Cubase 11 will have a completely new MIDI remote and API system which allows third-party developers to write scripts for their Hardware. With a nice graphical representation of a MIDI device:
Does this mean that i can assign more than 8 quick controls (via on the fly midi learn & twirl knob action from inspector) to control a plugins parameters?
Flip through pages of quick controls
Is just a re-skin of the midi controller thingy part in device settings?
(Companies have written their own control scripts for use within cubase since forever-nothing new?)
Have you implemented control toggles/switches? - traktors controller system is lightyears ahead it seems…
What are the advantages?
-is this user configurable? As in, click learn, touch daw parameter, twist control. (For as many parameters as needed) It should be…
(One full self-made/assisted keyboard remote mapping (all ccs, all made assignments, all manually set controller value ranges) should occupy one quick control slot
(Click to open qc slot 1 to assign config 1 for keyboard X - slot 2 only accepts controller Y , etc.)
-my controller has 16 knobs, 32 buttons , 8 faders, transport… can I (on the fly -and in the flow) assign 16 knobs via quick controls to my synths/fx now?
Or how about 16 knobs, 32 buttons, assignable on the fly (using quick controls or something that works as fast and direct)?
-can we insert our own midi fx vsts directly on channels now? (Why is there no good LFO in midifx?)
-can we grab the edge of midi evens and fade in/out their volume like audio events without affecting processing/ sound or source? (Would be really cool new thing…lol)