OK. I'm back...
Let's say you setup your arpeggiator already...
- Create a monitor object and cable it to the arp object.
- In the Inspector make sure the Icon for the Monitor is enabled.
- Create a new track in the Arrange area and assign it to this monitor.
- The Arpeggiator can be controlled by other Control Change faders (which we're not going to do here) or by CC values placed on the Monitor track.
- Set the Arpeggiator's Controller Base to a number. e.g. set it to 1.
- In the Inspector for the Arpeggiator the "Direction' Parameter is controlled byt the first no. you set in the Controller Base, i.e.
CC , Ch 1, Num 1, Value... well there are a possible of 7 values so you'll need to set a value between 0-6 later on...
- Each subsequent paramater, e.g.
- Key Limit
is controlled by a subsequent controller number.
So, velocity = CC, Ch 1, Num 2.
Key Limit (lower value) = CC, Ch 1, Num 3.
Key Limit (higher value) = CC, Ch 1, Num 4.
- Now create a blank region on the Monitor track and open the Event List.
- Change mode to "Create' in the Event list. Move the playhead to where you want to make a change to the arpeggiator.
- Click on the Controller button in the Event List and change the numbers to suit. (Remember to set the value appropriately!)
- Repeat for all aspects of arp you want to automate....
personally, I like to create Text faders with the correct CC values and cable the monitor object to those faders and each fader is cabled to the Arpeggiator. That way you can get some visual feedback as to what elements of the arp are begin changed.
Hope this helps