I read your blog post Mozart. I see on your “generic remote” map your aren’t using “relative” mode or “pickup” mode, which means you are using the default “jump” mode. Jump is an awful way to use a controller as the Cubase parameter will jump to the position of your hardware controller. This is nasty for volume or gain parameters.
The “transmit” feedback (LED position on the MFT) seems to work for me.
My main issue is that the MFT doesn’t work in “relative” mode, so I’m using “pickup” mode, its a bit annoying and slows down workflow.
The MFT mapping software lets you choose “ENC 3FH/41H” for their relative mode option but doesn’t seem to gel with Cubase.
I bought the MFT to control DMG Equilibrium EQ as an insert in Cubase, it does do a decent job, but if the MFT “relative” mode worked with Cubase it would be a great small controller.
I’m hoping someone from DJTT will read this and try to implement a “relative” mode that works in Cubase in their next update.