]].+You can use MIDI mapping with the Motion Synth, ​and you will be **assigning control** of a parameter to a **motion** or **orientation**. Each [[public:​orientation_and_motion_inputs|motion or orientation]] is sent by a [[public:​modules_motion_tab|module]] in the [[public:​motion_tab|Motion Tab]].
  
-Software ​applications like **Ableton Live** ​or **Reason** ​feature MIDI mappingMIDI mapping is turned on within ​these programs, and it should only be **'​on'​** when you are assigning control (not when you are trying to perform ​any music).+MIDI mapping is a feature of software ​applications like **Ableton Live****Reason**, and **Logic**Within ​these programs ​MIDI mapping ​should only be **'​on'​** when you are mapping a motion or orientation to a sound parameter, ​not when you are trying to perform music.
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