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[Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 12 Sep 2012, 12:02
by Marxon
Hi everyone!

Maybe this feature gets available in the future but
but if you like to use it allready,
I have wrote a little workaround guide.

Guide.pdf
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Best regards
Marxon

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 09:50
by BennyB
It's is a great guide, It might open up possibilities, for controllerists.

Question: How much do they use from CPU? Is it noticable?

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 10:03
by Marxon
Hi DzsoniB,

thanks :biggrin:

DzsoniB wrote: It might open up possibilities, for controllerists.

Thats true. Everybody shoudt feel free to post how they use multi mapped controllers.

DzsoniB wrote:Question: How much do they use from CPU? Is it noticable?

I did not notice any slowdowns.

Best regrads
Marxon

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 11:13
by UncleVibes
The Cross lemur app also use loopmidi... No signifiant extra latency.

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 14:11
by gamierge
Many thanks for the guide. :biggrin:

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 14 Sep 2012, 16:50
by BennyB
I always wanted to set my crossfader to the bi filters, like filter crossfader.

But for this, the next vesrion of Cross should have a Bi-filter mode with less resonance, and full filtering, like on Pioneer mixers.

I will also try to map the CF to control the low-pass filter. I'll put up demos :)

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2012, 17:22
by Marxon
Hi all,

DzsoniB wrote:I always wanted to set my crossfader to the bi filters, like filter crossfader.
But for this, the next vesrion of Cross should have a Bi-filter mode with less resonance, and full filtering, like on Pioneer mixers.
I will also try to map the CF to control the low-pass filter. I'll put up demos :)


Yeah man! Sounds usefull :up:
It seems you understood the mapping concept :cool: :biggrin: :cool:

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2012, 20:50
by daniel clark
:cool: have seen a couple of postings from both of you gentlemen along the lines of MIDI mapping and will greatly appriciate your expertise when the time comes,, :cool: glad to know that good assistance is availble :cool: :cool: :!:

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 16 Sep 2012, 11:15
by BennyB
Sorry I can't hear you :D I'm too busy tweaking controller mappings :D

I'm just kidding. Guys like us, are always useful :D

Re: [Tutorial] Mapping controllers multiple times

PostPosted: 21 Sep 2012, 02:28
by Marxon
daniel clark wrote::cool: have seen a couple of postings from both of you gentlemen along the lines of MIDI mapping and will greatly appriciate your expertise when the time comes,, :cool: glad to know that good assistance is availble :cool: :cool: :!:


Thank you for this nice words daniel!