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HELLO GREGOR!!! I watch you use Atom SQ in your videos, how do you deal with this shortcoming?

I've posted about this early on and am surprised after 9 months there has been no fix or discussion. Maybe I'm missing something so I would love to have a straight up answer on this. Apologies in advance if I'm unaware of a fix but I want to use this as a midi controller OUTSIDE of Studio One.

The pitch bend buttons and aftertouch messages from the pads are not on the same midi channel. I have not found any way to change either one. Why is this? At a minimum, they should all track the midi channel assigned to the pads. This should be a simple fix if flexible channel assignments are not possible.

Why would I NOT want to use aftertouch when playing the pads on channel 1 so I can use pitch bend? Why would I NOT want to use the pitch bend when playing the pads on channel 10 so I can use aftertouch? Channel 10 is typically the drum channel, who is using aftertouch on drums?

I don't understand why ATOM SQ was designed this way and remains unfixed going on a year. :shock:

Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Intel I5-8400 with 8 Gb DDR4 / 16 Gb Optane, Steinberg UR12, Atom SQ, Launchpad X, Lightpad M Blocks, Studio One 5, Unify
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by jonemery on Tue Sep 28, 2021 3:23 pm
I guess I'm the only person trying to using Atom SQ as a midi controller without using S1? This is the default midi mode when not connected to S1 or Live. Such a shame, a nice controller with an inexplicable design flaw that seems like it could be easily remedied.

Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Intel I5-8400 with 8 Gb DDR4 / 16 Gb Optane, Steinberg UR12, Atom SQ, Launchpad X, Lightpad M Blocks, Studio One 5, Unify

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