First, make sure that you have the Dubler application open, and check that the Dubler mic is connected. The Vochlea logo at the top of the app will light up when the mic is connected.
Once this done make sure that Enable MIDI remote control is selected on the Options drop-down menu, ‘MIDI input’ will be disabled otherwise
In MIDI settings select Dubler from the Input section and select (generic controller) from the Controller type menu. Once this is selected make sure to click Enable below the input box
If this is successful the MIDI activity light on the main panel will blink each time controller data is received.
In the channel rack you can lock a channel to receive information from a certain MIDI channel in Dubler. To do this, right click on the selected channel go to Receive notes from -> Dubler and then select the channel you’d like to take information from
By default the pitch side works on MIDI channel 1. Triggers works on MIDI channel 10
Note: If you have selected a channel on the channel rack it will receive information from all Channels. Locking the channel will allow you to play them at all times whatever you have selected