johngar wrote:I can't answer point 1.
But for point 2, program a button for the Jog wheel with the Right and Left ARROW keys. This will not only scroll tracks, but scroll anywhere where you ........
johngar wrote:I can't answer point 1.
But for point 2, program a button for the Jog wheel with the Right and Left ARROW keys. This will not only scroll tracks, but scroll anywhere where you would use arrow keys, for example in the open Plugin list.
You can follow these instructions:
You create a soft key assignment so then when it is pushed, the Artist Control Jog wheel will take on the function you assign to it, until it is pushed again.
You go to Eucontrol and go to the "softkey" tab, there you will find a drop down window with the different devices that you can program.
Select TU Wheel, (I know you don't own it, but that does not matter)
Double click the "Jog" button.
A window pops up, at the top select "Add" ,a window pops up to name your new custom command.
After you name it, you are left with a screen that has the drop down menu for "Turn Jog Right" and "Turn Jog Left"
So what you need to do in Cubase is, assign a keyboard keycommand to what you want the jog wheel to do when you turn right and left, this can be anything, in your case Right and Left Arrow keys.
Now on this screen under Command drop down menu, select "Key" and enter the Cubase Keycommand you want to trigger.
Do the same for the "Turn Jog Left".
now close that window
Back on the "softkeys" tab select "surface" or "touchscreen" depending on where you want to put the button to "activate" the special jog function.
after selecting a location
Select the "command" to program to that softkey
THIS IS THE IMPORTANT PART in the command drop down menu, your going to select "wheel"
then in the Wheel drop down menu on the right select the icon that look like an MC Control
and select "Jog"
under that in the "function" drop down menu, Select you custom jog function you named.
now when you hit that softkey, the jog wheel will take on that function that you programmed until you hit that softkey again to turn it off.
You can put ANY key command on the Jog wheel this way.
from this thread:
To create a custom Jog command:
1 Select Wheel from the Section pop-up menu. The Soft Key Wheel window opens.
(Creating a command in the Soft Keys tab
It is normal for the window to show an image of the Artist Transport.)
2 Double-click the Jog label. The Jog Wheel Command Editor opens.
3 Click the + button and select Arrow Keys as the name for the command. Note that the lower pop-up is set to Turn Jog Right. TheJog Wheel must be programmed to turn right and left.
4 Click the Add pop-up menu and select the Key command type.
5 Select Down Arrow from the Insert Special pop-up menu. You have assigned the command for the Jog Wheel to turn right, now
assign it to turn left.
Soft Key Wheel
6 Select Turn Jog Left and select the Key command type from the Add pop-up menu.
7 Select Up Arrow from the Insert Special pop-up menu.
8 Close the Jog Wheel Command Editor. You can now select a Soft Key to press to assign it to the Jog Wheel.
To assign a Soft Key for the new Jog Wheel command:
1 In the Soft Key tab of EuControl, select Artist Control Surface from the Section pop-up.
2 Find a blank Soft Key and double-click it. You may need to select a different (or new) page to find a blank key. The Soft Key
Command Editor dialog opens.
3 Select the Wheel command type from the Add pop-up menu.
4 Select Artist Control’s Jog from the Wheel pop-up menu. Make sure to select Artist Control’s Jog (bottom) and not Artist Transport’s
Jog (top). Icons beside their labels make this clear.
5 Select Function > Custom > arrow keys.
6 Close the Soft Key Command Editor.
Soft Keys dialog
Voyageur wrote:..... You can create your own wheel command and affect it to a softkey. You have to program how the wheel acts when you turn it left (with a EuCon or Key command) and how it acts when you turn it right.
I'm currently writing a soft to program the Artist series so I searched à lot of informations about these.
Hope this helps
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