I did that experiment, so if you take the latest video-link I sent in here, and replace the filename after the alexdatacomZIETVIDEOindexphp?video= with this: Arturia-PianoV-ReplacedWithMidiMonitors.mp4
then you may see the result of that too.
I am getting warnings for posting many links to the same domain, so this is why we have to do it the hard way, I’m sorry!
(I’m still considered a new member, and cannot post unlimited links yet)
I have updated my SUPPORT TICKET to Arturia with what you found as a result of all my tests! So I have given them a direct link to your post, as well as to this whole conversation, so that they may see the video’s and images too, if they like.
We’re half-ways to solving it - as we know what the actual BUG is now. (I will mark your post with “the solution” (that resolved the problem) as soon as we, he he, or the arturia team finds a way to fix this problem)
I found a way to do MIDI-SCRIPTING, by searching for the “RPN command FL studio” type searches on the web.
So far I found a way to move the first 50 mixer faders - to 100% or 50%, by having the script noticing when I press either note 28 or 29 on my keyboard (those are notes E1 and F1 on my keyboard)
So that script works, and I found a menu item for getting outputs from that script, similar to to the MIDI MONITOR, so by using that, and also by better understanding the script language (pyton) I will possible be able to send those two values using such a script.
By utilizing the lowest notes on the keyboard basically as "midi commands" or as a “midi controller fader/knob/button”
Then I should only have to write a script, that sees those low notes as commands, and sends the pitch/RPN command, by me inserting such a low note, as the first note in the project.
I’ll report back with any progress, or lack thereof. Soon.
If I remember correctly something I read YEARS ago, then FL is originally a step-sequencer, then it got extended to support some MIDI later, and over time grew from a simple step-sequencer and into a quite nice DAW. (I’ve been using FL since ver 5/7 so I kinda like it, and it supports most things/methods/events, but may lack some on MIDI-events, it seems)
I did search around for how to do that, on FL’s Forum, that is how I found this MIDI-Scripting stuff. I agree, it would be (or is) quite convoluted to make new scripts for your MIDI controller (as learning pyton coding is harder than learning a few MIDI CC and RPN commands)
I’ll search on, but I think that part of MIDI-pianoroll-features is yet to come in FL. As I can’t find them anywhere.