Soul-Burn wrote:I don't know if Cubase works with inc/dec
However, if you're up for a bit more work, we can work to fake relative message that Cubase likes using Midi-ox.
Get it from here http://www.midiox.com/
It's a very powerful (and low latency) midi monitor and editor.
You will have to add triggers that replace C96 and C97 with a combination of C6 and C38 (NRPN data insert) with values 1 and 16383 and set Cubase to accept the parameter as relative.
tb2496 wrote:I opened a ticket with Steinberg for this over a year ago, as I have an MPK25. sadly its still unresolved (even in Cubase 7).
Soul-Burn wrote:OK this won't work because relative only works for NoteOn message and not NRPNs.
I think you'll have to use a different approach
1. Using the controllers as normal CCs from 0 to 127, and enabling Soft Takeover in Cubase.
Soul-Burn wrote:2. Use a programmatic approach to convert the NRPN inc/dec to NoteOn with 1 and 127 (Midi-ox might do that).
Soul-Burn wrote:3. Use a programmatic approach to store current values receive from Cubase and send the correct values upstream.
Soul-Burn wrote:Before we're done, I'd like you to check whether the MPD32 can *receive* values from Cubase, if it can, it can solve our whole mess.
Set the MPD to CC mode, simple 0 to 127, and the same in Cubase.
Set the values as Receive and Transmit.
Change a value in Cubase. Did the value change in the MPD?
Change a value in the MPD, did it jump or did it continue from the correct spot?
I add to the 'flag' setting in my MPD32 Generic Remote definition file an 8 value, as I supposed that this is the correct value for the Soft takeover to be active. It doesn't work - stating this, I mean that using the involved knob leads to the same behavior as if the flag 4th bit value was not set.
tb2496 wrote:Soft takeover works for me when I set the value to 9. did you get any feedback from Steinberg (since you opened a ticket)?
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 3 guests