Blog Products: :kontroller

How to access the CONFIG menu on :kontroller if it locked?

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The CONFIG menu on :kontroller can be deactivated / locked to prevent accidental changes of critical :kontroller settings. This setting can be changed via KLANG:app (Admin mode) > login to :kontroller > CONFIG > INFO > Set Menu > Config Menu

A long button press (>3sec) on AMB/AUX activates CONFIG menu access if one of the following criteria is met:

  • AMB/AUX menu is currently shown
  • Within the first 10sec after :kontroller is booted
  • :kontroller is currently not connected to any mix

How to backup all settings and collect log files?

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Where it used to be two different processes to gather log files and presets from KLANG hardware via USB export and email logs , K:a now collects all logs automatically. Follow this link for more details.

Can I protect channels from changes?

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Yes, channels can be hidden in KLANG:app running musician or personal mode and on kontrollers and therefore be protected from changes. Follow this link for more details.

Can I hide unused Mixes?

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Yes. Follow this link for more details.

Is there a way to preview my mixes on the :kontroller surface?

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Yes, KLANG:app offers a simulation of the :kontroller interface. Follow this link for more details.

Can I customize :kontroller’s feature set for my production?

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Many features of :kontroller can be activated and deactivated to offer the exact feature set required for the production. Follow this link for more details.

How to change mixing parameters for many channels or mixes at the same time?

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You can set values for specific parameters for channels in all mixes. Follow this link for more details.

How to reorder Groups?

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The order of groups can also be changed. Use the move up and move down icon to move a group and all its member channels one position up or down. Follow this link for more details.