Undo MIDI volume change

Hi all,
I can’t Undo a MIDI volume change, using Mixer’s Undo button.
I don’t have any MIDI remote activated (or even connected).
I’m on Cubase Pro 13.0.50. Both Mac and PC show the same bug (?).
To reproduce:

  • Create a project with a MIDI track and an Instrument track (for example).
  • Move the instrument track fader in the Mixer. Click undo and the fader goes back to its inital position
  • Move the MIDI track fader in the Mixer. Click undo and the fader stays at the same position.
    Bug or did I do something wrong (and probably stupid)?
    Can anyone test this and let me know if you can reproduce this ?
    Thanks!

Hi,

This works as define the Mixer History doesn’t take MIDI tracks in account.

Not sure I fully understand what you said, but I guess that you confirm what I saw.
Thanks Martin :blush:

Dear Bio,

today Todd started to work as a Mixer defining the History, but he did not take MIDI tracks into account.

I guess that could be the start of a novel.

Confirmed. It’s easily reproduceable, after having activated the History panel of the MixConsole left area :

  • any volume change on an instrument track is listed in the History panel.
  • any volume change on a MIDI track remains invisible in it, thus, not undoable, as ctrl + Z doesn’t work in the MixConsole.
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I guess that could be the start of a novel.

:joy:

I guess this is because of the Off value. There is no way to know what the MIDI volume was before the change, since the Midi org never defined default values for the CCs. But history could still be used if the MIDI volume was set before the change…

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