Heeeeee’s baaaaaaack. Now I want to become a Logidy Jedi Master.
Now I’m trying to make a single press and release action on ONE Logidy button do TWO things, e.g. start Record when the button is depressed and Stop Record when the SAME button is released, using the “2.5 Release Message Function” in the manual.
My understanding is that you turn the Release Message Function to “ON” by clicking on and turning the “Release Msg” button at the top of the desired “button sequencer” to “ON” or red. DONE.
You then insert the CC # for the SECOND desired action in the “V2” field of that same button sequencer, which is supposed to occur when you RELEASE the same button. On the same line as the line that has the RECORD CC 119 in the V1 spot.
So I inserted the “Stop” CC 117 in the V2 field. The V1 field still has the “RECORD” CC 119 in the V1
So presumably depressing the first switch sends a CC 119 “RECORD” command to Cubase and releasing the same switch sends a CC 117 “STOP” command, thereby starting and stopping the record function with a single press and release action of the same first Logidy button (the one that was succesfully putting Cubase into the RECORD mode).
Note that I changed nothing in the Generic Remote of Cubase which was already set up per your instructions and worked fine as I reported in the prior scenario where first button was Record, second button was Play, and third button was Stop. I simply now want to record as long as the first switch is depressed and Stop recording when the same first switch is released.
And I sent the new Logidy setup to Logidy and saved it.
Only problem is it doesn’t friggin’ work as desired. Pressing the first button still puts Cubase into Record mode
but releasing it does nothing and I have to stop Record with the third button.
What am I doing wrong ? Grrrrrrrrrr…