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Maintain the different volume levels whilst still raising and lowering both simultaneously with a supercontrol - MIDI Designer Q&A

Maintain the different volume levels whilst still raising and lowering both simultaneously with a supercontrol

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asked Jan 7, 2022 in Advanced by jkhiser (16,080 points)
edited Jan 7, 2022 by jkhiser
This is fantastic: amazing hack!

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Simplification #1


Thinking about it overnight, this can be simplified.

We only need two up steppers (and two down).  They can be shared by the different up increment knobs.  The number of steps up (or down) is controlled by the number of ticks in the knob.  For an even number of steps, assign both steppers (e.g., 10 = both steppers and 6 ticks0, one stepper for an odd number of increments.  (Added +/- 7 for the odd case.)

Other settings as above.
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answered Jan 7, 2022 by jkhiser (16,080 points)
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Scrubber solution


This is the simplest, may work for want you need.  I just find the scrubbers are a little touchy, but they might work for what you need.  Maybe should have started with this and avoided the more complicated versions.

The scrubbers can be unintuitive, since the up scrubber pushes the main controls up whether operated up or down, similar for down scrubber.

The steppers can be hidden in play, or left visible to nudge up or down by one.  And you could combine with the solutions above for precise +10, etc adjustments.

All this needs is two steppers, one for up, one for down, with the no-wrap option.

Add knob supercontrol for the steppers.

And turn off midi receive for the controls above.

I would think that reducing the number of ticks should slow the scrubber action, making more precise, but doesn't work that way.

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answered Jan 7, 2022 by jkhiser (16,080 points)
edited Jan 7, 2022 by jkhiser
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