First off, apologies for the noob-ness of this post!
How do I get my mininova to act more like a vst/au in Logic? What I'm doing now is running my mininova stereo outputs into my mac's stereo input jack and capturing tracks as though they were live audio recordings. But this has obvious limitations, including the fact that I can't lay down a track in midi then go back and tweak the sound via the mininova editor. I mean, I can tweak the sound still, but then I have to re-record the hole thing. Not ideal.
If I were to get a USB interface like, say, Focusrite's Scarlett 2i4, would that allow Logic to capture editable midi notes that I can then tweak without having to rerecord? Would I be able to record a sequence with one patch then scroll through how it sounds with different mininova patches?
Thanks again! Sorry for those of you who just banged your head against the table. I have a music background, but not one in tech :)
(p.s. I'm aware that I could do some of these things with Logic's Flex Pitch, but that's kind of a pain in the butt.)