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Old 02-12-2006, 06:02 PM
TimNielsen TimNielsen is offline
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Default MIDI controller for ProTools plugin control...

Does anyone know if you can use something like an Evolution UC33e or a Berhringer B-Control MIDI controller, to control plugin parameters in ProTools.

I had a command 8, which worked well, but got rid of it. But does a device have to support HUI mode to support controlling plugins?

I'm looking for a simple MIDI controller that will allow me more control over plugins.

It seems to be possible with every other single audio application ever made, but not ProTools. Or am I wrong?

Tim
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