MetaModule custom range for user controllers

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jbw
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MetaModule custom range for user controllers

Post by jbw » Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:01 am

A small request:

The ability to set up custom ranges for user controllers in the MetaModule. For example:

You want to limit the user controller that controls a filter frequency to the low end of the spectrum. This feature would then let you set the minimum and maximum values of the user controller assigned to the filter frequency, say a range from 0-2000.

Why?

Because it would allow users to isolate specific ranges they wanted to use for the user controllers, and help to customize their MetaModules further. It would in essence help make MetaModules more unique, and help distinguish it from other MetaModule instruments and effects. Plus it would make them a little bit easier to control, by eliminating unwanted values in the controller.

Hopefully that all makes sense! :D

jbw
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Re: MetaModule custom range for user controllers

Post by jbw » Sun Sep 25, 2016 9:29 am

I noticed the Sound2Control module has minimum and maximum controllers, to set the range. That's the type of thing I'm talking about. Maybe it could be set in the same window where you choose the user controller and name it, you could put a minimum and maximum slider there to set the controller's range.

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queries
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Re: MetaModule custom range for user controllers

Post by queries » Sun Sep 25, 2016 7:34 pm

MultiCtl also has ability to limit range of its outputs. Might try putting some inside the multimodule to set limits on the actual controls you want to manipulate, then expose the multictl controllers via the metamodule's user defined controllers.

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Re: MetaModule custom range for user controllers

Post by jbw » Sun Sep 25, 2016 9:12 pm

queries wrote:MultiCtl also has ability to limit range of its outputs. Might try putting some inside the multimodule to set limits on the actual controls you want to manipulate, then expose the multictl controllers via the metamodule's user defined controllers.
That works, thanks.

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