How to Use quick controls for tactile adjustments Cubase 7


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Using quick controls for tactile adjustments

Mixing and automating with a mouse is not always ideal. It is hard to replace the feeling of moving an actual fader or knob. Many MIDI controllers now come with at least one or several faders, knobs, or something as common as a modulation wheel. We can quickly integrate these into Cubase for automation. Let's take a look. Let's go up to Devices > Device Setup, head here to Remote Devices and Quick Controls. Make sure that under MIDI inputted reads, all MIDI inputs. For now, the output is irrelevant. For our case, I'm going to use the modulation wheel and one fader. The easiest way to do this is click on the first control name, QuickControl 1, click Learn.

And now on your controller move the fader or modulation wheel in my case. You can see down here that media activity is being received by Cubase. There's my Mod Wheel. Let's go to QuickControl 2, click Learn and let's move a fader, and there it is. Now click Apply and OK. Let's use the Mod W...

Using quick controls for tactile adjustments
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Using quick controls for tactile adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Pieter Schlosser as part of the Up and Running with Cubase 7

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Audio + Music
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