Only if your DAW or software instrument can make use of the pitch wheel info that is sent out from MG2 in some way. If you open the MIDI Monitor in MG2, have some bend range assigned, pick a note a bend it, you’ll see a note on value (which note is being played) and some pitch wheel numbers indicating how much your note is being pitch-altered (bent up or down). Those actual numbers are not in themselves sent to your DAW, but instead, a message describing the relationship between the bent note and the starting note. If I open MIDI Monitor in Abelton for instance, I can see that relationship as “pitch bend” FLOW. Pitch bend info isn’t a CC, that you can use for expression control for instance.