Thanks! I have started to use the Step editor recently for a 'Cubase-lite' way of seeing multiple cc lanes, and a bit with region based in the arrange window as well. The trick though is being able to switch between midi channels on one track. I used to do some tracks with instruments playing on a variety of midi channels. Generally drum tracks where I'm wanting to combine various Kontakt instruments and have, say, that part of the percussion section easily held in one track, but I guess I wasn't using as much cc data then, because I don't remember dealing with this issue that much... At any rate, when I do this now and want to switch between which midi channel I'm working on in the track, the only way I can see to reliably do that is click on an event (note, etc) that is on that midi channel. at that point it will show cc data for that channel. It just doesn't seem to be set up logically for cc data streams on multiple channels, so that's why I'm wondering if people tend to do it on separate tracks.
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