How do I reassign a fader on the Spitfire interface?

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  • Bruno Tommasini

    Hi, I have installed Original Epic Brass and Woodwind and Epic String and I have a question: I have a MIDI controller (it run well) and I would like to reassign the Reverb fader on Spitfier GUI. The original is CC#19 and I would like to change to CC#20. Then I remove midi automation CC#19, Learn midi CC#20 and fader on my midi controller is now associate to reverb and it seems to be all right then I close my DAW (Cakewalk by bandlab)

    When I open DAW and open Epic String or Epic brass...  the MIDI control on fader reverb is the original CC#19.

    It seems to be not able to save the new set (CC#20)

    Any suggest?

    best regards

    Bruno from Italy

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  • Walter Everton

    When you make the change try saving that instrument as a new preset and then save the project. That would be my first guess as to how to save the CC change. 

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  • Bruno Tommasini

    Hi Walter, Thanks you very much for your answer.

    I save the project on my DAW (without save preset) and the reverb CC#20 is saved too.

    Save preset seems to be has no effect.

    Every time I open Epic String in a new project, reverb MIDI CC is 19 and I need to learn MIDI CC#20 for assign my fader.

    It is not a problem and I will do it but I think best solution will be Epic String (and other) save new CC#xx permanently.

    Best regards

    Bruno from Italy

     

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  • Rafael A. A. Merlo

    I need to input the numbers manually because I use Roli Seaboard BLOCKS as a controller and it has no faders, but MPE.

    How can I write the MIDI CC instead of moving a non-existant fader?

     

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