Has anyone gotten a touch sensitive/motor fader version of quick controls to run? Does quick controls support touch sensitivity?
I have an ICON Platform M+ which seems ideal for quick controls but I haven’t gotten it to run smoothly.
MIDI Input (Inputting CC data into Nuendo) Works
MIDI Output (sending controller data back to the M+ so the motor faders can respond) Sort of works… It’s laggy, inprecise and troublesome.
Touch sensitivity (for starting and stopping the write process): I couldn’t get this to work… Anyone?
Quick controls seems semi-set-up to support this featuring transmit and receive flags (even has a relative option!) and you can select MIDI modes like: CTRL-JLCooper for JLCooper support, or CTRL-Houston for the old Houston controller protocols, but it doesn’t seem to respond to touch sensitivity (as far as I know are usually handled through Note-on and Note-off commands).
With sample libraries getting more complex and having various CC’s for controlling all kinds of paramaters (dynamics, vibrato, volume, speed, etc) it seems like a no-brainer to have support for this as punching controller data in and out can be a real @#$& with motorless controllers. Also HUI implementation would be a DREAM, as a LOT of 8-fader, touch sensitive motor controllers support a HUI mode…