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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  • Will Reeves

    I have the same issue, but with a Seaboard Rise.  "Learning" the controller value is fine in many instances, but not if you can't activate the controller without activating another at the same time.  In the case of the seaboard, I can only assign the "slide" control when trying to assign "pressure"/"aftertouch".  Also being able to assign articulation control to a slider would be nice, also assigning the seaboard's "lift" to "decay" and "strike" to "attack" parameters.

    Without being to manually edit the controller number I won't be able to use the software in the way I intended and will have to look for alternatives for future purchases.

    Please, please could this be a feature request?!!

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  • Jared Greenberg

    Will and Rafael, or better yet anyone from Spitfire (how disappointing that it appears they never responded to your queries), have you figured out a way to do this for ANY of the 4 or 5 Roli expressive controls (slide, glide, etc.)? This is a great limitation that severely limits the appeal and use of Spitfire products for me, for what that's worth. But I hope I am wrong and this actually doable. Thank you!

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  • Jared Greenberg

    Okay, more specifically with regard to my comment above, it seems that with the "learn" method I can use slide = MIDI CC #74 only but none of the others (because even if I try to adjust my pressure in "learn" mode, without sliding, it still detects CC #74).

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  • Andrea Marcellan

    Hi, I'm trying to assign both volume and modulation to my AKAI MPK knobs but if I right clik and unlearn the previous CC and then right click and learn the new CC by moving the knobs on my controller, nothing happens.
    I can do the same with every single plugin, controller, knobs on my FL Studio but then if I try to do so on spitfire there is no way it works

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  • Will Reeves

    Sorry Jared, no luck and no response so I gave up. It’s a shame, and glad I didn’t spend loads on a virtual instrument only to find it unsuitable for my requirements.

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