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  • Segejee
    Posts: 261
    Joined: Nov 10th, 2006, 11:49
    On/off switch
    just wanna create an on/off switch to control volume faders for custom db and on/off for effect parameter controls. I forgot how to do this. For instance using an on/off for the feedback on a delay. i.e. where off is at 0% feedback and on is at 50% feedback. or off is at no db and on is at 0db volume and then automating it for midi button or key control. Logic 9 user.
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: On/off switch
    Hi K1, What have you got so far? Would to be great to work on what you've already started... 1. Cable the channel strip to a monitor object and move the Delay parameter to see what midi message is being sent. 2. Next create a fader (button style) and assign it's output parameters values to the parameters of the MIDI values you wish to control. (from 1. above) 3. Set the button's Range to 0_1 4. Create 2 transformers. Cable from the button to transformer 1 and from transformer 1 to 2. From transformer 2 to the channel strip you want to control. 5. Double-click on the 1st transformer and set Data Byte 2's Conditions to = 0 and Operations 'Fix' to whatever value you wish OFF state to be. 6. Double-click on the 2nd transformer and set the DB2 conditions to = 1 and the Operations to 'Fix' to whatever value you wish ON state to be. 7. Hit the button and it should work great. Hope that helps R
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