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Hi folks! Recording yourself in a comfortable environment with good acoustics is crucial - but how can you control your DAW? In this video I show how to control Cakewalk by Bandlab using an Android phone! WATCH HERE: https://youtu.be/6ndfakrS6Gw
I want to use KORG nanoKONTROL 2 in CC mode instead of Sonar/Cakewalk mode. I wanted to assign MIDI CC #1, #3, #11, etc. like modulation, expression to sliders. I had set them in KORG KONTROL Editor and wrote the data. However, nanoKONTROL 2 doesn't work at all in Cakewalk by Bandlab. I also can't use MIDI learning features in plugins. I tried that in Native Instruments' Kontakt, Spitfire Audio's BBCSO, Orchestral Tools' SINE Player, etc. Would you help me solve this problem?
I had someone reach out to me about being able to control the T-RackS Leslie Speaker VST plugin effect using their MIDI controller. I was able to put a short video together demonstrating how to use ACT (Active Controller Technology) to do this. ACT basically lets you control automation parameters through MIDI which opens up a lot of possibilities. What you run into when trying to control a plugin EFFECT is that MIDI is not necessarily available to be passed through to them so ACT is a great help to do this. One of the caveats is that the plugin you wish to control must be in focus. Another point is to record the changes you are doing through the MIDI controller you need to record the changes as AUTOMATION. I hope this is helpful as you can take this principle and carry it through to other effects and plugins. Enjoy!