when you press “e” on a midi track (wich i never did in my entire life with cubase and nuendo)
if you display the output chain you see 1/your midi track 2/the VSTi track 3/the group (if any) 4/the output.
my problem is the 2/VSTi track is always wrong !! it always displays the #1output of my VSTi.
i properly set in the inspector the output corresponding to the good midi track but the output chain is wrong.
inspector show for exemple in a kontakt instrument of 8:
miditrack 2 goes to midi channel 2
related instrument track is set to #2 so if i clic on the “e” edit instrument channel settings in inspector i get the right edit channel window.
but if i clic on “e” from the top edit channel settings (midi track) the output chain always display the #1 output of kontakt.
for years i complain about the fact that when working on a midi track if you press the short cut “EDIT CHANNEL SETTINGS” you get the settings of the actual midi channel. Of course this make sense but it’s totally useless from my experience.
When you are on a midi track what you allways want to display is the “Edit instrument channel settings” related to this midi track to set all the mix parameters and automation related to that midi inst. the only way to do it is to make sure you are in Inspector mode, clic “e” from the instrument but don’t forget to desactivate project sync mix+edit or you loose the auto rec enable on your midi track that allows you to send midi data to the VSTi while setting the sound… (still following me ?)
why is there no “Edit instrument channel settings” shortcut avalaible
am i doing something wrong ?
doesn’t this need to be fixed ?