Yeah in Reaper I tried it out, set up key commands for MIDI Reverse and Invert. Super slick. Ableton also has the option for both as well. SLick there also. It’s also great because you can drag the MIDI right from Cubase into either Ableton or Reaper, do the function, and then export it out to a folder, drag and drop from there back into Cubase. A small hassle but I have been willing to do it.
I got a response from the person that asked in the forum I linked above. He said the “VST 3 Invert” method mentioned works…
Excellent! I was confused about the mirror function in the logical editor when I looked it up online, because Cubase also has a mirror function under:
And I wasn’t sure if there was any differentiation between the two. I know the one under the MIDI>Functions>Mirror horizontally flips the notes (retrograde). And I wasn’t sure that the Logical Editor “Mirror” function did this vertically (inversion).
So… it seems that the two Mirror functions are indeed different…? (The MIDI>Functions>Mirror function does this horizontally, and then the Mirror function in the logical Editor as you have it set up does this vertically, as you said, around a chosen note,which in the case you posted, is C3…?)
Sorry for asking what seems to be a redundant question, I wish I had a way to test it out myself for absolute clarity but there’s no Logical Editor in Cubase Elements.
However, it seems we’re all on point…
From the online documentation:
This is only available when Action Target is set to Value 1 or Value 2. When this option is selected, the values will be “mirrored” around the value set in the Parameter 1 column.
In the case of notes, this will invert the scale, with the key set in the Parameter 1 column as “center point”.