First I really thank you VERY much for giving me your valuable time.You’re both extremely generous. After reading this over & over, looking closely at the pictures & much fiddling around, I have determined that this is exactly what I’ve been looking to accomplish.
I’m all for simple, but I’m all ‘forer’ “correct”. I don’t mind taking a little more time to do things correctly.I also HATE learning something INCORRECTLY & having to UNLEARN it & learn it again correctly. So I REALLY appreciate YOU taking the time to get this straight for ME so I can just learn the results of your work. VERY gracious of you.Thank you.
That said, I don’t believe I’ve ever seen AT implemented as ANY CC# except 0 & that’s quite rare. Mostly AT is AT or ‘channel pressure’ or even just ‘pressure’. In 436 years I’ve been playing I’ve always thought it odd that EVERYBODY else gets a number. Not Aftertouch. It gets a made up word (SB After Touch). At least it gets an abbreviation/acronym.
When I did as RB suggested & Dave so kindly put into pictures (I love pictures…so clear & much harder for me to missunderstand), I saw that there’s a difference when the “copy” check box is well checked. The other way I didn’t see any difference at all, In fact, I wasn’t sure it was working. With the filter setup using Channel Pressure (which still shows Controller 0 grayed out) & the box checked, it’s quite easy to see that it’s working because both “Conttoller 1 - Modulation I (MSB)” AND “Channel Pressure” show up in the event list & on fhe left under ‘Channel’. VERY cool.
So the conclusion is clear. YOU GUYS ROCK!!! Thank you for all of this. I learned a GREAT deal & accomplished something I’ve been trying to accomplish for a long time. I may as well just go back to sleep. I’ve learned 2 days worth of stuff today! Woo Hooo!!
Have a GREAT day. If you’re ever in Florida, let me know. I’ll buy you a beer or an ice tea or something…