yes you can control a lot of the control room parameters via external controller. In order to do that you will have to setup a generic remote and assign your volume knobs to the control room volume controls.
Yes I know this option, I forgot to say, that there is everything posible, but not to control the volume. I can create command on generic remote (under devices setup) … and if I go to my command, there is everything… mute unmute, select monitor etc… but not the option to change volume by a volume (level) knob (0-127 midi data)
btw… Control Room levels (also headphones) could be driven up to +6db, but is it possible to set it to zero db (0) as the maximum level? Simply, that it will stop at zero on the dial knob highest volume?
thx a lot.
I was searching for an answer and found this older thread; I’ll add my own findings for future searchers like me!
To accomplish this in Cubase 12 Pro I used the MIDI Remote tab, edited the controller, and assigned a knob (which was configured as Absolute in the actual controller’s own setup software) in the Mapping Assistant to be associated with the following command:
Control Room > Main > Level
Now it works! (You could also try Relative and see what it does. I used the default “Jump” Value Mod. as well.) Just FYI, I am using the Akai MPK Mini Plus controller.
They need to have a modern GUI designer redesign the whole MIDI setup interface, imho.