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one CC to another CC, the entire range of 0 -127.

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one CC to another CC, the entire range of 0 -127.

Post by ben_blue » Wed Sep 21, 2005 9:37 pm

ok so im doing some kick ass shit with bomes, some of which was even HARDER with plogue!

my big thing now is...i want to simply translate CC 1 to CC 2, but they only correlate on the value level.

so if i wanted CC 2 to completely react to every value of my knob sending CC1, id have to enter 128 lines of translation?

ill be shocked if theres a waya round it...maybe variables?
i dont know how to use them...


to clarify, i can make
bb 6f 00 translate to BB 70 00
but i also want bb 6f 00 through bb 6f 7f to translate to BB 70 00 through BB 70 7F.

tell me i can with variables :D

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Post by florian » Wed Sep 21, 2005 9:51 pm

Surprise! There are the variables "oo", "pp", and so on. So you can do your thing easily by just entering
INPUT: BB 6F pp
OUTPUT:BB 70 pp

Btw, the "Help" button in Edit Translator has a quick reference available.

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Post by ben_blue » Wed Sep 21, 2005 9:59 pm

sweet!

but how do i know what the variables mean - i saw the quick help - maybe im thick.

but how would i have known PP = "full range" or something liek that...
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Post by florian » Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:05 pm

no you're right, the quick help is not sufficient to explain the concept.

For the incoming message, the variable is like a "catch all". The variable will be set to the actual incoming value.

For the outgoing message, the variable will be replaced with its value.

The next version will have ways to restrict, inspect and modify variables.

Later,
Florian

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