CubaseUser wrote:So I right click the parameter in studio one, "assign command" and press the button on my hardware?
"Assign Command" there (I think) works just like the macro toolbar buttons, to assign a command directly to a button. IIRC, hardware buttons are "learned" there (on external devices) when you go into "Midi learn" mode on the device panel. So it's two different things...
1. "Learn" the message by hitting the button on the hardware ("Midi Learn")
2. Assign that button that has learned the message to a macro.
I think that's how it works anyway. Sounds like maybe a good video tutorial for Johnnie. He has a bunch of hardware controllers.
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Here's how you do it.
1) Click the External Devices tab on the mixer, and double click your controller to pull up it's map.
2) Click "Midi Learn" in S1 and learn whatever controls you want.
3) Make sure your control is marked as a "button". It won't work for a knob or fader.
4) Right click it and hit "assign command"
Then you assign whatever key command you want. Macros is a separate folder in the key command list! That's kinda cool how they incorporated it nicely into the fabric of S1. It doesn't really feel like a "add-on". It feels like what they call it... an extension. Dope.
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Mmm, this doesn't quite work right for me. Using my nocturnI can click midi learn and see 8 buttons that can be assigned yet when I assign a parameter pressing one of there nocturn buttons on the hardware doesn't do anything, yet clicking the on screen button performs the command that I assigned.
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