I use Harrison Mixbus as my digital audio workstation. To be able to use the eq’s and standard built in compressor and such for any track that I select, I would have to use a Mackie controller or one that supports this. I have plenty midi controllers, but none support Mackie control. Now I caught wind of MTP and there is a clip on youtube about translating normal midi to Mackie control protocol. The youtube clip is very short and after downloading the project file and loading it in DEMO version of MTP, I could still make head nor tail of it. Now I am no expert and definately willing to put in the work, but I lack understanding of all this to be able to convert the Adobe Premiere project to my needs. I’ve read 60 pages of the manual and still find it extremely difiicult to grasp how to accomplish what I want. Now before I buy another tool (MTP in this case), which is not very expensive, in my endless search to get to where I am, I need some more insight to get on my way.
What I would like, is to translate outgoing midi messages from, for instance, my Novation Zero SL MKII to Mackie commands to fool Harrison Mixbus into thinking it is being controlled by a Mackie controller, so that regardless of the track I choose, the same rotary buttons will control EQ, compressor, panning, mute, solo and fader movement by the faders on the Zero SL MKII. How do I go about this?
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