So I am able to send MIDI info to various channels of an single instance of SurferEQ2 that is an Audio track. I have one MIDI track sending to Channel 1, but I want a second MIDI track sending to Channel 2 of said SurferEQ2 instance to process (certain EQ nodes) on said audio track with side-chaining of slightly different pitch info.
Everything implies that this is both doable and an intended capability, but how do I have certain EQ nodes corresponding to specific side-chain input channels (respective to their MIDI tracks)? In other words, how do I have MIDI track A (that is side-chaining to Channel 1 on SurferEQ) control certain EQ nodes and also have MIDI track B (that is side-chaining to Channel 2 on SurferEQ) control other EQ nodes in the same SurferEQ 2 instance?
It seems that either channel controls all of the EQ nodes, and I don’t see any way to specify which EQ nodes should be controlled by which specific channel(s).