- To make sure Wave works with Logic Pro X, navigate to the top left corner of your screen to Logic Pro X → Preferences → General. A preferences window opens up.
- Navigate to "Advanced" and make sure "Show Advanced Tools" is enabled.
- In Softwave solo the function you want to map. Make sure your function has a dedicated CC number or Note.*
- A quick way to map a function to a parameter is to move the parameter you want to map. This is so Logic remembers the "last used parameter". Next navigate to Preferences → Control Surfaces and select Learn assignment for "x". You can also hit cmd+L (Mac) or ctrl+L (Windows) on your keyboard for the same result.
A window opens up.
- Another way is to navigate to Preferences → Control Surfaces → Controller Assignment. A window opens up. Select "Learn". Move a parameter in Logic to map. With "Learn" selected move to the next step.
- Depending on which of Wave's functions you are mapping, move, tap or click on Wave to make the link. Close the Controller Assignment window.
- Now De-Solo the function in Softwave. The function should be mapped to Logic Pro X.
- Repeat for other functions
* In order to map functions from Softwave to Logic Pro X you need to attach a MIDI CC number to the function.
You can assign any CC number, but make sure each function has an individual number.
Softwave uses this number to communicate with your DAW.
- PB (Pitchbend) to Tilt, Pan, Roll and Vibrato.
- Notes (C, C#, D, E, F etc.) when using the Tap function.
- Notes and Key commands/Shortcuts (cmd+T, R, f12 etc.) when using the Click function.