1. In either the Track view or Console view, right-click the control or knob that you want to control externally, and choose Remote Control from the pop-up menu.The Remote Control dialog box appears.
2. If your controller sends standard MIDI messages, RPNs, or NRPNs, choose a controller (such as Wheel) with which to control your knob or control (see Remote Control dialog for more information). Also choose the MIDI channel your controller will be sending the automation data on (it doesn’t have to be the same channel that the knob or control’s track plays back on), and click OK.
3. If your controller works by sending Sysx information instead, choose options in the Sysx fields (see Remote Control dialog for more information), and click OK.
6. When you finish recording the automation, click the Stop button or press the SPACEBAR.Listen to your project and either re-record the automation, or disable each armed control by clicking the Clear All Automation Write Enables button in the Control Bar’s Mix module. You can disable remote control by right-clicking the relevant knob or fader and choosing Disable Remote Control from the pop-up menu.
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