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Xponent configuration for Mac OS X
Xponent is designed to work with Torq "out of the box". This means you can simply install the Xponent drivers*, install and run the Torq software, and you're ready to go. All of the knobs, buttons, sliders, and wheels on Xponent will be automatically assigned to control their corresponding on-screen controls and application behaviors. No further configuration is necessary.
* See the following Xponent driver installation guide for Mac OS X.
Here is how Torq's audio preferences should be configured (by default) on Mac OS X:
With M-Audio Xponent selected as the Audio Interface; the Master Output should be assigned to output 1 -- output 2; and the Cue Output should be assigned to output 3 -- output 4.
If any of Xponents knobs, buttons, sliders, or wheels do not control their corresponding on-screen control, try Resetting the Default MIDI Map for Xponent in Torq.
For more information on using the Xponent or Torq, visit the Torq-DJ Forum and check out the free tutorial videos.