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Old 09-17-2022, 09:17 PM
Dennisf Dennisf is offline
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Default Groovecell: Midi cc should affect focused pad!!

Hi everyone,
Recent convert from 25 years of Cubase lol.. need a lil help here. After assigning a midi cc to control cutoff or res... why in the name of everything holy isn’t this assignment controlling whatever pad I’ve tapped into focus? The midi cc seems to be hard programmed to a particular pad...ugh wth? Also we need a choice of “pad follows midi note” with the pad being highlighted or even when that choice is off the last touched pad should be highlighted and in focus. The way it is now is like a workflow killer for me for not being instantly gratifying and easy to mangle sounds quickly. Feature request please!

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