I’m trying to figure out if there’s a difference between the relative modes in the MIDI remote, in terms of the resolution that we will experience in Cubendo:
Relative Signed Bit.
Relative Binary Offset.
Relative Twos Complement.
Right now I’m using relative signed bit. With the lowest possible change (value 1 to increase, value 65 to decrease), I still don’t get as “high-resolution” as when I’m using the fader on my Icon Platform which sends 14-bit pitchbend.
Does Cubendo just conceive all the relative modes as 7-bit?
You’re pretty much correct in your assumption. There is no benefit in resolution from using relative encoders in Cubase’s MIDI Remote. Cubase does not expose any multiplier for scaling when using any of the relative modes.
See this topic: