Just solved the Cubase / DAW issue about using chord pads.
Once you opened Analog Lab in your DAW (Cubase in my case) start pressing your Arturia Keylab PADs and WATCH ON THE LITTLE BLUE SCREEN the corresponding MIDI channel.. In my case the Arturia Keylab49 shows:
"Ch: 10" when pressing pads.
This means that all the chord pads are assigned to Channel 10.
So when using Cubase or other DAW, just open a MIDI track assigned to Analog Lab, set MIDI channel as "10" both on the MIDI track and on Analog Lab plugin and you are ready to use "Chord Pads".
I think this is a smart solution by Arturia team to avoid MIDI note conflicts. So when you want to use the pads as a single note, just choose MIDI channel between 1-9 on your DAW.. when you want to use "CHORD PADS", just set MIDI Channel 10 on your Arturia Lab plugin and the related MIDI track.