I realise that not many people combine iCube with ProTools.
However, I'm teaching an iCube class this week to a class who know ProTools well.
Next year I'll get them onto Abelton in a different class, but for now it's ProTools.
WHAT WORKS :
By using some cc data hacked together by other people who were trying to send non-standard controllers to Protools, I've managed to get control of track volumes, pans, solos and mutes.
I can also control MIDI instruments , as it's a simple right-click MIDI-learn on the functions.
WHAT DOESN'T WORK :
My stumbling block is controlling effect PLUG-IN functions.
I've tried setting up the plug-ins as per normal automation, both separately and together with the Plug-In MAPS that are usually used to control these functions from "supported" controllers - which looks very like a MIDI-learn situation.
It just doesn't work. If it's an instrument track, I can see the sensor MIDI coming into the track , but it doesn't reach the plug-in, which is set to "Learn" Mode.
** Can anyone help ? Hopefully I'm not the only person who's ever tried this, though it would seem I'm the only one who's done so online
Here are my setup instructions, so you can see how I've got to where I am :
http://staff.cofa.unsw.edu.au/~simonhun ... ensors.pdf
Any help or advice or leads greatly appreciated!
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