I’m not sure about this, but I think you NEED Duplex for the faders to move, since Duplex is responsible for sending signals to the BCF…
Oh then i must have missed something in the options
Maybe the Effect application does too much?
Its the native renoise gainer, i want to control the gain (just to test, later id like to do it on distortion and other stuff)
no its really cool whatd going on with these layouts, pause, play etc… the most important feature though would be assigning the hardware faders to software faders in renoise and have either one move accordingly to the other
and no, one would not be enough, it was just what i wanted to get working, since i figured then i can go on with all the other stuff.
i just came here to ask if its even possible to do, so that i dont try my luck against the laws of physics…
anyways i dont think i can get it to work. did you start it in standard emulation mode? (check the modes from the big post if you dont know what i mean http://duc.avid.com/archive/index.php/t-253409.html))
Is it ok if im only connected through USB?
Do i need to set the BCF as out device in the midi clock master settings (additional to in device)?
Do i need to activate the nrpn in duplex?
I have no clue about these things…
€dit: oh man i just got SOMETHING to work. when i enter the the midi section of an instrument and put in the BCF as IN and OUT i can record fader movement in the pattern section(it records in pattern effects), and it gives a return signal THE FADERS DO MOVE!. sadly the fader does nothing at this point except for moving (doesnt control anything) and when i assign it to a effect (such as a gainer - gain) it does nothing again. sadly i cant take a screenshot of this setup because renoise seems to copy some crazy code when i press the print scren button (and i dont know how to do it otherwise)