Somewhere in my head there was this idea that a plugin in a LV2 host like Jalv, would essentially be a Jack application.
Jalv website: "It runs LV2 plugins and exposes their ports as Jack ports, essentially making any LV2 plugin function as a Jack application."
But then you launch the standalone version of Vital and it gives you the option to right click on a knob in the GUI for midi learn.
In Jalv this doesn't work. Ok, so it lacks that feature probably?
Then let's try Carla. Doesn't work. What does work is: click on the toolbox, click on parameters, search in a huge list of parameters (without search function), if you've finally found your parameter, click on the button with the 3 dots, click on midi learn. You're ready for your next parameter (* x times). Click away the toolbox.
Do your workflow math. Compare with standalone.
Do I miss something, or is this just a major drawback of (LV2) plugins?