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Chapter 10. Editing MIDI > Creating Tempo-Based CC Data

Creating Tempo-Based CC Data

One of the really fun and very musical things that you can do with CC data in Cubase is creating tempo-based effects with MIDI instruments and MIDI-addressable effects processors. Nearly all MIDI instruments have most of their internal parameters mapped to one CC or another, and you can do a lot of creative things by changing these parameters with CC messages synched to the current tempo of the project. The Cubase Draw tool has multiple modes that make creating such tempo-based data simple.

It's up to you which parameter you want to affect, but some common ones are the cutoff frequency on a synth filter, the amount of feedback on a delay unit, and the amount of reverb applied from an effects processor. To find out which CC message changes what parameter, you need to consult the documentation that came with your MIDI device.


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