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KNOWN ISSUE: MIDI conflict (Buttons activating the wrong functions on a supported device)

If you have created a user mapping and not saved it, or have an auto-saved mapping, sometimes you may experience what's known as a MIDI Conflict.

This means you can hit a function on say a Sixty-Two, like the Mic ON button, and it sets off an SP6 sample, or you press Flex FX and it activates a loop, etc.

To remedy this you will need to rename your MIDI folder in the _Serato_ folder.

If you have saved mappings you can copy them over after.

Follow these steps:

1. Close Serato DJ

2. In finder, go to your Music folder and find the _Serato_ folder

3. In the _Serato_ folder you’ll find the MIDI folder

4. Click on the name of the folder and rename it to MIDIOLD

5. Open Serato DJ (this will create a new MIDI folder)

Connect your hardware, and now you shouldn't have any conflicting midi information.

If you have a saved mapping, you can copy it over from the MIDIOLD folder to the newly created one.  Make sure to paste it in the XML folder, inside the new MIDI folder.