New user here, so forgive my stupid questions, but if these can be answered it would be of great value to me!
- Midi Fader - I control midi volume with a fader on my keyboard. Works perfectly well, data gets recorded, no problems. In the inspector, I see the “MIDI Fader” Section, and it doesn’t move or reflect my volume automation, nor does it move with my physical fader on my keyboard. Also panning is far left and says OFF… when the instrument i’m playing is in the middle… Oddly, if I move these faders/pans, it DOES affect the instrument i’m playing… Did I set something up wrong? (also, while we are discussing, whats the point in having READ/WRITE on a midi track? When it reads MIDI CC, regardless if READ is on?)
- I was testing my Audio recording workflow yesterday and noticed something that is a bit annoying. I only have 2 inputs. I usually just use 1 90% of the time. So I have a bunch of audio tracks routed to Input 1 ready to go in my template. Now, I purposefully took off the preference where if you select an audio track, it record enables it. I like that preference for MIDI but not audio, as I’ll edit other audio tracks while recording audio… But I noticed that I can engage record on multiple audio tracks even if they are ALL set to INPUT 1. This is a bit annoying because, say i’m recording a track, then want to switch to another track to record something else, I have to Un-record the current track, and then record enable the new track. My question is - Can I set it to only record enable 1 input at a time? As in, it would be impossible to record more than 2 tracks with the same input?
- Editing Automation Data Points - In every other DAW i’ve worked in, there’s usually a modifying key (option, cmd, shift, tab, etc) that if you hold it down, you can grab one automation point, then drag it over and it will erase other automation points as you drag. I use this all the time in DP, Live, PT, etc. Is this a setting or is there a modifying key to do this?
Thank you so much! I’ve scanned the forums as much as I can and read the manual. But I just haven’t quite found the exact answer for these questions.