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Logic Pro: Assigning Volume to external MIDI controller
I’m rubbish and quite new at anything complex MIDI. I was wondering if it was possible to assign the volume in logic to a particular knob etc externally.
Here’s what I want:
I have a korg micro key air (amazing amazing but on a separate note Bluetooth not working with iPad, works with android phone….)
It has pitch and mod wheels. I can Connect also a korg nano kontrol by plugging both into Amazon usb splitter thing then that through the Apple usb adapter. Hopefully this is ok
So when controlling strings and things I would like to be able to manually control volume while playing chords. I want to assign volume to either the mod wheel on the micro keys or a control on the nano control so I can do swells and fades and just control orchestral stuff nicely as I play
I have no idea how to do this. Was googling but it’s so specific
I remembered as I typed there’s MIDI… uhh… what’s it called… MIDI learn. Do you need this to do what I want as I can’t see how to assign a specific control and don’t know if logic can. Thank you