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Your Cubase® Studio by Steve Pacey

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Using MIDI Sliders, Buttons, and Knobs with Cubase

Apart from using MIDI instruments, you can also use other MIDI devices while working with Cubase. As mentioned in Chapter 2, there are a few devices that offer mixing control surfaces, such as the Mackie HUI. These types of devices are referred to by Cubase as remote-control devices.

Setting up a remote-control device is usually accomplished from the Device Setup window (found by clicking Device Setup in the Devices menu). By clicking on the plus sign (on the top-left side of the window), a drop-down menu appears with several available remote-control devices (see Figure 4.25). As long as you are using a remote control that’s listed in Cubase, you’re ready to start using your device. If your ...

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