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Layout: Ostinato Strings by Michel Lafontaine - MIDI Designer Q&A

Rating: SilverLayout: Ostinato Strings by Michel Lafontaine

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Rating: Silver
asked Dec 17, 2016 in Community Shares by mlafontaineca (1,600 points)
edited Dec 18, 2016 by mlafontaineca
Fun, thanks! Not sure why your screenshots are coming out so tiny. I'll replace your shot with a big one from an iPad air but... Hmmmm
I'll do it with the French showing this time ;)
Hey there: I did another screenshot (though I didn't have time to get my iPad into French)... you'll see that the Mic Mixing control is now using a Display Zero of 50%. Thanks!

P.S. Congrats, silver!
Thanks Dan for silver!
For Display Zero of 50% I don't think it's the best way to display. In Ostinato Strings we can choose up to two microphones and this this control is for mixing the two microphones. On the far right we have only one mic (100%) and on the far left the other one (100%). In the middle a mix 50%-50%. I don't know if we can display (100%left-50%center-100%right)?
P.S. It's very cool that we can hide a controller behind an image and that this controller is always active like the controllers behind the Chord voicings section. Congratulations Dan for this great App.
Yes! With named ticks you could do this easily... you could call them -1, 0, 1 and then also call them "100% - left" etc.

Thanks, I will try.
I uploaded a new version with the Mic mixing change. I hope it's OK
Nice. I uploaded a new screenshot. If there is a new version: Let's call the new version 1.0, and then increase by .1 from there. Congrats and nice mod, very creative use of Named Ticks.