Controller Editor is a free Native Instruments app that allows you to create custom MIDI assignments and templates for NI hardware.
Do I need Controller Editor?
|Yes||Controller Editor is needed to customize MIDI control assignments and templates for some NI hardware devices.|
Controller Editor is not needed for KOMPLETE KONTROL A-SERIES, M32, and S-SERIES MK2 keyboards and TRAKTOR KONTROL S2/S4 MK3 and S3. Please see this article for more details.
|No||Controller Editor is not needed if you're not using Native Instruments hardware.|
First Steps with your NI Hardware and Controller Editor
- Connect your NI device and set it to MIDI mode. Please see this article for details on switching your NI controller to MIDI mode.
- Launch the Controller Editor software from this location on your computer:
macOS: Macintosh HD > Applications > Native Instruments > Controller Editor
Windows: C: > Program Files > Native Instruments > Controller Editor
Your NI controller should automatically be recognized.
Note: If your device is not displayed, select it from the device menu on the top-left. Please see this article if your device is still not recognized.
Controller Editor Documentation
For more info on using Controller Editor with your NI hardware, please refer to the Quick Start chapter of the Controller Editor manual.
The PDF Manuals can also be opened from the Controller Editor Help menu, or from the following location of your computer:
macOS: Macintosh HD > Applications > Native Instruments > Controller Editor > Documentation
Windows: C: > Program Files > Native Instruments > Controller Editor > Documentation