We already have something very similar integrated in our own MIDI learn system for many years.Go to the MIDI learn page, assign a controller to a parameter. Now switch to the MIDI table page, and in the parameter tab, scroll down to the end of the list and select “Last clicked control”. Now that MIDI CC controls whatever plugin parameter you click on with the mouse.
But I couldn’t find such a setup window
I know the midi remote window, Aiknob is also working, but the AI knob doesn’t work on all vst, so
I’m looking for that feature, can someone explain it to me in pictures or in writing again?
If I were in your shoes I’d go to https://www.deepl.com/ create a nice translation of your question to English that includes all the things you already know and some of the plugins that work and some that fail.
Then I’d ask that question here (August 15 2023 Club Cubase Live Stream - YouTube) before the start of the livestream. This gives you a realistic chance to be the first to get your question answered by Greg
What are they talking about in that thread? It’s not Cubase, I don’t think.
The closest thing in Cubase, as already mentioned, would be the AI knob. If the AI knob does not work in certain plugins, I’m afraid that would be an issue for the plugin manufacturer.
Although not MIDI, Cubase lets you use the scroll wheel on your mouse to quickly change parameters your mouse cursor is hovering over. It would be technically possible to translate MIDI CC data from an endless encoder to mouse scroll wheel messages. I don’t have any further information on how to accomplish this in practice, but if you’re on Windows, I would start by exploring Bome’s MIDI Translator Pro and AutoHotKey after that if the former can’t do it on its own.
The way I read it is U-He, creator of the Zebra VSTi that is being discussed, is saying that their plugins have their own way of doing it, but it only works in U-He plugins. For some reason, they chose to not implement support for AI knob in their plugins.