A fuzzy area I'm trying to understand is using a FaderMaster or even faders that might be built into your keyboard controller, and the question(s) I have sort of come in succession: first, as you compose, what different functions do you assign to them? I saw JunkieXL's desk in a vid and he had 4 or 5 faders on a FaderMaster marked with tape. What are some of the functions that people are using when recording parts? For instance, the most obvious I think is Expression which I think is CC11 (and I do understand the difference between that and volume, lol). SO, when I bring up Berlin Inspire, the MOD wheel does control expression (I THINK) because I see the onscreen circle respond to the Mod wheel and I hear the instrument change volume and timbre. Is that CC11, Expression? And if so but you have a fader type controller, does that mean you move CC11 to a fader on there and not use the mod wheel? I like that concept, having modifiers via CC commands being assigned to faders, and I'd like to get in that way f recording now before I form bad habits, so that's why I'm curious what are all the different things y'all assign, for those who do that now. Thanks!