To control Omnisphere using the Novation Circuit Mono Station, you’ll need to do the following:
- Using a USB cable, connect the Circuit Mono Station to your computer.
- If you’re using a Windows-based system, download the Novation USB 2.11 Driver
- Make certain that the Circuit Mono Station is configured as the MIDI input in the host software you’re using (DAW, Standalone, etc.)
- Activate the Novation Circuit Mono Station Hardware Profile in Omnisphere 2.5 or higher.
MIDI OUTPUT SETUP
Hold down the SHIFT key and power on the Circuit Mono Station. Make certain the MIDI Note Data, MIDI CC Data and External clock control options/pads are turned on.
Power the Circuit Mono Station off and turn it back on again normally.
WINDOWS USB DRIVER
Download and install the latest Windows USB Driver (version 2.11 or higher) from the Novation site here.
Open your host (DAW, Standalone, etc.) and make sure the MIDI interface you’ve connected the Circuit Mono Station to is enabled as a MIDI input device.
|Omnisphere Standalone||Pro Tools|
Open Omnisphere and from the header select the HW menu button:
From the drop-down menu, select “Novation Circuit Mono Station” to activate that hardware profile.
The following Circuit Mono Station controls have no effect on Omnisphere:
- Master Volume
Not working? Here are some things to try:
- Make sure the MIDI Channel is set to Ch.1
- Is the MIDI Out port set up properly?
- Is your DAW receiving MIDI from the Circuit Mono Station?
Still not working? More questions?
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