Hi Rick. Apologies - I’m not 100% sure I understand. If you could elaborate that would help! In the mean time here’s some information on Dubler features that might be helpful.
Pitch Bend - Dubler takes in audio and extracts the raw pitch information. Dubler then uses this pitch information to trigger the nearest MIDI note*. MIDI notes are limited to tones on the chromatic scale. If you want greater resolution of pitch you can use pitch bend in Dubler. [Control Settings]->[Pitch]->[Pitch Bend Range]. If you increase the pitch bend range from ‘0’ Dubler will still trigger the nearest MIDI notes but also continuously output corresponding pitch bend information relative to that note. E.g. A pitch bend range of 2 will allow you to bend up/down 2 semi-tones from the note initially triggered. For this to sound right it is important pitch bend range matches the pitch bend range of whatever synth you are controlling.
MIDI Timbre - Dubler also allow you to use vocal timbre to control MIDI CC values. These are the 3 dials “AAA”, “EEE”, “OOO”. If you sing “laaaaa” it will turn up the “AAA” dial and if you sing “Doooo” it will turn up the “OOO” dial. You can map these dials through MIDI mapping to whatever effects, controls, parameters etc you want in your DAW. The dial farthest right is envelope “ENV” this outputs a continuous measure of volume so you can do things like add swell to your synths.
Hope that helps, but if not please let me know and i’ll have another stab!
All the best, George
*Ok it’s not necessarily the nearest MIDI note - this does depend a little on your settings - i.e. if you have a key fix applied this will change things.