hmm it’s just better that I do it in the automation lanes rather than in the midi controller lanes. Automation just seems to interpolate between 2 keys.
Whatever I do (deactivate snap, press shift), the line tool will always quantize the keys so it starts to sound glitchy if you do that with a filter.
The conrete situation was this:
i had used a knob on my m audio keystation pro 88 to midilearn sylenth’s cutoff filter. It’s ofcourse very densely recorded if you do it that way and you don’t hear stepping at that point. BUt if I wanted to alter the sweep somehow because I found it more suitable to the song that it’s ab it diferent, when you start correcting it with the line tool it just keeps quantizing it.
The pencil makes lots of events too and doesn’t quantize but drawing with the pencil seems kinda unstable and I can never do a straight line with that.
I just decided to do it with vst automation.
But that still puzzles me; I find midi learn a great feature to automate stuff, but if you’re doing it on midi lanes it just seems hard and verbose to get a clean non quantized line.