Control your Neural DSP plugins by using your MIDI devices!
Create 2 tracks, let's call them A and B.
Track A, should be an audio track for your instrument.
Drag and drop your favorite Neural DSP plugin from the AU/VST2/VST3 folder in the fx list onto that track. And please make sure "IN" is selected for monitoring the sound of track A. Track B, should be a MIDI track. On that track, with the settings on the right, there's a drop-down menu that says "No Output". Click on that and select that Audio track you had created earlier (track A).
The drop-down menu underneath that should say the name of your plugin. If you have other plugins also loaded in your chain, you may select the one you wish to control by just clicking on the drop-down list and selecting it.
Please make sure Track B is armed. Now your plugin in track A should be receiving MIDI information and is now a "MIDI-Controlled effect". This means, on your Neural DSP plugin window, you may right-click on any button, knob or pedal on the screen and map it to any of the MIDI devices you have hooked up to your computer.
You could even use this as a way to pre-program your changes to any song you wish to perform, so all you would have to focus on is playing and looking like a wizard, while your computer will read and make all changes based on the MIDI information you will have saved to Track B.
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