In the market, there are hundreds of programs that make the mixer handle the volumes, panoramic, etc … of midi tracs.
Products with far less history than Cubase (Examples: Cakewalk Sonar, Protools, Symphonix evolution, Midi Player, GoPlay, Sweet MIDI, Audacity, Anvil Studio, etc …).
Do not tell me, that it is technically impossible when other programs do perfectly.
I’m using Cakewalk Sonar (and some older version of Cubase, in the past). And both manage audio and MIDI channels at the same time, perfectly.
Why Cubasis mixer can’t handle the volume of midi tracks, without requiring access to the CC 7 individual data of each track ??
What parameter I need set up?
This is my question:
Why Cubasis mixer, can’t select a MIDI output, and lets you select audio outputs only ??
In the Cubasis help, Mixer section, there is a part that says:
Output Display. ([-> 1/2)
MIDI and audio tracks can be up to 24 individually Assigned outputs (12 stereo pairs) Simultaneously…etc…
How I can to assign the midi output at the little window in upper left corner of trac mixer ([-> 1/2)??
Another question. Why, when I mute a trac, midi notes are dreaming hooked?