Being a MIDIiot from way back-in-da-day
I really appreciate questions like this.
A friend called them: ‘MIDI Mysteries’
From my POV I don’t see how you can do this
with just the MIT (Midi Input Transformer)
A shot in the dark here.
I would start at the controller end.
Perhaps you could ‘zone’ your keyboard so that note # 1 fires on
MIDI channel 1 and note #2 fires on MIDI channel 2 etc etc.
That way what Cubase would ‘see’ is 4 keyboards coming into to it
with each keyboard playing one note each and each on it’s own MIDI channel.
As I said: A shot in the dark
There are many smart MIDI folks on this board.
Perhaps someone will have possible a solution for you.
As MIDIguitar is my primary controller,
questions like this are easy because
using the MIDI Mono mode protocol,
each string on the guitar can fire on
it’s own MIDI channel.
In essence this is what MIDIguitar really is.
6 monophonic controllers with each on it’s own MIDI channel.
HTH (hope this helps)