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Ratio super control and multiple chained subcontrols - MIDI Designer Q&A

Ratio super control and multiple chained subcontrols

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asked Sep 16, 2019 in Advanced by gurbz (2,450 points)
I have solved this with crossfader overlap!

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In ‘options as sub’ use crossfader overlap for the sub to get the display right


In ‘options as sub’ use crossfader overlap for the sub to get the display right.

At  0.8 the subknob displays the same range as the super.
answered Sep 17, 2019 by gurbz (2,450 points)
While it's not great to have to hack this way, it's actually pretty brilliant that the math checks out. However, it's also hacks like this -- and there so many people have used -- that make it hard to change the platform. So keep going, thanks!!!
You could create a new MDP3 and leave this MDP2 available as MDP classic or MDP 2012 or whatever title? I’m sure nobody would have a problem with that. It’s like the betatesting app, it’s like having 2 MDP’s on one device. You would also have the loyality of the existing public who would buy your app anyways. 25 bucks? We ‘ve spend more on midi cables!
Yeah, back when we released MDP2, we considered various approaches to eliminating legacy problems and possibly earning better. There was also the question of keeping the amazing ratings that MD has had. It's a long story, but the end result is that MD is not getting a major overhaul soon. The good news is that MD is well-funded and will keep pace with Apple, which isn't easy in itself. These oddities of the platform that you are exploiting are staying...
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