like Cubase’s own MCU implementation, my MIDI Remote script excludes input and output buses. If you’d like to include them, you can open the script file with a text editor, search for .excludeInputChannels() and remove it. I’m thinking about adding some config options to the top of the script file to simplify channel visibility configuration a bit. Until then, just removing .excludeInputChannels() should do the trick.
Hey, no probs – when you follow the setup instructions, you know where the script is located. Also, I didn’t mention this earlier: After editing the script file, you’ll have to restart Cubase so it will pick up your change.
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Nope, you’ll be downloading the MIDI Remote script for your QCon. Just follow the instructions to the very end. After that, you can modify the script, but you should go through the instructions first to set it up and make sure everything works without the modification.
I have downloaded the script and modified it, but since I work with hardware instruments through MIDI, I also put the midi channels in the mixing console, what I don’t understand is why I put two channels for each midi channel, I deduce that I put one channel audio linked to that midi channel. The problem is that I had all the channels messed up on the mixer and I only wanted the input busses, so I modified the script by overriding the midi channels that I don’t need to control with the mixer, just to create the midi mapping…
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I have seen another “small” problem, it is that the audio channels are mixed with the input busses, That is to say… instead of all the audio channels being together (ch1 to ch16) and the input buses together (bus1 to bus16), they appear on the mixing console ordered as follows: ch1 bus1 ch2 bus2 ch3 bus3… …
This makes it very difficult to mix.
Do you know any way to get them organized?
In the script I only enabled the input buses and disabled the midi channels, I have not touched anything about the order that the channels appear in Icon.
Do you know how to get all the channels of the same type to appear together instead of mixed? because it is very annoying to have:
fader1 (icon) = audio1
fader2 (icon)= bus1
fader3 (icon)= audio2
fader4 (icon)= bus2
Previously, the same thing happened to me with the midi channels and that’s why I disabled them, but obviously I can’t disable the audio channels.