Editing midi data in controller lanes

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Editing midi data in controller lanes

Post by peterbaldwin108 » Tue Jun 13, 2017 8:43 am

Hello all,

Are there any recent developments with the implementation of automation lanes in Play mode? In version 1.0.30 I have only been able to find ways to edit note lengths and offsets, etc. Nothing is apparently available for editing such parameters as attack, timbre, vibrato, and expression, etc. I bought this software under the impression that whilst it would not have anywhere near the exhaustive functionality of Cubase, it would nonetheless cover these basic elements of graphic editing.

I have the Spitfire Symphonic Orchestra series and am excited by their newly implemented UACC technology which implements varied values for CC 32, to switch articulations and expression. Is this something you are interested in accommodating in further updates of Doroco?

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Re: Editing midi data in controller lanes

Post by Daniel at Steinberg » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:17 am

I'm afraid that editing of controller and VST parameter data is not yet implemented, and although there will be significant improvements in the functionality and usability of Play mode in the forthcoming Dorico 1.1 update, we have not yet managed to devote the time needed to getting this kind of continuous data editing implemented, but it is absolutely in our plans. I hope that you will nevertheless be pleased with the progress we have made on Play mode when you see the new update.

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Re: Editing midi data in controller lanes

Post by fratveno » Tue Jun 13, 2017 6:49 pm

peterbaldwin108 wrote:I have the Spitfire Symphonic Orchestra series and am excited by their newly implemented UACC technology which implements varied values for CC 32, to switch articulations and expression. Is this something you are interested in accommodating in further updates of Doroco?
There's nothing stopping you from using UACC in Dorico right now, but you will have to write the Expression maps yourself. I'd consider it unlikely that Steinberg will provide any, but who knows...
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