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Old 12-07-2018, 03:24 PM
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Default MIDI Keyboard for EWQLSO

Hi,

I'm using EWQLSO Gold, and symphonic choirs.
I think that I don't use them very well, I'd like to use controllers, CC1, CC7 and CC11 to make my music more realistic.
Actually I hace a Studiologic Numa, but I'd like to change my keyboard.

Which one would you advice to use with East West products ?
I prefer 88 keys.

I think I need some sliders to activate controllers.

Thanks for your advices
Alexandre (from France)
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Old 12-08-2018, 01:54 PM
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Do you have a price-range in mind?
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Default MIDI Keyboard for EWQLSO

I just got a MIDI keyboard and it works fine but i dont kno how to assign different sounds to different keys, assign effect parameters to the knobs, sliders etc..

ive read the manual and still cant do it
anybody know how??

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Since your EW program, like all others, react to midi commands. you have to know how to send those commands from your keyboard. The problem is that different keyboards do it their own way. I would suggest you try and find out more about your particular keyboard at their support site or forum.
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In the player tab in Play Right click on the knobs you want to control - Click "Midi learn" and then move the knob on your keyboard/Midi device up and down. You can also do this in most DAW's.
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