A quick experiment shows that it does change the articulation ID's attached to the CC events, as in previous versions of Logic. It just doesn't update the display. So, looks like a bug.Yes I noted about that earlier in the thread. It might be a bug or It might be intentional as I saw comments in one of their release notes about not sending key switches for cc events. It really sure, it’s kind of half baked and unclear now though
Thanks for clarifying all this to all of you. Seems like there's still a lot of room to improove the system for you 3rd party guys !It seems that the "Capsule" comments go to a dead end.
Dewdman42, please try to optimize your posts and their contents - it will be more easy to follow your ideas. Thanks.
Heinigoldstein, thanks for your "on the fly" details.
I contacted Tobias from OT a long time ago after they released Capsule. Our conversation was about Articulation Maps and their "On the Fly" compatibility.
The "Articulation Maps" concept is locked: i.e you can program up to 4 KS embedded into a Map (say Sus+Stacc+Trem+Pizz) but it is a pre-designed custom decision programing which is locked into the Maps (Art Set).
The "Capsule" goal is a simultaneous KS (chord) real time triggering which enables the correspondent Groups in the KSP script.
This is not possible in the current Logic factory Art Sets technology. I may say that it requires a special programing...
Agreed that Cubase's articulation maps are a pain. It's a cumbersome, half-baked, buggy feature, and as a Cubase user, I'm surprised when articulation maps are a reason that people choose Cubase.I for one would like to thank @babylonwaves for their articulation sets. Works great for my simple use cases! Hope they support Red Room Audio in the future (or I suppose I could make my own).
I tend to prefer Logic’s approach to Cubase’s articulation maps (which to me were a pain to setup and use).
thanks @5Lives - appreciated. I'll keep your Red Room Audio request in mind
When you refer to Cubase's "articulation maps", are you meaning their "expression maps"?Agreed that Cubase's articulation maps are a pain. It's a cumbersome, half-baked, buggy feature, and as a Cubase user, I'm surprised when articulation maps are a reason that people choose Cubase.
Now if Logic had disabled tracks, I'd probably switch back.
@Craig Allen -It sounds like Logic's articulations features still have bugs.
Cubase's EMaps have more bugs?
(I say this as someone just beginning to explore both programs. Ease of use in this arena affects my purposes and choice of SW).