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Is there a way to know if this app (and similar apps) would work with with this MIDI controller (and in general any MIDI controller). Is there a specific way to tell? (not sure if it matters, but I use a Mac)

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    I wouldn't be an authority on this sort of issue but from my experience, most USB MIDI controllers are plug and play, ie, function without any sort of installation/drivers. I am also a Mac user and have had a couple different controllers but they have all been M-Audio. These functioned in both GarageBand and Logic Pro. I could imagine some apps not being as good at handling all controllers but it seems unlikely that a newer app would have a hard time managing controllers. In other words, you're probably all set but maybe try to reach out to the maker of the app or controller to confirm. – Basstickler Jan 26 '15 at 21:02
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contact the developer and ask. in general midi devices have changed very little since the late 80s. All are interchangeable. The big question is does that midi device have a device driver for the operating system you have.

so do your homework - contact the developer; contact the device manufacturer (or just read the device manufacturer's manual which is undoubtedly available on their website)

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