G-string wrote:first impressions I like it , the leap is pretty responsive and for the basic start and stop you don't have to move your hands much with the gestures .
Thumbs up here , it's a pretty smart idea .
nice one Steinberg
sming wrote:@ JMCecil: Thanks for your feedback and glad that you gave it a try.
Some tips for ya before the tutorials arrive: try to relax your hand when performing the gestures.
As for the swipe gestures, the illustrations in the Quick Start Guide are potentially misleading. The functions can be done comfortably when you swipe in this manner:
Try to orientate your palm such that it is more or less parallel to the Leap/table surface, while your fingers are comfortably wide-spread (Big 5) during the swipe motion. And, please don't swipe too quickly, moderate speed would do the best.
The catch is that, the Leap device needs to recognize your hand and fingers for optimal detection.
All in all, appreciate your kind inputs!
JMCecil wrote:Just to clarify, I've had my Leap Motion device through the tail end of the device beta program. I've written my own control apps (I wrote a plugin for Viso to flip through designs, zoom/scroll for example). So, I'm fairly proficient with it. Remember, I have already configured a large portion of the Air capability into Geco and have been messing with various combinations of gestures for controlling Cubase via GR that go beyond what Air is doing. And I've been doing that for about 6 months.
JMCecil wrote:So, what I'm saying is, as a person who is proficient with the Leap Motion device. I could use the start/stop and scroll functions easily. The zoom function was very figity to get it to recognize zoom mode because it sucks at recognizing my 2nd hand isn't just fingers on my other hand. I can't get track select swiping to work. And, if I set the sensitivity to a point where I even have a shot at getting it to quickly recognize my hand that I'm trying to gesture, then it erratically goes into start/stop and the other mode (sorry there is a shuttle mode or something, I'm not at my computer and can't remember the exact mode it pops into).
JMCecil wrote:I didn't provide the feedback as a complaint. I think it's great you guys are going down this path.
sming wrote: We hope you understand that we are trying our best to assist you here. Again, thanks for your kind feedback and support.
Can I use cubase ic air for control on cc midi like cc1 cc11 and cc7... for drawing midi curve ?
thanks for answer
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