Gig Performer | Use host automation rather than MIDI to control plugin parameters
Gig Performer is a cross-platform (Mac/Windows) audio plugin host for both live performance and session musicians (keyboard players, guitarists, singers, drummers) looking for an intuitive fast and flexible VST/AU plugin hosting environment for their software synths and effects.
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Use host automation rather than MIDI to control plugin parameters

Use host automation rather than MIDI to control plugin parameters

If you’re trying to control a plugin parameter directly from your physical hardware, you may be tempted to use the plugin’s MIDI mechanism, possibly because that’s all that was available to you before you started using Gig Performer.

However if you’re using Gig Performer, you will generally want to avoid direct MIDI control of plugin parameters and you should always use the plugin’s host automation support and associate plugin parameters with Gig Performer widgets.

If your goal is to control a plugin parameter from a slider or knob on a physical controller, you will do this by associating a Gig Performer widget with the desired plugin parameter and associating your physical slider or knob with the Gig Performer widget.

Please refer to the Gig Performer Getting Started guide or the full User Manual for more information.

 

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